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If I want to check if my transaction has made it to the blockchain, where can I look it up and by what data can I search/filter? Of course there is the transaction id and possibly a payment id, but is there other data I could use to find my transaction?

  • What you are asking is not clear. "is there other data I could use to find my transaction?" - well, whatever data you happen to have is what you could use. You should rephrase that to be clearer. – user36303 Jul 26 '16 at 12:06
  • Is there something unsatisfactory with my answer? It's been several weeks and it's helpful to either receive feedback or have it marked as correct. – cardboardoranges Aug 18 '16 at 19:04
  • nope, there isn't anything unsatifactory :) not sure how I missed this one. – stke Aug 20 '16 at 12:52
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The best general tool for this is http://moneroblocks.info/. It is somewhat comparable to the Bitcoin site https://blockchain.info/, and you can conduct searches using a number of different identifiers.

However, if you are focusing on a specific transaction, I think your best bet might actually be a very useful tool developed by one of our community members: http://xmrtests.llcoins.net/checktx.html

By using the transaction hash, viewkey or private transaction key, and the recipient's public address you can prove that a transaction made it to its intended destination.

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