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Instructions for FTX File Import

How to import your FTX trades, deposits, and withdrawals history into Cointelli

It is necessary to import transaction histories for trades, deposits, and withdrawals.

  1. Trades history

  2. Deposits history

  3. Withdrawals history

 

 

Please follow the instructions below to prevent errors.

Click here for a video guide.

1. Trades history

Step 1.

Log in to your FTX account. (https://ftx.com)

Step 2.

① Click Accounts
② Click Trade History in the upper right corner.

Step 3.

Click the Filter Table icon at the top of the Trades list to set all items to All.

Step 4.

① Click the Filter Time Window icon next to it
② Set the Start Time and End Time to include all transactions.

Step 5.

Click the Download CSV icon to download the file.

Step 6.

Upload the .csv files you downloaded to Cointelli.

(Please import the downloaded files as is, without editing the file name, extension, content, etc, to avoid errors.)

 

 

 

 

2. Deposits history

Step 1.

Log in to your FTX account. (https://ftx.com)

Step 2.

Click WALLET at the top and click the DEPOSITS tab.

Step 3. DEPOSITS

① Check Show time in UTC

② Click the Filter Time Window icon.

③ Set the Start time and End time to include all transactions

Step 4.

Click the Download CSV icon to download the file.

Step 5.

Upload the .csv files you downloaded to Cointelli.

(Please import the downloaded files as is, without editing the file name, extension, content, etc, to avoid errors.)

 

 

 

 

3. Withdrawals history

Step 1.

Log in to your FTX account. (https://ftx.com)

Step 2.

Click WALLET at the top and click the WITHDRAWALS tab.

Step 3. WITHDRAWALS

① Check show time in UTC

② Click the Filter time window icon.

③ Set the Start time and End time to include all transactions

Step 4.

Click the Download CSV icon to download the file.

Step 5.

Upload the .csv files you downloaded to Cointelli.

(Please import the downloaded files as is, without editing the file name, extension, content, etc, to avoid errors.)

 

 

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