A data provider is a complex tool that enables a multi-granular analysis of blockchain transactions in real-time by utilizing a slew of intelligence solutions. The core element of the software is automation. It uses automated tracking that initializes tracing of the flow of digital funds across a wide field of intermediate wallets and pinpointing the end-point wallet. It also is able to effectively parse the blockchain into certain datasets that can ultimately be used as a foothold for identifying the likelihood of illicitness. The solution specifies a target, a certain in- and outflow of funds from the specific starting points, for instance, hacked or exploited DeFi project and endpoint, or also known as off-ramp, CEX, or any other entity that enables a withdrawal of fiat.