FAQ

Quick Intel Snap FAQ

How to install?

To install the snap, simply go to the MetaMask Snap directory, or directly to the Quick Intel Snap URL.

What do we detect?

Quick Intel helps users navigate Web3 in a much more informed way. There is a rampant amount of scams that occur daily on every chain. Quick Intel gives users insights into potential risks of token contracts, like malicious code, specific actions that could be used maliciously, items that can be used to scam or rug, and more.

How to evaluate the results?

Quick Intel examines the asset that is being interacted with during a swap. It performs a comprehensive analysis, aggregates the potential risks, and returns the results for further assessment via the Quick Intel Snap.

What networks does Quick Intel support?

Currently, Quick Intel supports over 32 chains. To view the exact list of chains supported, please reference the Supported Chains link below.

How to read the scan results?

After selecting the Quick Intel Snap, and retrieving the results, you must assess the risk, and understand what they are. Interacting with high-risk tokens could have negative implications, so be sure to always do further research if you are unsure about any specific item. You can also view our detailed guides below to further understand how to read the results.

Can I get a more detailed scan of a token?

Within the Quick Intel Snap, there is a specific link that users can copy to get a full detailed analysis of the asset in question. Additionally, users can navigate directly to our dApp at https://app.quickintel.io, for a full detailed scan.

What are the future plans for the Quick Intel Snap?

We will continue to improve and optimize the Quick Intel Snap to ensure users are aware of high risks. At the time of writing, we support over 32 chains and will continue to expand to ensure all users of Web3 are safer. In addition, we will expand on more features to further detect and help mitigate scams.