Order history panel shows the system actions related to opening and closing orders. This can be particularly useful for monitoring specific details regarding creation, modification, removal, and execution of orders.

To open Order history panel, go to Terminal -> Order history:



The entire history is displayed as a table with the following fields:


  • Account –login info of the account that opened the order;
  • Symbol –  name of the traded instrument;
  • Side – trade type (Buy or Sell);
  • Event – event identifier (Executed, Created, Modified, Canceled);
  • Type – order type;
  • Price – order price at which a trade took place at;
  • Quantity – a filled amount of an order, in lots or in cryptocurrency units (as set in Settings);
  • Time – time the order was placed;
  • Order ID – unique number the trading system assigns to each order;
  • Date – date the order was placed;
  • Login – login of the user;
  • Symb. type – market category of the symbol;
  • Bought


if 'Side = Buy', then this column shows the value of 'Price * Lot size * Qty.' in base cryptocurrency;

if 'Side = Sell', then this column shows the value of 'Price * Lot size * Qty.' in quoting cryptocurrency.

if 'Side = Buy', then this column shows the value of 'Qty. * Lot size' – amount of bought assests;

if 'Side = Sell', then this column shows the value of 'Price * Lot size * Qty.' in quoting cryptocurrency.

  • Sold

if 'Side = Sell', then this column shows the value of 'Price * Lot size * Qty.' in base cryptocurrency;

if 'Side = Buy', then this column shows the value of 'Price * Lot size * Qty.' in quoting cryptocurrency.

if 'Side = Buy', then this column shows the value of 'Price * Lot size * Qty.' in quoting cryptocurrency;

if 'Side = Sell', then this column shows the value of 'Qty. * Lot size' – amount of sold assets.