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Version 3.0 is Here

Improved features, a new look and much more.

After carefully considering user feedback, we are delighted to unveil an array of new features and upgrades to our suite of reporting tools, outlined in greater detail in this post.

We have also created a dedicated website to track changes, notes, releases and other features related to our reporting tool.

If you have any additional feedback on how we can continue to improve our reporting tools, please reach out to or send a Pull request on our GitHub repositories.

New style

Along with the style changes to the main website, the reports sections have an improved look with some new specifications.

New login methodology

We’ve simplified the login procedure. Users are saved locally, which means that there is no need to remember the API keys. This makes the process faster and more intuitive. Users can also add a password that encrypts their login information, protecting it from other users using the same terminal.

Csv exports

In a step taken to simplify exports, users can now select the folder where the csv files will be exported, as shown on the following gif.

Click Alt, option or command depending on your configuration to open the menu.

Staking rewards

This new section shows all the rewards available related to staking activity. To get more information about staking and how it works, visit

Change logs

This new section shows all the changes made to the Bitfinex account, enabling users to keep track of changes made to their account. It shows where changes have been made providing the ability to track any suspicious activity.

Additional improvements

1 — Fixes in win/loss statements

2 — Fixes in DB synchronization

3 — Add support to old pairs and alternative protocols

4 — Unify calendar usage

5 — Display all derivatives

Future Plans

There are a variety of enhancements in the pipeline for the reporting tool in 2020:

  • Show account and sub-account activity as one account
  • Export tax report enabled for digital signature
  • New sub site for improved downloading of public data
  • Optimized framework for sharing data between users

While we have many future plans for our reporting tools, what matters most to us is developing a framework that matches the needs of our users. To assist us, please share your feedback at:

Stay up to date with Bitfinex on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram & Instagram.

We’ve open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to us. If you are interested in learning more about these, please visit our Github.

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