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Want to see what known entities like CEX, DEX, dApps, or NFT contracts are up to? Labels can help!
Labels identify known addresses that are associated with a CEX, DEX, NFT project, liquidity pool, or other entity.
How are labels different from tags? Labels are a "source of truth" added by Flipside core contributors across all chains. Each known address receives only one label. Not every address has a label.

Label Types

There are 10 label types within any blockchain.
See the Crosschain schema for the table containing all labeled addresses.
Flipside applies a 2-level hierarchy to all labeled addresses using 4 field attributes.
Name of the creator of the label
A high-level category describing the addresses main function or ownership (e.g. exchange)
A sub-category nested within label type providing further detail (e.g. exchange deposit wallet)
project_name (label)
The name of the entity that controls the address (e.g. Binance).
A description of the use of the address by the controlling entity (e.g. Binance deposit wallet)
Note: on Event and Balance tables there is no need to join a secondary table to group or filter by label attributes .
Events and Balance tables are automatically enriched with label columns corresponding to any column that contains an address type. The pattern for these columns names is: {address_function}_{label_attribute}
For example, in an events table, the following columns would be present to account for labels on the event_from . These would also exist for event_to, tx_from,tx_to, etc.