Transaction Hash or TxID — transaction identifier. It includes alphanumeric characters and is a unique number. It is assigned to any transaction related to cryptocurrencies. It is on it, if necessary, that you can find information related to a specific transfer (the address of the sender and recipient, the number of inclusion blocks, date, time, amount, etc.).
Any transaction carried out on the blockchain has this identifier. Similarly, such transactions on the Ethereum blockchain have a unique Tx Hash, and all transactions on the Litecoin blockchain also have their own TxID.
For example, a Bitcoin transaction ID looks like this: a1075db55d416d3ca199f55b6084e2115b9345e16c5cf302fc80e9d5fbf5d48d
If necessary, the hash can be viewed in the transaction history section of the service (exchange platform, wallet, etc.) that you used when performing this transaction. If you can’t find the hash in history, you can contact your wallet support for help.
How to find the TxID of the transaction yourself can be found at link.