If you are not certain about what’s happening with your transaction, you can use the BTC.com Block Explorer to get an overview about the status of your transaction.
Bitcoin Block Explorer: btc.com
Bitcoin Cash Block Explorer: bch.btc.com
Copy and paste the address of the transaction/ transaction hash in the search bar on the top of the website. Now you can either see the number of confirmations or the text that the transaction is unconfirmed.
In the BTC.com wallet simply go to your “My Wallet” overview, tap the transaction that you want to learn more about and click “More info: See on BTC.com. It will direct you to the Block Explorer. Once you see that the “clock” icon disappeared next to your transaction in the wallet, it means that your transaction is confirmed.
Many service require your transaction to have at least 6 confirmations before you can spend that amount. It means that there have been already 5 blocks minded on top of the block that contains your transaction. This makes it virtually impossible for an attacker to change that transaction as it would require such a high amount of computing power that’s infeasible to produce. That’s why we say that after 6 confirmation your transaction is secure and not possible to change anymore.
Please be sure to only send Bitcoin to a Bitcoin address, and Bitcoin Cash to a Bitcoin Cash address. Similarly, use your Bitcoin address to request payments for Bitcoin, and so on with Bitcoin Cash.