How to send an asset in Atomic Wallet?

In Atomic Wallet, you can easily send (and receive) blockchain assets. In this article, we will describe a step by step instruction on how to send an asset.

  1. Open Atomic Wallet. Always make sure you have our latest release – download from the website.
  2. You will then see the tab Wallet with all the assets available. 
  3. Search for the asset you want to send and click on it. You can use the search bar in the upper left corner. We will make an example with XRP, but it is the same for any other coin.
  4. You see a sending interface.

    Note, that you can switch between the coins you want to send by clicking on the name of the coin.

  5.  Enter the address you want to send your asset to. We recommend to use copy-paste and not type the address manually.
    Note: transactions on the blockchain are irreversible. Once made, it can be reverted. Please double-check the address of the receiver and the amount you want to send.

  6. Enter the amount you want to send. You can enter the amount both in cryptocurrency or in USD. Press Send All if you want to send all of the available balance.
    Your available balance is written underneath the field for entering the amount.
  7. Important: every cryptocurrency transaction on the blockchain requires a network fee. The amount of the fee is written under available balance. You can adjust Network Fees for BTC and LTC. 
    Note: Atomic Wallet doesn’t take any fees on sending/receiving operations. The network fees are paid solely to miners to include the transaction in the block. 

  8. Double-check all the information and click Send
  9. Then enter your password and click Confirm.
  10. After a few seconds, you will see a confirmation page. Here you can find the transaction hash. Click on it to track your transaction on the block explorer.
  11. Click back to the wallet.

Then you can track your transaction in the History tab.

  1. Navigate through the left sidebar and click History.
  2. Your last transaction will be first on the list. Click on it to see more details: hash and address of the receiver. You can click on the hash to see the transaction on the block explorer. 

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