Each transaction performed in the blockchain has a txID or transaction ID. This transaction ID is registered in blocks and is placed as a hash string. There are many ways to find the hash identifier from Litecoin. Make a Litecoin transaction in your wallet and send a token to another address, for example. You can retrieve the information regardless of the type or date of the transaction. But to retrieve Litecoin transaction information, you need a transaction ID or txID. But how to get this txID?
Some suppliers or sellers, or centers that receive Litecoin from you by providing various services will request a transfer transaction ID number in return. Therefore, it is necessary to provide them with this address.
What is transaction ID?
The transaction ID in each blockchain is a string of letters and numbers assigned to each transaction. You need txID to be able to track a transaction. If you enter any Block Explorer website, you can see the transaction ID address at the top of the page.
How to find Litecoin transaction id?
Based on the coin you have moved, you must first go to the blockchain of that coin and use the block explorer tool to find the transaction ID. To find txID from the Litecoin token, you need to do the following:
Using the two explorer blocks that we introduce below, you can retrieve the information of a transaction.
- First, go to one of the block explorers using your browser. In the Search section, you should look for what you want. First, try to find the recipient’s address in the Search section. A list of transactions made for this address is then received throughout the blockchain.
- If the number of transactions in this list is large, you can use the Command + F keys on a Mac or CTRL + F on Windows to open the search option and enter the transaction number to display the txID option.
- If you want to see the exact amount of transfer based on Fiat currency on each transaction, you can click on the amount and then switch the view mode option to Fiat currency to determine the final transfer price.
If you can find your transaction in Block Explorer, look for a long string of code that contains complex letters and numbers. This code string is a hash created from txID that is registered for your transaction. A transaction hash has the following shape:
The address corresponding to this transaction in the blockchain network is as follows, and you can track it this way.
For each transaction, for example, the sender’s address is also displayed as a string of code, which you can see below:
Using Block Explorer, you can find txID or other information related to any Litecoin transaction. Based on this, you can send the transaction number to the applicant or service providers.
To find the Litecoin transaction ID, you first need a block explorer. After entering Block Explorer, you must search the recipient’s address and find the transaction number with the transfer amount. If you have any questions, you can ask in the comments section.