Harpie, the crypto security solutions provider, has announced the launch of its new enterprise tool, the Background Check API. This API provides previously inaccessible data about Ethereum addresses involved in suspicious activity, allowing crypto projects and platforms to enhance security and prevent users from interacting with scammers.

With crypto scams becoming a billion-dollar industry, it is crucial to protect users from thefts and hacks. Harpie’s Background Check API aims to bring peace of mind to users by providing critical tools to build secure and scam-free crypto experiences.

The API offers human-readable security analysis of transactions, addresses, and contracts, and provides security recommendations based on the data. It tracks the latest attack vectors and has data on over 2 million known cyber criminals, honeypot addresses, and NFT wash traders.

Revoke.Cash, a popular security tool that helps users prevent common crypto scams, is already utilizing Harpie’s Background Check API to power its platform’s data logs and provide users with important information before they sign allowances.

In addition to the Background Check API, Harpie has also launched the Address Scanner, a free tool for individuals to scan Ethereum addresses for suspicious or malicious activity. This tool examines the transaction history of a specific address, checks it against databases of known criminals, and analyzes transaction patterns.

Developers building Web3 solutions or platforms can use the Background Check API to run background checks on up to 3000 addresses daily for $450 per month. Custom API packages are also available for enterprises that want to integrate the API into their platform code.

Harpie is focused on empowering crypto traders to defend themselves against crypto theft. The company has built an advanced on-chain firewall that monitors users’ crypto wallets and prevents malicious transactions. Backed by prestigious Web3 venture capitalists and crypto platforms, Harpie aims to eliminate the threat of theft on blockchains.