Spot Wallet Activities
Frequently Asked Questions
Spot Wallet Activities
You can easily view your Spot Wallet activities, including activity history, asset balance, and today’s PnL, from the Binance website and App.
How to view my Spot Wallet activities from the Binance website?
1. Log in to your Binance account and go to [Wallet] - [Fiat and Spot].
2. You can view all your fiat and crypto assets and their respective balance. You can also buy, deposit, convert, trade, and withdraw them under [Action].
Please note that the assets are ranked according to the value of your holdings, calculated based on the latest market price. You can sort the assets by clicking the arrows next to each field.
3. You can view all the crypto in your Spot Wallet. Click the asset and it’ll open up a panel on the right. For more details, please refer to How to View Single Token PNL Analysis on Binance Spot.
- The currency details page only supports your transaction history for the past 3 months. To view older transaction records, please refer to How to Download Spot Trading Transaction History Statement.
- Currently, you can only view your deposit, withdrawal, Binance Convert, buy, sell, Binance Earn, distribution, and transfer history.
How to view my Spot Wallet activities from the Binance App?
1. Log in to your Binance App and go to [Wallets] - [Spot]. Here you can view all the crypto assets you hold and their respective balance, ranked from high to low based on the latest market price.
*Please note that the valuation displayed on your Spot Wallet does not represent the actual value of the asset you hold.
2. Tap on a specific crypto to view details on the asset.
1. Why doesn’t the Spot Wallet value estimation match the market price?
The fiat value displayed on the Spot Wallet is an estimation for your reference only. It is calculated by first converting the coin’s value to BTC, then converting the BTC value to fiat. Due to the difference in the exchange rate and market price, the value estimation shown might not reflect your actual asset value. Do not evaluate the balance of your wallet using the valuation in fiat currency. Instead, please use the total amount of your coin. For example, if you have 0.5 BNB, you have 0.5 BNB regardless of the valuation in fiat.
2. Why does [Today’s PnL] differ from my actual profit & loss?
There are many different ways to calculate profit and loss. The method you use may differ from the formula Binance uses. For more details, hover over the [Information] icon next to [Today’s PNL].
Alternatively, you can manually calculate your profit and loss by downloading your Spot Wallet history.
3. Why are some transaction records missing from my wallet history?
Some products’ transaction records, such as Dual Investment and Simple Earn Locked Products, are still being updated, so you may not be able to view them directly on the [History] page. You can generate a transaction statement to view your transaction details.
4. Why can’t I view transaction history older than 6 months?
For security reasons, you can only view up to 6 months of transaction records and enquire about no more than 3 months’ records in a single query. To view older transaction history, please refer to How to Use Binance Account Statements.
5. How do I export all sales records for tax filing?
Please refer to How to Obtain Tax Reporting on Binance & Frequently Asked Questions.
6. How can I see a breakdown of the currencies I own?
You can use the Account Statement function to generate a snapshot of your account across your Binance wallets and export it as a JPEG image/PDF file, or send it to your registered email address. Please refer to How to Use Binance Account Statements.
7. Why is my equity value so low?
This estimated equity value is first converted to BTC and then to USDT (or any fiat currency you have chosen in the settings).
Due to the difference in the exchange rate and market price, the value estimation shown might not reflect your actual asset value. Do not evaluate the balance of your wallet using the valuation in fiat currency. Instead, please use the total amount of your coin. For example, if you have 0.5 BNB, you have 0.5 BNB regardless of the valuation in fiat.