Labels are public
Currently all labels are public. This means that you should only put labels on Dune that you're comfortable sharing with the world. Labels that expose a person's identity beyond their own exposure (e.g. ENS name) or what is publicly known information are not tolerated, and will be removed.
About labels and addresses
Labels are relevant metadata for a given address. Some examples of what labels can be:
- What entity owns it — Kraken wallet or Binance wallet
- Product activity — Uniswap trader or Maker CDP creator
- First used — 2017 or 2019
You can use labels in your queries. This way an address in your query results has understandable info instead of raw and abstract addresses. Have a look at our docs for more information on how to use labels in your queries.
You can add your own labels via
- this interface for any address
- a Dune query