Even if the exchange says "Complete" or "Success", it does not mean that the coin has already arrived at our exchange through all the procedures.
This only indicates that the transport has been successfully sent to the block-chain network.
It takes a relevant time to send the transfer case to the block chain, check it here, and arrive at our exchange.
Depending on the characteristics of the block chain of your coin, you may have to go through "Confirm" several times.
If your transaction (transaction) is in the "unconfirm" state in the block chain, our company can not control it. You must wait until the transfer is processed in the block chain.
After the transfer case is confirmed in the block chain, the transfer status can be confirmed. A transaction in a bit coin or bit coin based project is successfully sent to micro after two checks.
Transmissions from Etherium and most other projects (which can be checked more quickly) are successfully transmitted to the microprocessor after 16 checks.
If you have sent a coin to a microprocessor on another exchange and have not received a TxID (transaction code), please contact the exchange.
Note: If the transfer case is already "confirmed" in the block chain, but you can not verify it in your micro account, please contact us with the following material attached to Support.
Screenshot of the corresponding block chain / exchange agreement screen that shows the indication that the transfer has already been completed Screen shot of account balance screen showing that it has not been deposited into your micro account
1) How do I check the transaction (transfer) status in the bit coin block chain?
You can enter TxID (transaction code) in the search box at the top right of BTC.com (btc.com). The bit coin-based transaction (transfer) is reflected in the micro wallet after receiving 3 conforms.
2) How do you check transactions (transmissions) in an Ether block chain (including ERC20)?
You can enter TxID (transaction code) in the search window at the top right of EtherScan.io (etherscan.io). Etherium based transactions (transfers) are reflected in the micro wallet after receiving 16 conforms.
3) USDT (Tether) How do I check transactions (transfers) in a block chain?
You can enter TxID (transaction code) in the search box at the top right of Omni Explorer (omniexplorer.info). USDT must go through six consecutive procedures.