Transaction Reporting

Our transaction reporting provides a detailed breakdown of all your transaction activity to help manage your business revenue and review your transaction information. You can customize and download a CSV file of your transaction history. 

Report types

You can create a report for all transactions.

Filter reports

You can select a specific date range for the information you want included in your transaction report. See below for the available options: 

  • All (default): All activity 

  • Year-to-date: January 1st of current year - present 

  • Last month: Activity from the last full calendar month

  • Custom: Activity from a start/end date

Download reports

You can download your transaction history report as a CSV file.

Reporting fields

Field name


Transaction completed

The date and time (UTC) when a transaction was completed.

Transaction initiated

The date and time (UTC) when a transaction was started. 

Amount requested

The fiat value of the generated charge.

Transaction ID code

The order code for payments made to you.


This displays the payment status.

Asset used for payment

This shows the asset used for payment.

Subtotal in crypto

The amount sent in your settlement currency not including fees

Subtotal in fiat

The amount sent in the fiat value not including fees

Asset used for fees

The cryptocurrency used for the Coinbase Commerce processing fee

Customer address

The address where your customer sent funds from. Note, this address can be associated with an exchange hot wallet, or self-custody wallet.

Deposit address

Where all customer payments will settle. 


This shows all the metadata of your transaction, including your customer’s name and email address. 

System ID

This shows a UUID for all your transactions.

Transaction hash

A transaction hash/id is a unique string of characters that is given to every transaction that is verified and added to the blockchain. In many cases, a transaction hash is needed in order to locate funds.