Citadel.One Feature Overview: Transactions History
Hello everyone and welcome to another feature overview!
In this week’s overview, our focus will be on the transactions history tab on the Citadel.One platform.
The transactions tab is a dedicated section of the Citadel.One platform meant specifically for giving detailed information about a user’s recent transactions.
The Citadel.One platform allows for numerous types of transactions, including sending receiving and staking transactions to mention a few. These are all collated and displayed on the transaction tab.
Before you can use this tab however, you must have a Citadel.One account to use this tab. If you don’t have one, we have created a detailed guide on how to create one. Check it out here.
Here are all the features of the Transactions history tab.
The transactions tab has a specific label for each transaction type that is executed with the wallet. Users can also view specific details of each transaction, such as the type of transaction, the fees paid on the transaction, the date the transaction was made and the total amount of the transaction.
The Citadel.One transaction history page shows enough information by default, however if a user wants more information, they can click on the transaction itself to expand it. This shows even more information about the transaction including a link to the explorer for the transaction, the fees paid on the transaction as well as a memo showing what the transaction was for.
The comments feature in particular is extremely useful because it helps users better sort their transactions, especially when they are balancing books or searching for specific transactions. It is especially useful for users that have multiple addresses. (on the Citadel.One platform, you can have up to 20 unique addresses for each network)
This extensive portion of the Citadel.One platform puts a lot of power in the users hand, and makes sorting individual transactions easier, faster and more detailed.
Citadel.one is a non-custodial Proof-of-Stake platform for the management and storage of crypto assets. Users can create public addresses for all supported networks with one seed phrase, connect their Ledger or Trezor device, or import an address generated by another wallet.
The analytical dashboard provides relevant information on wallets’ balances and networks’ main metrics. In Citadel.one, we standardize the semantics, making interactions with the platform as easy as possible. The same goes for network metrics. By using universal terms, we are making it easier for users to understand and compare networks.
One of the main functions of the Citadel.one platform is participation in the PoS consensus — users can stake and delegate their assets, claim rewards, and follow the latest network proposals in the voting tab.
Citadel.one offers its users instant cryptocurrency exchange services that allow fast and secure crypto assets swap. It is also possible to buy and sell crypto with a credit or debit card. Citadel.one users can track rewards, withdrawals, transfers, and deposits across all supported networks and add comments to these transactions.
Among PoS platforms, Citadel.one supports BAND network($BAND) Secret Network ($SCRT), Cosmos ($ATOM), ICON ($ICX), IOST, Orbs, and Tezos ($XTZ). We also support Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Tether ($USDT) for our users’ convenience. Mobile and desktop versions, new networks, including Polkadot and Ontology, are scheduled for the upcoming updates. Furthermore, delving into the idea of true decentralization, we envision Citadel.one a decentralized autonomous organization and a genuinely community-owned platform in the nearest future.