Learn about transaction IDs and how to find a transaction ID in Exodus.
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What is a transaction ID?
Every crypto transaction has a unique transaction ID. Using a block explorer, you can look up information about any transaction if you have the transaction ID.
You can think of a transaction ID as a receipt for blockchain transactions. It allows you to find out the status of a crypto transaction.
The information you can view when looking up a transaction ID on a block explorer depends on the type of crypto and the block explorer you are using. You will usually see transaction confirmations, the sending and receiving address, the amount of crypto sent, transaction fees, and the date and time when the transaction was created and confirmed.
Depending on the asset, transaction IDs can be formatted differently. They are commonly long strings of letters and numbers.
For more information on how to use block explorers, you can see our guide: How do I find transaction information on a block explorer?
How do I find a transaction ID in Exodus?
In Exodus, transaction IDs can be viewed in individual asset wallets. A transaction ID is generated every time an asset is sent or received.
In Exodus Mobile, a) tap on the Wallet icon. Then b) tap on the asset in the transaction.
Scroll down to see your wallet's activity. Tap on any transaction to see more details, including the transaction ID.
Tap on the transaction ID to open the transaction on a block explorer in a browser and view the transaction details. You can also tap and hold the transaction ID to copy it.
In Exodus Desktop, click on the Wallet icon.
Next, go to the wallet of the asset in the transaction.
To find the transaction ID, a) click the arrow next to the transaction. If you want to copy the transaction ID, you can b) click the copy icon next to the transaction ID.
Click on the transaction ID to open the transaction on a block explorer in a browser and view the transaction details.
In Exodus Web3 Wallet, a) click on the Wallet icon, then b) click on the asset where you'd like to find the transaction ID.
You will see a summary of the asset's price, market value, and balance. From here, you can scroll down to see your wallet's activity, including deposits, swaps, and withdrawals.
To see more details, including the transaction ID, click on the transaction.
From here, you can copy the transaction ID to your clipboard. To open it in a block explorer, click on Transaction ID.
How do I find my transaction ID on other platforms?
Locating a transaction ID can vary across different platforms. Below are some useful articles that provide guidance on finding a transaction ID in various cryptocurrency platforms.
Binance: How to Find My transaction ID (TxID)
Crypto.com: Crypto Withdrawals - General Information
MetaMask: How to find a transaction ID