A transaction hash is a unique identifier or transaction ID made for each new transaction made on a blockchain. It is usually a long string of alphanumeric characters and may be used to track the status of your transaction.
Hash links are generated when cryptocurrency transactions go through the blockchain as proof that the transaction was successful. This link would usually be made available to a wallet holder after they complete a transfer. You may also ask your sending platform for this link if it is not readily available to you.
To view the status of your incoming (or outgoing) Coins.ph transfer, you may click on your hash link or visit a blockchain explorer and paste the transaction hash on their search bar. Here are some samples of blockchain explorers:
- Blockchain.com for BTC / BCH / ETH transactions via the Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum (ERC-20) networks
- Etherscan.io for ETH / ERC-20 token transactions via the Ethereum (ERC-20 network)
- Bithomp for XRP transactions via the Ripple network
- Blockchair for BCH transactions via the Bitcoin Cash network
- Ronin Explorer for SLP / AXS transactions via the Ronin network
Some important details to look at are the Status and number of Confirmations for your transactions.
The required number of confirmations would differ for each cryptocurrency transfer to fully reflect in your wallet. Here is a quick guide:
- Bitcoin transactions need 3 confirmations
- Ethereum, ERC-20, and Ronin (SLP / AXS) transactions need 20 confirmations
- XRP and Bitcoin Cash transactions need 6 confirmations
Once the required confirmations for their respective blockchain is complete, your funds should already reflect in your account. You can read more about hashlinks here.
If you may have any questions about an incoming transfer, kindly reach us here and include the corresponding transaction hash link in your message so we may help you locate this transaction.