Bitcoin wallet address search
Multiple output transactions are common when sending funds directly from a pool or third-party application. When Shapeshift an exchange service for converting between blockchain tokens and coins processes this, it creates several deposits associated with one TXID. This type of transaction can potentially result in two or more deposits being associated with the same TXID. In this case, our system would detect only the first deposit associated to the TXID.
For this reason, multiple output transactions are not compatible with Shapeshift. If you believe you have deposited funds in a multiple output transaction, please contact our support team to have the matter resolved. In the 'Search' area, you'll need to enter information that is specific to your bitcoin transaction.
This is usually the bitcoin address you made the payment to. Once you select 'search', all bitcoin transactions that involve that address will be displayed, newest to oldest. The easiest way to navigate to your particular transaction is to use your browser's 'Find' feature to search for the exact bitcoin amount you sent.
Open the Bitcoin application on your device. Nano or a HW. It will show the address on the device. Each address generated by your wallet is yours forever, you can use them several times or just once at your convenience, it won't cause problems - even if it may be safer to use each address only once.
Paste this address where you are required to in the Bitcoin wallet from where you need to send coins to your Ledger wallet While receiving payments your Ledger device can be disconnected.
Your transactions are tracked on the Blockchain and will be synchronized on your wallet when you open it. Bitcoin transactions fees The fees are not charged by Ledger company but by Bitcoin miners. Fees levels high fees: You do not use the right application on your Ledger Nano S or Blue.
Servers or the blockchain network are temporarily overloaded. There is an unconfirmed transaction in your wallet.