How to do your OKX (OKEx) taxes in 2022
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Introduction to OKX
OKX is a Seychelles based cryptocurrency company that offers an exchange and many other services. The site has more than 20 million users based in more than 100 countries. Through OKX, users have the ability to spot trade 343 currencies, with over 300 of these being cryptos. OKX offers a simplified trading experience and can be helpful for beginners new to cryptocurrency.
OKX offers very high rewards for staking tokens on its site. Another positive of trading on OKX is that the fees are lower than most exchanges. The highest you will pay on spot trades is .10%, which is already lower than many exchanges but you may qualify for a discounted rate depending on how much you trade.
How to export your OKX transaction history
You can import OKX transactions into Divly by downloading and importing a CSV file. Make sure to download the CSV file every time you want to include the latest transactions.
To import your transactions, please download both the Trading Account History file and the Funding Account History file.
Step by step guide:
Sign in to OKX.
In the navigation bar, hover over Assets and click on Order center.
Funding Account History: Select the Funding account history tab. Click Download, select All for Account Type, set your date range, and click Export. Download the file when its ready.
Trading Account History: Select the Trading account history tab. Click Download, set your date range, and click Export. Download the file when its ready.
In Divly, drag and drop the CSV files to where it says Upload CSV. Divly will import the transactions.
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