The Meaning of TX ID or TX Hash
TX ID, also known as TX Hash, is a series of unique combinations of characters (numbers and letters) assigned to each verified transaction and recorded in a ledger called the blockchain. TX ID or TX Hash serves to identify each transaction that has been recorded in the blockchain. In addition, TX ID or TX Hash contains transaction details in the form of transaction nominal, transfer time, sender's wallet address, and recipient's wallet address. Every shipping transaction made to digital assets will be recorded on the blockchain so that in the delivery proof of delivery will appear which can be checked on the explorer.
Please note, that each digital asset has a different explorer (tracking engine) depending on the network used. For example, if you make a transaction using the Ether network then you cannot check the explorer for the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) network and vice versa, this applies to all available networks on the blockchain. All transactions take approximately 10 minutes to mutate the transferred funds to the destination wallet. This is because each digital asset has a different confirmation time in sending balances on a network explorer.
Here is an example of TX ID/TX Hash :
How to check TX ID or TX Hash on transaction history in INDODAX account:
Login to your INDODAX account.
If you access your account via the INDODAX website, please select the "Wallet" menu. Select the digital asset you want to check, then select it on the “History” tab, please adjust it to the month and year of your transaction. The TX ID will appear in the description column of the history.
If you access your account via the INDODAX app, please navigate to the "Wallet" menu and search for the asset whose history you want to check in the available "Search bar". Once you have found it, select the transaction you want to check the details for, and then the TX ID will be displayed on your transaction details.