Where Can I See the Transaction History of my Polkadot Account? Print
Modified on: Tue, 14 Mar, 2023 at 5:03 PM
You can look up your Polkadot (or Kusama) transaction history on block explorers like Subscan or Dotscanner. In this article, we will use these two explorers as an example, but there are more block explorers you can use.
How to Find Your Account on Block Explorers
Directly from Block Explorers
You can go to the block explorer you want to use directly and find your account there. On most block explorers, you find your account by its address through the search field. Some, like SubID, let you connect your account through a browser extension.
On Subscan, you can paste your address in the search field and click "Search." You can choose the network first from the top right corner or next to the search field:
Or you can look your account up on multiple chains and choose the network later:
On Dotscanner, you need to choose your network first:
Then you can paste your account address in the search field and click "Search":
Through Polkadot-JS UI
You can see your account on a block explorer from your Accounts page on Polkadot-JS UI. There are several block explorers to choose from. You can see the buttons by clicking on your account's name:
Or on the arrow next to your account:
Clicking on any of the block explorer buttons will take you to your account's page on the chosen explorer, displaying the information from the correct network.
How to See Your Account History
By default, the Extrinsics tab will be open, which includes any extrinsics signed from your account (including staking, voting, etc.). Switch to the Transfers tab if you'd like to see only your incoming and outgoing transfers:
If you have a lot of transactions, click the "View all" button to see the full history, and make sure to check all the pages.
By default, the Transfers tab will be open, which includes only your incoming and outgoing transfers. Switch to the Extrinsics tab if you'd like to see any extrinsics signed from your account (including staking, voting, etc.):
If you have a lot of transactions, make sure to check all history pages at the bottom of your account page:
Exporting your transaction history
If you'd like to view your entire history in a spreadsheet, you can follow these instructions to export your transaction history into .csv format.
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