You may want to retrieve your own trading history or the full trading history for a particular trading pair.

In this article we will explain how to do both, in multiple ways.

Check and Download your Trades Report

1. To retrieve your own trading history go to Reports -> Trades.

2. Select Start Date & End Date (or you can select one of the pre-defined date range below), the Margin, the Market, the Sde (Buy or Sell), and #items Per Page, the results will automatically update below. You may export, at maximum 1000 entries of the history in .csv and .xlsx formats by clicking on the "Export .csv" and "Export .xlsx" buttons, respectively.

Get your trades via API

Note that, before doing this you will need to generate your API Key.

1. Go to the API Documentation

2. Go to the "Trades history" subsection of the "Trading history" section and navigate to the

GET /api/2/history/trades

method. This method allows you to get your own trading history and requires only the "Orderbook, History, Trading balance" API Key Access Right. This REST API method can be used to fetch the full trades history for the pair by using the offset parameter.

Trading History for A Trading Pair

One can view the trading history for a particular trading pair on a number of places on the exchange.

View Recent Trades

1. Go to "Trade".

2. Locate the "Time & Sales" widget.

Here you can view an updating list of the past several trades.

Get Market Trades via API

1. Go to the API Documentation

2. Go to the "Trades" subsection of the "Market data" section and navigate to the

GET /api/2/public/trades/{symbol}

method. This REST API method can be used to fetch the full trades history for the pair by using the offset parameter.

Similarly, navigating to the "Get Trades" subsection of the "Socket Market Data" section and navigate to the

getTrades

section allows you to get the trades history via WebSockets.

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