Our blockchain forensic services integrate traditional investigation methods, open-source intelligence, and digital forensics to examine blockchain transactions, including cryptocurrencies, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), smart contracts and Web3. This process aims to attribute real-world identities to the wallets and accounts involved in transactions, to support criminal investigations, prosecution, and potential asset recovery.

Our team can assist you in tracking and tracing virtual assets, such as cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), across various blockchains. Our goal is to follow the money to recover your crypto assets in the event of blockchain asset fraud or theft. We achieve this by linking, where possible, the source and destination addresses of the transactions to real-world activities by de-anonymising the inputs and outputs of specific transactions.
 
Upon completion of the investigation, we will provide a comprehensive forensics report that you can present to law enforcement and crypto exchanges to serve as evidence in court proceedings and to facilitate the recovery of your crypto assets.
 
Our blockchain forensics typically fall within three categories: proactive, reactive, and monitoring.
 
Proactive Blockchain Forensics focuses on due diligence and risk analysis. Our team will explore, identify, track, and trace cryptocurrency addresses, accounts, wallets, and their transactions to uncover any suspicious activity and relationships between various entities. This can be a one-time investigation or an ongoing Monitoring of cryptocurrency addresses, accounts, wallets, and their transactions.
 
Reactive Blockchain Forensics is performed after the fact, where we will help you track and trace blockchain transactions to attribute real-world identities to the wallets involved.
 
Our investigations include all blockchain-related fraud and theft, including Investment, giveaway,  pump & dump, ICO (Initial Coin Offering), airdrop, crypto mining, phoney job offer, dark web, donation, NFT (Non-Fungible Token),  DeFi (Decentralised Finance), romance (Pig Butchering) scams as well as Ponzi schemes, sextortion, ransomware, rug pulls, fake coin listings, private key and seed phrase theft, phishing and secondary recovery scams where victims are contacted by the "fraud department", asking for more money with the promise that they will return the funds from the first scam etc.
 
We can help you with a comprehensive forensic analysis for identifying and attributing real-world identities to the wallets involved in blockchain transactions.
 

Tecleo Data Recovery and Digital Forensics lab - Blockchain Forensic Investigation Services