Introduction to Phemex
Phemex is a cryptocurrency platform that was founded in 2019 by eight former Morgan Stanley Executives. Phemex focuses on a “User Oriented” approach to improve their platform so that traders can easily buy & sell contracts with trust. Phemex allows crypto trading backed by crypto assets and traditional financial assets, such as stock indexes and interest rates.
Phemex also designed their own Hierarchical Deterministic Cold Wallet System. It gives each user a unique deposit address, so that assets are kept in cold wallets (offline crypto storage). Collection and transferring of Bitcoin are all conducted via offline signature with double checking done by the Phemex staff. This allows for funds and transactions to be privately, securely managed .
Do I need to pay taxes when using Phemex?
Depending on the country you pay taxes in and the type of transactions you have made, you may need to pay taxes on your Phemex crypto transactions. If you are unsure, you can try Divly's Crypto Tax Widget which can give you a better indication based on your country's tax rules.
For more information regarding your country-specific crypto tax guidelines, please see Divly's crypto tax guides. These guides are regularly updated with input from our knowledgeable staff and local experts.
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Divly does not currently support the use of the Phemex API but plans to do so in the future.
API Step-by-Step Guide
Login in to you Phemex account.
From the dashboard, click on your account icon, and then select the API Management from the drop down menu.
Then click on Create New API; name your API, put _ as the IP address, and set permission to read only, then click confirm.
From there copy and past the generated API key into Divly to link your account.
You can import Phemex 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.
If you click Generate XXX Report you can create reports that span your entire trading history. You can only do this a few times a month, after you can only generate 3 months of data in each CSV at a time.
Step by step guide:
Sign in to Phemex.
Deposit CSV: Hover over Assets in the top navigation menu and click Deposit. Click on the small link that says View All next to Recent History. Click on Export Deposit History and the CSV file will download.
Withdrawal CSV: Hover over Assets in the top navigation menu and click Withdrawal. Click on the small link that says View All next to Recent History. Click on Export Withdrawal History and the CSV file will download.
Spot Trade CSV: Hover over Assets in the top navigation menu and click Spot History > Trade History. Click on Export Spot History and the CSV file will download.
Drag and drop all the CSV files to where it says Upload CSV. Divly will import the transactions.''
Common issues when calculating your Phemex taxes
If you have any issues with calculating your Phemex taxes, feel free to contact our support team which is available via the online chat on the bottom right hand corner of our website. Good luck!
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