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Address

The address screen shows all transactions for the provided Bitcoin address. It will accept a user inputted address or can be passed an address from the transaction or xpub screens. Supported address formats are P2PKH (legacy), P2SH, P2WPKH (segwit), P2WSH and P2TT (taproot). A valid address will display all transactions associated with that address, showing the transaction ID, the block in which the transaction was added to the blockchain, the net change to the balance of that address and the number of confirmations that have occurred for that transaction. Select a row and press either of the ▷ buttons to be able to view either the associated transaction or the block in which it occurred.

By default, only confirmed transactions are displayed. Selecting ‘show all TX’ will show both confirmed and unconfirmed transactions, while ‘unconfirmed TX’ will only show unconfirmed transactions. The address summary and balance will also reflect this selection.

Definitions

Confirmed unspent (balance) – Unspent bitcoin.

Confirmed transaction count – The total number of confirmed transactions that have taken place for this address.

Confirmed received – the total amount of bitcoin received by this address.

Confirmed spent – the total amount of bitcoin spent by this address.

Unconfirmed unspent (balance) – unspent bitcoin that has yet to be confirmed.

Unconfirmed transaction count – the number of unconfirmed transactions for this address.

Unconfirmed received – the amount of bitcoin received by this address that is yet to be confirmed.

Unconfirmed spent – the amount of bitcoin spent by this address that is yet to be confirmed.

Transaction ID (table) – a unique identifier for the transaction.

Block (table) – the height of the block that contains the transaction.

Amount (table) – the amount by which the balance of unspent bitcoin was increased or decreased by the transaction.

Confs (table) – the amount of confirmations that have occurred on this transaction.