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We track Bitcoin and Ethereum in cybercrime cases and investigate the scammers.

What is Crypto-Tracing?

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We have been active in crypto since 2016 and work in the IT sector.

Unfortunately, we fell for a crypto scam and felt helpless. The authorities and the police could not really help us. So we have taken care of it ourselves and and tracked the transactions. We have invested a lot of time and energy and have immersed ourselves in the whole subject of crypto tracing. In addition, we regularly exchange ideas with other experts in the fields.

We have made it our mission to help others who are affected!

What do we offer?

We track blockchain transactions!
We specialize in crypto tracing in blockchain forensics and tracking Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies.


We support victims of fraud when it comes to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. It does not matter whether it is a hacking incident, investment fraud, SIM swaps, "exit fraud" or ransomware.

How does it work?

We have partnered with crypto exchanges and lawyers to help you connect with them. We use a combination of on-chain and off-chain analysis. Contact us and we will evaluate your case.

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How to get back the stolen cryptocurrencies like bitcoin?

Bitcoin tracing and Ethereum tracing aim to uncover the identity of fraudsters. This is achieved by tracking the flow of money. The transactions are tracked until cryptocurrencies end up on centralized exchanges like Binance or Kraken.

With the help of a lawyer and the police, you can discover the identity of the scammers and "freeze" funds or seize coins, and obtain possible withdrawal accounts of the scammers in the form of bank details. 

On these central exchanges, users are required to verify their identity. Therefore Bitcoin, Ethereum and many other cryptocurrencies not as anonymous as most people think! The transactions are merely pseudonymized and can be publicly viewed by anyone. There are some "open source tools" for this, such as Etherscan or Blockexplorer.

For example, let's take a look at the following Ethereum transaction, which you can also access on the web.

The transaction hash/ID, i.e. a unique number to identify the transaction. For this reason, it is very important to send us the transaction hash/ID and the destination wallets to evaluate your case. With this ID/Hash we can see the amount of the transfer, the sender and the recipient of the transaction.

The transaction hash/ID, i.e. a unique number to identify the transaction. For this reason, it is very important to send us the transaction hash/ID and the destination wallets to evaluate your case. With this ID/Hash we can see the amount of the transfer, the sender and the recipient of the transaction.

In most cases, unfortunately, it is not as simple as in the example before. It is rare that the coins are only sent from A to B and end up back at a central exchange. In most cases, the coins were transferred through 10-20 wallet addresses to disguise the flow of money as much as possible. Here is an example from one of our cases:

In this case, the funds were transferred through multiple wallets and ended up on the central exchange Bitfinex. So our work is to trace the stolen funds, create the graph of the money flow as you can see above, and create a PDF report for the law enforcement agencies documenting the entire case.

We also prepare a sample letter that the police can use to contact the exchange and ask for the relevant information. Each case is pre-screened by us free of charge. There are some rare cases where we cannot assist you. We will decline these cases.

How to protect yourself from Bitcoin scams? 

1. Always keep cryptocurrencies safe : Your assets should always be stored offline. If this is not possible, then only encrypted

2. Use secure networks: Cryptocurrencies are only protected when accessed via secure networks. Therefore, you should never log into your wallet or an exchange via a public network (e.g. public WIFI).   

3. Don't respond to emails or calls from supposed exchanges or brokers: Most scams originate from "social engineering". It is much easier for scammers to trick people than to hack complex systems like wallets or exchanges. Never give strangers access to your computer with Teamviewer or AnyDesk!

Cryptocurrency platforms usually have a very high level of password security. Most of the time, you will be contacted via social networks like Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Telegram or Instagram. In this life, you don't get anything for free - so stay away from such offers!

4. Check the relevant website before making any investment: Is there a corresponding "whitepaper" for the project? Who is behind the project/platform? Does the broker have a license that you can independently verify with BaFin or another regulatory authority? Is there an imprint and does the company really exist? Are there already negative reviews on Trustpilot or Google? Is the offer too good to be true and promises guaranteed daily profits? In this case, it is usually a scam.

5. Beware of downloading fake "crypto apps": Time and again, crypto apps are downloaded from unofficial sites. Fake apps give fraudsters full access to wallets from the start. Also, the "Recovery Phrase" or the "Private Key" should never be stored on unofficial sites. These are not requested on legitimate websites.

6. Do you have any questions? Then you can contact us at any time. We will be happy to send you a non-binding initial assessment of your case or question.

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We can perform an initial check-up for you. Please send us the address of the wallet you sent your coins to and the transaction IDs. We do not accept attachments!  




Timo Züfle, 72270 Baiersbronn, Germany

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