Blockchains and crypto wallets can seem complicated to new users! This guide will help you find your NFT sales on your blockchain explorer and in your wallet.
Etherscan is a useful tool for exploring the Ethereum blockchain. If you've sold an item on Ethereum, you can search your wallet address to see your token balance or enter a transaction hash to verify transaction history. It's an easy way to verify whether a transaction was completed.
If you are using the MetaMask wallet, select the three dots at the top right of the extension, and select "View on Etherscan" to go view your token balance and transaction history on Etherscan.
Transactions such as NFT sales and creator earnings payments are viewable under the "Internal Txns" tab on an Etherscan/Polygonscan account page.
Please keep in mind the transaction records will have OpenSea's 2.5% fee and project creator earnings (if any) automatically deducted. Crypto wallets like MetaMask will not display internal transactions.
Alternatively, if you sold an NFT through an auction, you may need to add WETH as a token in your MetaMask or crypto wallet to view it there.