We are pleased to announce that Derivatives traders can now export up to six months of their transaction history as a CSV file. Get a fuller view of your trades and adjust your investment plan for the months ahead.
With this addition, the Crypto.com Exchange now supports transaction history exports for Derivatives and Spot Trading.
The transaction types that are available for download include:
- Wallet Transactions History for Spot and Derivatives
- Order History for Spot, Margin, and Derivatives
- Staking Rewards: Including CRO staking interest, Soft Staking interest, and trading fee rebates
- Referral bonuses and trading fee commissions
- Supercharger rewards (For participants using the Crypto.com Exchange)
To export your Derivatives transaction history, simply go to your Derivatives Wallet in the Exchange.
Note: Derivatives Exchange can support data exports for up to 6 months for Order and Trade history, and up to 1 month for Wallet Transaction history.
Please visit the Help Centre for full details on exporting your Exchange transaction history.
Important Note on Derivatives Trading
You must seek professional advice regarding your particular situation before conducting derivatives trading. The risk of loss can be substantial. You may lose all or more than the Virtual Assets when trading. You may be called upon at short notice to make additional Virtual Asset contributions. If you do not make such contributions within the prescribed time, your Virtual Assets may be lost without further notice to you. You should therefore carefully consider whether such arrangements are suitable for you in light of your investment objectives, financial circumstances, your tolerance to risks and your investment experience. You should be capable of bearing a full loss of the amounts invested as a result of or in connection with any order and any additional loss over and above the initial amounts invested that may become due and owing by you. In considering whether to trade or invest, or use any derivative trading facility or other service, you should inform yourself and be aware of the risks generally, and in particular should note the specific risk factors which may apply.