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The sales team responsible for the assigned regional customers is driven by our mission to make the world a safer place by tracking and investigating activities that involve cryptocurrency like human trafficking, terrorist financing, and money-laundering. We’re experts on the “why” and the “how” with deep relationships and knowledge of navigating government sales processes.Sales Director...

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Chainalysis is a blockchain analysis company that provides solutions for cryptocurrency investigation and compliance. Its services are designed to help government agencies, regulators, and businesses ...

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Chainalysis provides global law enforcement agencies, regulators, and businesses with cryptocurrency investigation and compliance solutions to help them collaborate and combat illegal cryptocurrency activities. With the support of prominent venture capital firms such as Benchmark, Chainalysis creates confidence in blockchains.

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Company Legal Name: Chainalysis, Inc.

Year Founded: 2014

HQ Location: 43 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10010, USA

HQ Timezone: America/New_York

Alexa US Rank: 48,986

Alexa Global Rank: 63,426

Total Employees: 930

Total $ Raised: 536,600,000

Estimated Annual Revenue: $100M-$250M

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@NijjarSandra @gronager @jony_levin Thanks for flagging. We've shared this with our team. In the meantime, you can share any other information you wish to share about the suspicious activity with us at media@chainalysis.com.

22nd Mar 23 @ 19:23 0 0 0

Learn how our research and development team accounted for Solana’s defining characteristics to build out a robust knowledge graph of the #blockchain and make investigation and #compliance workflows more intuitive and fundamentally trusted. https://t.co/0lnw94IxAl

22nd Mar 23 @ 18:59 2 9 31

RT @ParisBlockWeek: With her expertise in European policy, Janet Ho, Head of EU Policy at @chainalysis is well-positioned to navigate the r…

22nd Mar 23 @ 17:27 0 1 0

@NijjarSandra @gronager @jony_levin We would never notify you regarding lost funds. If you get a message like this, please report it to your local law enforcement.

22nd Mar 23 @ 16:24 1 0 0

🎧This week on the Public Key podcast, @MikeSeligEsq crypto and #web3 lawyer at @WillkieFarr joins @IanAndrewsDC to help demystify the ever-changing landscape of USA regulations and #cryptocurrency. https://t.co/cBOeIldXrj https://t.co/e7WXIrcuxg

21st Mar 23 @ 15:13 1 3 10

Chainalysis is grateful for the collaborative efforts of CNMF and industry partners at the Crypto & Blockchain Summit. By working together, we can better defend against malicious cyber actors and pursue shared solutions to protect our networks. #BuildingTrustInBlockchains https://t.co/iH6ddBxvjn

20th Mar 23 @ 14:25 0 5 8

On the latest episode of Know Your Crypto Compliance, Head of Sanctions Strategy Andrew Fierman shares why you can’t use #crypto to evade sanctions. 📺 https://t.co/NcvX4xdlEa https://t.co/AHr9CcrSC1

18th Mar 23 @ 19:41 2 1 10

ICYMI 👉 @HalbornSecurity COO @dschwed joined the Public Key podcast to go over everything we need to know about smart contract audits and why #blockchain projects shouldn’t solely be relying on these audits as part of their cyber security functions. https://t.co/dPuWue6X4W https://t.co/GbZaSkVALR

17th Mar 23 @ 21:26 0 2 3

100 ETH stolen in Monday's #Euler Finance hack have moved to an address associated with a previous hack carried out by #NorthKorea-linked actors. This may mean the Euler hack is the work of #DPRK too, or could be misdirection by other hackers. We'll share more details as possible https://t.co/5QPphNTyYY https://t.co/DxvGsc90Z8

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