In this tutorial, you will find all the necessary information about the 'system status' section, like wallet status.
Let's start the system status tour!
This gives you information about the status of the deposits of the specific wallet. There are two options: Online (green) or Offline (red). When you made a deposit when the wallet is disabled for deposits, the deposit will be pending until the wallet is open for deposits. This is an automatic procedure.
There are several reasons why deposits are disabled. In the note section (last column) you will see the reason for disabling the deposits.
This gives you information about the status of the withdrawals of the specific wallet. There are two options: Online (green) or Offline (red).
There are several reasons why withdrawals are disabled. In the note section (last column) you will see the reason for disabling the deposits.
This gives you information about the status of the trading of the specific wallet. There are two options: Online (green) or Offline (red).
There are several reasons why trading is disabled like delisting or maybe there are some issues with the project or fraudulent trading behavior. In the note section (last column) you will see the reason for disabling trading.
The number of deposits which is pending. Deposits can be pending because of the confirmations. The required needed confirmations can differ per project.
The number of withdrawals that are pending. When you don't click on the confirmation link in the confirmation email, the withdrawal will be pending.
In this column we give you more information about the reason for the status of the project, like delisting, waiting for a fix/developer, or waiting for a swap.
With the info button, you go to the system page of the project.
The full name of the project
The ticker of the project. Please keep in mind: It is possible that two projects have the same ticker.
This shows the asset type of the project: Coin or token
Current total supply
The total supply of the project, which we are getting from the blockchain.
This shows the Fully Diluted Market Cap (FDC), meaning the total supply multiplied by the current price.
This gives you information about the process a group of peers or nodes on a network determine which transactions are valid and which are not, for example:
PoW = Proof of work
PoS = Proof of stake
DPoS = Delegated Proof of Stake
PoA = Proof of Activity
This shows the algorithm of the project, like SHA-256 (Secure Hash Algorithm 2), Ethash, Aura, or other algorithms.
Links to the social media channels of the project, like Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, Discord, and Youtube.
Link to the official website of the project.
Link to the block explorer of the project.
Link to the source code on Github.
Link to the announcement page on Bitcointalk.
Link to Coinmarketcap.
The best bid price for the asset.
This shows you the status of the project: online or offline. There are several reasons why the wallet can be offline, like issues with the blockchain or wallet.
This shows the block height of our wallet for the project.
The date and time of the last found block.
This will be only visible when there is a note. The note gives you a reason for the offline status or other important announcements, like delisting.
For every project, we have a balance sheet, which gives you information about the holdings. The date of the last update, the hot wallet balance, the cold wallet balance, total deposits, and total withdrawals.
For the project that has a wrapped version on Txbit, the balance sheet will not be representative.
In the right column, you see the available markets. When you check the information sheet of a coin that is a base market, like Bitcoin or Tether, then this column will be empty.
First, the project is just listed and waiting for the opening of the markets. Second, you are looking at a base market coin, like Bitcoin or Tether. Third, the project can be scheduled for delisting, for this reason, the markets are closed.
The status of the wallet can be red when the wallet is offline. The wallet can be temporarily in maintenance. Check the status page of the project for more information.
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