Our archived transactions overview lets you easily navigate through all transactions that have gone through one of our supported protocols.
Let's now do a breakdown of the tables row.
As you can see, this row contains the following fields:
Can be either Sent or Received.
Hovering over the icon will reveal a tooltip with the type of transaction.
When the Type has the Received value, represented by the box logo above, a counterparty VASP has sent you, the compliance officer, a transaction.
This transaction was either Executed, Declined, Canceled or Registered.
When the Type has the Sent value, it means you have sent a transaction to a counterparty VASP through the Send Transactions Notifications button. This transaction was either Executed, Declined or Canceled.
For a better understanding of the whole workflow, check: Advanced Workflow.
On the archived tab there are a few possible statuses:
The best and most common status should be Executed.
If most of your transactions have the status of Executed this means things are working correctly and the transaction is compliant; one of the viable protocols has been used to verify this transaction as compliant.
If the transaction has the status of Declined this means the beneficiary VASP has decided to not allow the transaction to go through. This could be due to KYC checks not meeting the requirements expected by the beneficiary VASP.
If the transaction has the status of Canceled this means the beneficiary VASP approved it, but then the originator decided to cancel the transaction from going through at the last stage of the handshake. This could be due to KYC checks ran on the beneficiary VASP not being validated.
Last of all, as a fallback to the viable protocols, transactions can be manually archived. This might not be fully compliant in some cases but it's useful to keep for future references or for countries that request less information. This will go into a status of Registered.
The name and surname, as registered in the passport or national identity document of the person receiving the transaction.
The name and surname, as registered in the passport or national identity document of the person sending the transaction.
The VASP of the customer who sent the transaction.
Shows the symbol, name and currency code of the Virtual Asset Sent or Received in the transaction. Clicking on the name will redirect you to coinmarketcap, where you can see live information about the transaction’s asset.
The time and date the transaction was either Executed, Declined, Canceled or Registered. The format shown is day/month/year and hour/minutes/seconds. The time will be shown in the time zone configured in your browser and can be seen by hovering over the transaction date. This will reveal a tooltip with the timezone: continent/city format.