How can I look up a transaction on the blockchain?
Why can't I see my transaction on the blockchain?
Is Coinbase wallet on Ethereum blockchain?
Are Coinbase transactions recorded on blockchain?
How do I check my blockchain transactions?
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Where is transaction history on blockchain?
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I check my blockchain transaction history?
How do I check my Coinbase send status?
Where do I find the blockchain?
- How do I see my Coinbase transaction on blockchain?
- From your Coinbase.com account on the web or the mobile app, select the Assets tab. Select the asset you want to view the transaction for. Find the transaction in question and select it. Select View on block explorer.
- How do I check my blockchain?
- On the blockchain explorer
- Go to the blockchain explorer that you'd like to check the transaction on.
- Paste the transaction ID or address into the search bar.
- On the transaction screen, you'll see whether the transaction was confirmed, unconfirmed or has failed.
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|Is Coinbase wallet on the blockchain?
|Coinbase Wallet is a self-custody web3 wallet, putting you in full control of the private keys to your assets on the blockchain.
|How do I check my blockchain order?
|To view a full history of your completed executions, navigate to Settings ⚙️> Order History > Here you can see a detailed table of all of your trading history.
- How do I see all transactions on blockchain?
- To track a blockchain transaction, you need to find the transaction ID (hash), input it into a blockchain explorer compatible with the blockchain on which the transaction occurred, and interpret the resulting data.
- Why is my transaction not showing on blockchain?
- This is normal, and confirmation time depends mostly on current network traffic. You can check the status of your transaction on any blockchain explorer by looking up the transaction ID, sending address, or receiving address.