We've established that our advanced AI models output powerful clustering of token-holders on-chain, shining lights on even the most nuanced of relationships between holders. However, at, our core goal is to not only build powerful systems, our aim is to distill those powerful systems into simple & elegant front-end interfaces.

There are two main ways in which our clustering tool is rendered on our user interface. Firstly through our auditing tool.

On our auditing tool, we've provided a liquidity score which is determined by our clustering algorithm. While the score is one way to envisage the cluster product, we've also created interactive tooling to see token clusters, live. Through this tool, users are able to conceptualise the respective holders of each token represented through clusters. The score then gives users an indication as to whether this token distribution is equitable, or worrying, which has been adjusted for the age of the token.

The Liquidity page itself is interactive, such that users can explore the entirety of the cluster distribution for any token, with live updates. Clicking bubbles will show you the respective wallet inside certain clusters, with Etherscan links directing you to see them on-chain for yourself. Furthermore, our clustering algorithm is able to determine the 'type' of wallets that have been tagged. An exchange having a larger cluster for example, might be normal in the large scheme of token distribution, whereas, if the same amount of supply was held by a single normal wallet; this might be more dangerous.

The second way our clustering algorithm is rendered on our interface is through our cluster maps page. Our interactive Liquidity Report is a more simplified version of our Cluster Maps Page.

The Cluster Maps page is designed to be a powerful tool for visualising clusters across any token, with detailed reports. The detailed reports can highlight how many & which wallets are in a cluster, as well as the type of wallet they may be. However, most crucially, our tool allows users to conceptually visualise the relationship between wallets, and show you the direct links between wallets.

For example, if wallet A has sent a transaction to Wallet B, which in turn has sent a transaction to Wallet C; And there is a direct link between Wallet A & C. We will be able to show you all the respective steps that link these wallets, as well as the transactions they occur through & their respective directions. Aside from this, we've also embedded more functionality into our page, allowing users to see the most commonly held token amongst all users who hold Token A. As well as this, we show you the top 5 holdings of tokens with highlighted clusters. The aim of this, is to provide more of an insight & transparency into token holders, and their activities allowing users to explore new sectors. We've also embedded the ability to hide & show different types of wallets to get a deeper look into different types of clusters.

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