This article will show you how to: 

  1. Generate a new Bitcoin receive address 
  2. View all the Bitcoin addresses that have been created for one account 
  3. See the balance and the transaction history of a receive address  

This video provides an overview of the functionality: 

Description: 

How to generate a new Bitcoin receive address 

In order to create a new address for your bitcoin account, open the account and select the three buttons at the top left of the "Account Detail" screen and select "Show address".
You can also access this screen by simply pressing the "Receive" button.

In the "Address" screen, select "Generate new address".  The new address will appear in the screen, along with the QR code. You can now share the address through the QR code or by copying it to your clipboard. 

How to view all the Bitcoin receive addresses that have been created for one account 

To view all the receive addresses that have been created for an bitcoin account, open the bitcoin account and select the three buttons at the top left of the "Account Detail" screen and select "Show address".
In the "Address" screen, select "See all addresses". TrustVault will display a list of all the receive addresses. 

ℹ️ The addresses are sorting in descending order by date 

 How to view the balance and the transaction history of a receive address 

To view all the receive addresses that have been created for an bitcoin account, open the bitcoin account and select the three buttons at the top left of the "Account Detail" screen and select "Show address".
In the "Address" screen, select "See all addresses". TrustVault will display a list of all the receive addresses. In order to see the transaction history for one of the receive addresses, select the corresponding address. Then select "See all received transactions". 

In "All received transactions" screen will then show you the total number of transactions and funds received to this receive address as well as the the detailed transaction history.
 

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