The Bitfinex Report is a tool that allows traders to conveniently track, manage and analyse trading, funding, movements, and log activity across their Bitfinex account.
What are the available types of reports at Bitfinex?
The following data is available for your account through the Bitfinex Report.
- Account Summary provides a summary of your account's different fee rates, as well as the LEO discount level and the average amount of LEO held over the last 30 days.
- Ledgers display all your most recent entries shown by default, and a time filter is available to retrieve time-specific data.
- Trades displays your most recent trades, which you can retrieve by default, and a time filter is available to retrieve time-specific data.
- Orders display the historical closed or cancelled orders.
Positions show the data on active and past positions. Results for a specific period can be retrieved using timestamps.
Note: When you click on the position ID, it brings up an audit of your positions.
Funding displays the history of your funding bids and offers, also the loans you have taken whether used or unused. You can specify by currency to see the details of each funding bid and offer.
Bids & Offers: Shows past inactive funding offers.
Loans (Unused): shows inactive funds not used in positions.
Credit (Used): Shows inactive funds used in positions.
Earnings displays funding interest earnings, staking earnings as well as affiliate rebates. These are all in different tabs that you can further filter by time and currency.
Funding Earnings: Displays your interest earnings ledger entries from the past. By default, the most recent entries are shown; however, a timestamp can receive time-specific data.
Staking Earnings: Highlights your staking payment ledger entries from the past.
Although the most recent entries are returned by default, a timestamp can be used to receive time-specific entries.
Affiliate Earnings: Displays historical ledger entries for fee and affiliate rebate earned. By default, the most recent entries are returned. However, a timestamp can be used to retrieve time-specific entries.
- Wallets show your currency wallet composition and your past deposits/withdrawals. You can specify a currency to retrieve different movements specific to that currency.
Public Trades: Displays historical public trades and contains information such as the transaction’s price, size, and time. In addition, this section offers the option of synchronising specific pairs and periods.
Public Funding: Shows previous public funding and includes information such as price, size, and time. In addition, this section contains optional capabilities for synchronising specific pairs and periods.
Spot: Displays the history of recent tickers. Historical data of the best bid and ask at 10-second intervals is provided. In addition, data from the previous year is available. The oldest results are separated by 30 minutes. This section includes optional capabilities for synchronising specific pairs and periods.
Derivatives: Displays platform information regarding the status of derivatives pairs. This section includes optional capabilities for synchronising specific pairs and periods.
Each reports section offers unique filters to retrieve the type of information you require.
Note: We recommend that you read through our Reporting Application article if you're looking for a report which you can use for tax purposes.
If you have any questions regarding your Bitfinex Reports, feel free to contact Bitfinex Support.