TxHash stands for transaction hash, and is also known as a transaction ID.
An example of what a TxHash looks like: 0xXXXXXXXX21856b7c900f9d7f6a54cd3367020aa478f2074c04exxxxxxxxxxxxx
To check a TxHash, follow the steps below:
On Etherscan.io, go to the search bar at the top right hand corner of the website. Paste your transaction hash (TxHash) in the search bar and click GO
Your transaction details will appear as below.
Description of transaction information:
A TxHash or transaction hash is a unique identifier that is generated whenever a transaction is performed. A TxHash can be used to track and trace the status of a transaction.
Success - Transaction was successfully sent.
Failed - Transaction did not go through, the transaction amount will be refunded after the gas fee is deducted. Your transaction may have failed due to one or more of the following reasons:
Block height is the number of the block in which this transaction was recorded. Block height is numbered sequentially (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and so on) beginning from the very first block (block height 0) onwards.
The number of block confirmations is the number of blocks that have been mined and verified by the Ethereum network since the block height of this transaction. The greater the number of block confirmations, the more secure the transaction is considered to be.
Duration of time since the transaction was recorded, and exact date and time when the transaction was recorded.
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The value of this transaction.
The maximum units of gas that may be used for this transaction.
Gas Used by Txn
The exact units of gas that was used for this transaction.
Cost per unit of gas specified for this transaction, in Ether and Gwei.
Actual Txn Cost/Fee
The actual cost of the transaction (Gas Used by Txn multiplied by Gas Price). Measured in ETH. This fee is paid to the miner for computing the transaction, regardless of whether the transaction is successful or not.
Number of the transaction sent from the sender’s address. Every transaction from an address is numbered sequentially, beginning with 0 for the first transaction. For example, if the nonce of a transaction is 10, it would be the 11th transaction sent from the sender’s address.
Extra data recorded by the sender or contract.