VA - Listing Closed Trades (4/4)

When the trade is closed, there are two ledger transactions:

  1. The first one is between accounts of the trading pair's first currency.
  2. The second one is between accounts of the second currency in the trading pair.

In the BTC/ETH example (seen in the article: Introducing Trading), there is a ledger-to-ledger transaction of BTC and a ledger-to-ledger ETH transaction. Blockages on both trades are deleted, the trade is not active anymore, and it is moved to historical trades.


  1. List closed trades - v3 REST API.
    curl --request POST \
         --url \
         --header 'x-api-key: {YOUR_API_KEY}' \
         --header 'accept: application/json' \
         --header 'content-type: application/json' \
         --data '
      "pageSize": 50,
      "offset": 0
            "created": 1609617722713,
            "amount": "1",
            "price": "40",
            "fill": "1",
            "type": "BUY",
            "pair": "BTC/ETH",
            "currency1AccountId": "5f914e372e47312bc56d8d3d",
            "currency2AccountId": "5f914e0a2e47312bc56d8d3b"
            "fee": null,
            "feeAccountId": null,
            "id": "5e68c66581f2ee32bc354087"
  2. You can see that the only difference is the fill property, which is the same as the trade amount (seen in the article: Listing Open Trades).