How do I check my balance on the block explorer?
In this article, we describe how to check your balance or find the transaction on the block explorer.
It may sound surprising, but Atomic Wallet doesn’t store your funds. All your assets are safely stored on the blockchain.
What is blockchain and block explorer?
Blockchain is a public ledger that records all of the transactions included in it. It is like a record book open to anybody and stored on computers (nodes). Block explorer is a service for observing blockchain data in a user-friendly format. Each of the coins (BTC, ETH, TRX, etc.) has its own blockchain that keeps the track of all of the confirmed transactions with this coin. And subsequently, each blockchain has its own block explorer. Your funds are stored on the addresses each of which is paired with a private key. Private keys are your access to the address and funds.
Atomic Wallet connects directly to the blockchain and block explorer nodes. It takes the information about your balance, transactions and displays it in a user-friendly format. To be able to perform it, Atomic needs a good connection to block explorer. This connection can be sometimes out of sync, lost or denied. But you can always check the information on the block explorer.
How to check my balance on the block explorer?
As said before, every coin has its own blockchain and block explorer. We will make an instruction for BTC. While the interfaces of the block explorers can vary depending on the asset, the principle is the same: address, balance, and related transactions.
- Open Atomic Wallet.
- Find BTC and click on the address (Your address) - it will automatically be copied to Clipboard.
- Open blockchain.com and paste your address.
- Your current balance will be written under the Final Balance field. In our example, it is 0.00016858 BTC.
Note: You can compare the balance from the block explorer with the balance in Atomic Wallet. No worries if they differ. It is only a connection issue and your funds are safe on the blockchain. To fix it - just contact our support team at email@example.com.
If you want to know how to check your transaction on the block explorer - check this article.
Here is the list of block explorers for some coins:
BTC - https://insight.bitpay.com
BCH - https://blockdozer.com
ZCASH - https://explorer.zecmate.com/
TRON - https://tronscan.org/#/
QTUM - https://explorer.qtum.org
LTC - https://insight.litecore.io
ETH - http://api.ethplorer.io / http://api.etherscan.io
ETC - https://gastracker.io/
DGB - https://explorer-2.us.digibyteservers.io
DASH - https://insight.dash.siampm.com
XTZ - https://tzscan.io/
BCD - http://explorer.btcd.io/
VET - https://www.vescan.io/
EOS - https://eospark.com/
NEO - https://neotracker.io/
DCR - https://mainnet.decred.org/
DOGE - https://dogechain.info/
BTG - https://btgexplorer.com/
ADA - https://cardanoexplorer.com/
XRP - https://bithomp.com/explorer/
XLM - https://stellarchain.io/