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Wallets Terminology

This tutorial contains all the necessary information about the wallet section. Please keep in mind that if you are not planning to place orders on short notice, you should always store your cryptocurrency in your own wallet. Exchanges are not banks, and the recommended path is to deposit, trade, and withdraw. With that said, let's begin the wallet tour!

How to wallets?
Txbit wallets


A On the top left, you'll find two sliders. The first slider is the 'hide zero balances' slider, which applies a filter to the list of wallets to show only those with an available balance. The second slider is useful when you need to take a screenshot or when others are in the room with you. When you turn it on, the balances will be masked with asterisk characters and will not appear on your screen.

B The list of wallets includes several columns, such as the asset's logo (if screen width permits), name, and ticker symbol.

C The columns will display the total balance, available balance, and locked balance for orders. The available balance is calculated by subtracting the balance used in orders from the total balance

D This column displays the asset's value in both BTC and US Dollars.

E The last column contains four buttons: Markets, Deposit, Withdrawal, and Convert. Clicking on the Markets button will show a popup with available markets for the asset. Clicking on the Deposit button will take you to the deposit page for that asset, and clicking on the Withdrawal button will take you to the withdrawal page for that 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 Hovering your mouse over the info icon will display a popup with information about the wallet's status (online or offline), block height, date and time of the last found block, and current total supply.


Markets button disabled

When the markets are closed, the Market button is disabled. This may also occur if the project is being delisted. Check the project's status page for more information.

Convert button disabled

The Convert function is only available for projects that have a wrapped version. If the button is disabled, it means that there's no wrapped version available for the project on Txbit.

Wallet status offline

The wallet's status can appear as red when it's offline or temporarily undergoing maintenance. Check the project's status page for further information.

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