Iron Man’s Jarvis may have gone to become the Vision in Avengers 2, but part of the AI program is around to analyze the blockchain.
Introducing a new visual platform to analyze the blockchain, Coinanalytics has announced the arrival of Jarvis. The creation is the newest offering from Coinanalytics, which builds tools to help users analyze and discover insights from the blockchain. With many financial firms reviewing how they can integrate blockchain technology within their own businesses to bring more efficiency to payment and data transfers, Coinanalytics’ tools can be viewed as a solution to monitor potential blockchain applications from financial institutions.
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For potential users, Jarvis provides a visual front-end for analyzing how transfers took place across the blockchain. With the pseudonymous nature of bitcoins, analyzing the blockchain allows users to view whether the origin of any bitcoin transfers came from a source that has been identified to have been malicious.
Expected to officially launch next month to select partners, Jarvis operates on top of the Coinanalytics back-end. Included are filtering tools to view transactions by volume or time, entity clustering to discover whether unconnected transactions are in fact related, and an ‘animated transaction flow’ feature that shows how funds move over time.