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Instructions for OKCoin File Import

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

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

  1. Spot account (Trades) history

  2. Funding account (Deposits and Withdrawals) history

 

 

Please follow the instructions below to prevent errors.

Click here for a video guide.

1. Spot account (Trades) history

Step 1.

Log in to your OKCoin account. (https://www.okcoin.com)

Step 2.

① Click Assets
② Click My Assets in the upper right corner.

Step 3.

Click the Report center tab.

Step 4.

① Select Account history
② Select Spot
③ Click Download.

Step 5.

Download Spot account reports

① Select Customize period

② Specify dates that include your entire transaction history. (Up to 1 year)

③ Click Create report

Step 6.

When Status changes from Creation to Ready, Click Download.

Step 7.

Upload the .zip files you downloaded to Cointelli, no need to unzip the files.

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

Step 8. Time zone:

The timestamps in your .csv file are based on your Windows OS settings. Check the time setting on your windows and select the matching time zone. Then Cointelli will automatically convert them to UTC.

 

 

 

2. Funding account (Deposits, Withdrawals) history

⁕ Step1 - Step3 is the same as above.

Step 4.

① Select Account history
② Select Funding account
③ Click Download.

Step 5.

Download Funding account reports

① Select Customize period

② Specify dates that include your entire transaction history.

② Click Create report

Step 6.

When Status changes from Creation to Ready, click Download.

Step 7.

Upload the .zip files you downloaded to Cointelli, no need to unzip the files.

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

Step 8. Time zone:

The timestamps in your .csv file are based on your Windows OS settings. Check the time setting on your windows and select the matching time zone. Then Cointelli will automatically convert them to UTC.

 

 

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