I transferred BTC from GDAX to Binance. I have the transaction ID. How do I find out the status of the transfer. GDAX reports transfer complete. Thanks.

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    Check blockexplorer.com – Kevin Raffay Dec 13 '17 at 0:33
  • I have this same question. blockonomics.co is pretty cool (in addition to blockexplorer and others mentioned) once we know the BTC transaction ID, but right now I only know my Gdax transfer ID, which doesn't seem to help me. – Ryan Dec 20 '17 at 21:52
  • Here are other people having the same problem with GDAX in the past month saying that transactions can take hours or days to get confirmed in their destination: reddit.com/r/GDAX/comments/7c5q81/… – Ryan Dec 20 '17 at 22:00
  • I found the answer. If it helps you, please upvote and click the checkmark to accept it: bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/66041/36024 – Ryan Dec 21 '17 at 14:20

I found where GDAX shows the transaction hash!

  1. Visit https://www.gdax.com/accounts

  2. Click a coin on the left (BTC, BCH, ETH, or LTC).

  3. Instead of staying on the "History" tab (which is probably where you see Transfer ID for each transfer), click "Transfers" in the top right.

  4. Then click each "withdraw" row to expand it, and you'll see its transaction hash.

For example, I'm able to find the hash of an LTC that I just transferred, and then I can browse to https://bchain.info/LTC/tx/4a857bc76d31c801dbc1aac33c4940cd11401f7f7401dfd6e05dfcf43af8867e and see that it has already been confirmed twice.

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    Correction, first go to "Accounts", then select your coin, then click the "Transfers" tab. – bart Dec 21 '17 at 17:02
  • @bart Good point. Updated my answer. – Ryan Dec 22 '17 at 17:59
  • Only show hash after transfer has been completed :( – Juan Antonio Tubío Feb 28 '18 at 16:59

The GDAX transaction ID doesn't seem to be helpful in tracking unconfirmed transfers (the kind you most want to track). Instead, use the recipient address with blockchain.info.

Just pop the recipient BTC address (the one you transferred to) into the search on http://blockchain.info and you should see the transaction.

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You can search for it on a publicly available blockchain explorer. Some examples:

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  • Gdax.com only seems to provide a hyphenated Transfer ID rather than a BTC transaction ID, so I don't think those sites help. – Ryan Dec 20 '17 at 21:53
  • I found the answer: bitcoin.stackexchange.com/a/66041/36024 – Ryan Dec 21 '17 at 14:20

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