Blockchain Security Firm SlowMist Teams Up with Go+ Security

SlowMist recently revealed that they’re working cooperatively with Go+ Security in order to help secure the future of Web3.

The main goal of this cooperation is “to exchange data.”

SlowMist will provide Go+ Security with their malicious address data of EVM tokens (mostly on ETH and BNB networks) and Go+ security’s malicious address data “will be added to [theirs].”

SlowMist AML Malicious Address Library “utilizes open source data, blockchain honeypots, artificial intelligence, as well as information provided by [their] clients and partners to extract reliable anti-money laundering data in real time.”

This database reportedly “includes information from: Ransomware, Stolen Crypto, Ponzi, Phishing, Darknet market, Sanction entity.”

Currently, this database contains information from more than 100,000 different sources, and “supports addresses from BTC, ETH, EOS, XRP, TRX, USDT.”

As noted in the update, Go+ is working as the “security data layer” for web3, “striving to build”everyone’s security tool” by providing open, permissionless, user-driven Security Services.”

Go+ security engine “covers Multi-chain with Multidimensional risk detection for both crypto projects and ordinary users, making a safer Chain Ecosystem.”

As mentioned in the announcement, Go+ has “developed a complete, dynamic, and automated security detecting platform, including token detection, NFT detection, real-time risk warning, dApp contract security, and interaction security, and there are more under planning.”

As covered, SlowMist is a blockchain security firm “established in January 2018.”

The firm was “started by a team with over ten years of network security experience to become a global force.”

Their goal is “to make the blockchain ecosystem as secure as possible for everyone.”

They claim to be a “renowned” international blockchain security firm that has worked on various well-known projects “such as Huobi, OKX, Binance, imToken,, Amber Group, Klaytn, EOS, 1inch, PancakeSwap, TUSD, Alpaca Finance, MultiChain, O3Swap, etc.”

By delivering a comprehensive security solution customized to individual projects, they “can identify risks and prevent them from occurring.”

Their team was able “to find and publish several high-risk blockchain security flaws.”

By doing so, they “could spread awareness and raise the security standards in the blockchain ecosystem.”

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