In the Sub-Account Transfers section of the Reports page, you can keep track of the transactions made between your Spot Trading accounts.
Customers can check the following details of their internal transactions:
Source (sender account)
Destination (recipient account)
Filtering of the Sub-Account Transfers records is available by the Period, Currency, and Account.
By default, transfers between sub-accounts are displayed for the last month. To customize the period, change the dates in the Start and End date filter boxes.
The range can be changed manually or by selecting the dates in the calendar.
Note: When entering or editing dates manually, press Enter/Return to apply changes. When using the calendar, the selected dates are applied automatically.
All currencies filter is applied by default. The selection of a specific currency is possible through the drop-down list.
All accounts filter is selected by default. The selection of a specific account is possible through the drop-down list.
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