When you automatically sync your wallet/exchange accounts to CoinStats, you get transaction history for most exchanges. Still, you might have noticed that, in some cases, not all of your transactions are available on CoinStats. Instead of separate transactions, you have a different transaction row visible as Fill.

In some cases, wallets/exchanges don't give away all your transaction history with an API key and allow us to go back up to a certain amount of trades per trading pair.

That means if all your sales and buys don't match your current balance, the system creates a fake transaction with the same data as your very first trade to "fill" your balance and have it correct.

Fill transactions are created with the following logic:

  • We either take the first transaction date for that specific coin and create the fill transaction for that particular coin with the first date.

  • If we cannot get the first transaction date of that specific coin, we take the same transaction in your portfolio and put that transaction's date on the fill transaction.

The logic mentioned above causes a discrepancy in your chart, as it counts that you had the number of coins stated in your fill transaction from that date until you made a different transaction. Thus, you might see chart points with amounts that you never had in your portfolio.

Also, please note that you can edit the price of your fill transactions with the correct price, following the below steps:

Web

  1. Navigate to the Portfolio Tracker page

  2. Select the portfolio and click on the Transactions button

3. Click on the three dots on the right side of the screen

4. Click on the Edit button
5. Change the price and Save the transaction

Mobile

  1. Go to the Portfolio tab

  2. Tap on the three dots on the top right of the screen and select Orders/Transactions

3. Select the portfolio and transaction

4. Tap on the three dots on the transaction

5. Edit the price and tap on the Update button

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What's Next?

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How to Edit a Transaction in Your Portfolio

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