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<h1 id="what-is-this">What is this</h1>
<p> is a search engine. You can search for social network users and it will automatically scan their profile to try to find any cryptocurrency address that has been published (if any) for that user (currently BTC, ETH and XNO are supported). All results are stored in a database, so even if the user deletes the content, it will be stored in the database.</p>
<p>For each result, a link to the content where it was found will be provided along with a link to a blockchain scanner to see the address <strong>transaction history, funds and interactions</strong>.</p>
<p>You can try with my Twitter username: <strong>kycnot</strong></p>
<p>Note: The kycnot addresses are not owned by me. Do not send funds! In case you want to donate, see the Support section below.</p>
<h1 id="how-does-it-work-">How does it work?</h1>
<p>When you search for a username, it will scrap the user&#39;s last 4 pages of their content on Twitter. If any cryptocurrency address (btc, eth, xno) is found, it will appear in the results, and it will be stored in the database. This means that even if the user deletes the tweet, it will still be stored.</p>
<p>A user can be scraped again every 30 minutes. The load is balanced between different Nitter instances.</p>
<p>The number of scraped pages can be configured if you <a href="">self-host your instance</a>. For this instance, it is limited to 4 pages.</p>
<p>A blacklist of famous crypto whales and exchanges is provided, these addresses are ignored from the search results. Also, if some words like &quot;Contract address&quot; are found, it will also be ignored.</p>
<p>You can use it by sharing the link <b class="mono">https://iseeyourcash/&lt;user_name&gt;</b> or by entering the site and using the search field.</p>
<h1 id="why-this-happens-">Why this happens?</h1>
<p>The Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains are completely transparent (just as the 99% of all the other cryptocurrencies). Anyone can see who is sending bitcoin to whom. And this also means that given a wallet&#39;s public address, you can know the balance of that wallet and all the transactions that have ever been made and will be made.</p>
<p><strong>Would you trust a bank with a public ledger?</strong></p>
<p>You can read more about this in <a href="">this post</a>.</p>
<h1 id="about-me">About me</h1>
<p>I am not a company or group. I am just an individual that maintains some privacy projects. You can see some of my other projects in this list: </p>
<li> <a href=""> </a> </li>
<li> <a href=""> Awesome Privacy </a> </li>
<li> <a href=""> Feetter </a> </li>
<li> <a href=""> (WIP) </a> </li>
<li> <a href=""> (WIP) </a> </li>
<p>You can contact me via <a href="">Session</a> using my session ID:</p>
<p>I am slowly ditching email as a contact method. Session is (by magnitudes) much more private and convenient with strong E2EE by default.</p>
<h2 id="donate">Donate</h2>
<p>I pay for the maintenance costs for all my projects (VPS, domains...). My projects are only supported by kind contributions and donations. I do not accept bribes for corrupting my projects.</p>
<p>If you want to help me, you can send your donations to the following <a href="">Monero (XMR)</a> address:</p>
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