Each transaction on the blockchain contains an identification number known as a transaction ID (TXID), sometimes known as a transaction hash. The string of characters is distinctive and may be confirmed before being put into the blockchain. A distinct transaction ID is given to each transaction when it is added to the blockchain. The hashing of the transaction's information, which includes the sender's address, the recipient's address, and the amount of cryptocurrency being sent, yields the transaction ID. You may be able to locate the transaction on a block explorer by looking up the transaction ID, depending on the blockchain that was utilized. Transaction IDs are helpful for troubleshooting, record-keeping, and transaction verification. Cca7507897abc89628f450e8b1e0c6fca4ec3f7b34cccf55f3f531c659ff4d79 The TXID of This function outputs a 256-bit hash, which is represented as a 64-character long hexadecimal number, from the input of transaction data. How Can I Find My Transaction ID? Blockchain explorers provide access to transaction IDs, making all associated transaction information publicly available. Anyone can review all the data connected to a given transaction or address thanks to this transparency. Although the sender and recipient's real names aren't revealed explicitly by these IDs, there are techniques that might be able to make these links. Where to locate the TXID of a withdrawal transaction on centralized exchanges When you withdraw an asset from a centralized exchange (CEX), the site will display the TXID of your withdrawal transaction. Clicking on a TXID for a specific withdrawal will lead you to the appropriate transaction in the block explorer for that blockchain. The TXID in your withdrawal history is crucial if you transfer money to the incorrect address (or blockchain) so that you can begin determining whether you can get your money back. Even so, recovery isn't always possible, so it's better to get in touch with customer service on the platform where you're sending your money.