Wallet page

Wallet Section Terminology

Txbit Exchange

In this article, we will explain everything you will need to know about the wallet page of the exchange. We could say that this page is the very center of Txbit Exchange as from this page, you can navigate to many other pages, including the trading, deposit, and withdrawal pages.

Let's start the wallet tour!

Txbit Wallets

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Wallets

A. On the top left, you can see two sliders. At first, you will see the 'hide zero balances' slider. When you turn this slider on, a filter is applied to the list of wallets only to show wallets with an available balance. The other slider is an excellent tool for taking a screenshot or when other people are in the room with you. When you turn this slider on, the balances will not appear on your screen but will be masked with asterisk characters.

B. The list of wallets has several columns, including the asset's logo (depending on the screen width), name, and ticker.

C. These columns will show the total balance, available balance, and the locked balance for orders. (Total balance - in orders = available balance)

D. This column shows the value of the asset in BTC and US Dollars.

E. The last column contains four buttons: Markets, Deposit, Withdrawal, and Convert.

- Markets - This button will show a popup with the available markets for this asset. You can immediately jump to the trading interface to make trades.
- Deposit - This button navigates you to the deposit page for this asset.
- Withdrawal - This button navigates you to the withdrawal page for this asset.

The convert button is only available for assets with a wrapped version available on Txbit, like Solaris (XLR and WXLR). This button navigates you to the conversion service to convert between native and wrapped versions of that asset. When the button is disabled, it means that there is no wrapped version available for that asset.

F. When you hover your mouse over the info sign, a popup will show where you can see information about the status of the wallet (online or offline), the block height, the date and time of the last found block, and the current total supply.

Txbit Wallets deposits

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Deposits

A. In this section, there are two tabs: Pending deposits and Deposit history. At the first stage, your deposit will show up in Pending deposits. For security reasons, we require that the asset receives a sufficient number of confirmations on the blockchain before we can credit the funds to your account. The number of confirmations depends on the blockchain technology behind the asset. When your deposit reaches the required number of confirmations, we will move your deposit to the Deposit history.

B. For every deposit, you see the ticker of the assets, the deposit date, the deposit amount, and the number of confirmations. Click on the '+' sign to expand the details section.

C. In your deposit history, you will find all your deposits. When you want to see more details for a deposit, click on the '+' button. You will see your Txbit Wallet address, the TxID (Transaction ID), and a link to the block explorer where you see the entire transaction.

Txbit Wallets Withdrawals

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Withdrawals

A. In this section, there are two tabs: Pending withdrawals and Withdrawal history. Your withdrawal will be visible in Pending withdrawals from when you submit your withdrawal until you have confirmed the withdrawal by e-mail. You can only cancel withdrawals that are pending! After you confirm the withdrawal, we will move your withdrawal to the withdrawal history.

B. For every withdrawal, you see the ticker of the assets, the withdrawal date, the withdrawal amount, the paid fee, and the total withdrawal amount. Click on the '+' sign to expand the details section.

C. In your withdrawal history, you will find all your withdrawals. When you want to see more details for a withdrawal, click on the '+' button. You will see the withdrawal address, the TxID (Transaction ID), and a link to the block explorer where you see the entire transaction.