Transaction and address tracking

Transactions tab

The Transactions tab contains information on all transactions of your merchant account.

A wide range of filtering options for transactions is available, which can be useful if you need to filter the transactions by a given parameter: currency, time, status, etc. Also, you can export the list of transactions into a .csv file by clicking the Export button in the upper right corner of the Filter menu.

Click on a transaction to open the panel with more details about it. This includes its time of creation, your balances before and after the transaction, the addresses involved, etc. The exact set of properties varies depending on the type of the transaction. If the transaction is a part of a mass payout, the panel will also indicate its ID and name.

For deposits, withdrawals and invoices, the details panel also includes the TXID property (short for “Transaction ID”). Its meaning depends on whether the transaction is external or internal.

  • An external transaction is a transaction between a CoinsPaid user and an external address. For example, it may be a withdrawal from your balance to an external wallet. An external transaction takes place in the cryptocurrency's blockchain, where it can be found by its TXID. Click the icon next to the “TXID” label to open the transaction details in a public blockchain explorer.

  • An internal transaction is a transaction between two CoinsPaid users. For example, if your company has multiple merchants registered at CoinsPaid, sending funds between them will be done instantly as an internal transaction. Such a transaction does not get sent to the public blockchain, thus avoiding the mining fee. The TXID property displays a unique identifier of the transaction within CoinsPaid. Click the icon next to the “TXID” label to open the transaction details in CoinsPaid Explorer.

Risk scoring

In cryptocurrencies, it is often possible to analyze whether the funds used in the new transaction have participated in any suspicious transactions in the past.

CoinsPaid makes such an analysis for BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, and USDT, providing two parameters for incoming transactions: Risky inflow and Risk score.

  • Risky inflow is the amount of funds (in USD equivalent) that have originated from transactions that can be considered suspicious.

  • Risk score is the percentage of suspicious inputs or addresses among their total number.

The parameters are available in the Transactions and Invoices tabs.

It is recommended to manually inspect the transactions with a risk score of about 75% or higher.

Payments tab

The Payments tab also allows you to keep track of all transactions within your merchant account, and in addition, contains information on our processing fees applied to these transactions and the remainder of your funds after each transaction.

Fees tab

On the Fees tab, you can check the processing fees for different types of operations.

If you have any questions regarding the set fees or would like to discuss this matter further, please contact us via or email directly to our sales managers.

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