After installing Litecoin from - http://support.bitexchange.systems/support/articles/how-to-install-litecoin-in-your-server?ht_al=NTky
We check whether blockchain has started loading first
Leave it for sometime hours for the blocks to download.
Once the blocks are downloaded, you can verify by checking the Blocks and Headers count. If both numbers are equal, then it means the chain is up to date.
Navigate to “Crypto Address” Tab from Exchange frontend navigation bar and Select the coin LTC. Then Click Generate Address.
Once address is generated, You will see a green alert. Also in the Address table, you will see the address generated and date, time of the address generation.
Copy this address
And Goto Litecoin Testnet Faucet - http://testnet.litecointools.com/
Paste the copied address and click recaptcha. Then click “Give me some coins” button.
Once you click “give me some coins” button, you will see a text above the box. It is the transaction id. Copy this and keep it in a note pad.
In the command line, type
Here you can see the current Wallet balance and Unconfirmed wallet balance.
Unconfirmed wallet balance - When we transfer coins from testnet to wallet, with 1 confirmation the amount is sent to unconfirmed balance first. With 3 confirmations, the amount is transferred to wallet.
Checking the transaction with the transaction ID copied In step 6. Keep seeing the number of confirmations for the transaction repeatedly until it turns 3.
litecoin-cli gettransaction ”paste the transaction id”
litecoin-cli gettransaction ”6b94e51foa97936583dc92461208dab421a390ca9375eb871a7876135b8b26b9”
Checking from Cron
You should see the transaction ID to make sure cron is running properly.
Checking in frontend Crypto wallet page
When the confirmation is 1, you will see under Recent Deposit with the transaction status as “Pending”. When the confirmation turns 3 the status changes from pending to “Completed”.
That’s it! Once completed, You should see the amount added in wallet.