Let's dig in details of our History section, where you can track your transactions, find coins addresses and hashes of the operations.

In our example, we use XRP and BNB coins but that applies to every asset in the wallet.

To open the History, navigate through our left sidebar and choose History.

You will then see the list of all the incoming and outcoming transactions you’ve made within the wallet. Recent transactions will be shown first. You can use Search to find the desired coin.

Incoming transactions will be marked with a green plus and amount deposited. In the middle of the line you’ll see From and address of the sender along with the time and date of the operation. In our example, we see a deposit of 28XRP.You can click on the transaction to find more information about it. In the opened section you’ll find To and your address (as this is an incoming transaction to your wallet) as well as a transaction hash (Hash).

By clicking on the transaction hash you will be forwarded to the block explorer webpage. Have a look at our guide on how to check your transaction on the block explorer. In our example, it is forwarded to XRP explorer. Let’s look at the outcoming transaction. It will be marked with red minus and amount of withdrawing. On the picture, -0,345638 BNB are sent.

You’ll see the address you have sent your coins to under the To field. When clicking on the transaction, you’ll find From and your address and the transaction hash. By clicking on it you’ll be also forwarded to the block explorer.

Important: Don’t forget to refresh the balances. If you’ve just made a transaction and can’t find it - don’t worry. Give it some time to appear (up to 20 min) and refresh the balance. If you still can’t see it - drop us a line at support@atomicwallet.io. Specify coins addresses and transaction hash.

Need some help? Contact us at support@atomicwallet.io. We provide quick and friendly support 24/7. 

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