For a cryptocurrency transfer processed out successfully, it carries its number of transactions, which serves as proof of the transfer so that your wallet is credited with the corresponding amount.
As long as there is an existing transfer on the blockchain, it is referred to as a unique id number of transactions called hash - this code is a long sequence composed of numbers and digits. This hash contributes to validating and finding any transaction on the blockchain network.
In order to be able to see the hash, please on your Dashboard select the Transactions menu. There you will be able to see your transaction history filtered by date and amount. Find the transaction you would like to check on, make a click and a window will open with all the details. From there you will be able to copy the hash and present it as proof of the transfer if needed.