It’s Mike Aromday again. This material will be short, but important and it’ll have some new information. I will tell you how to check balance and transactions on BINANCE and KUCOIN, for auto-trading on CRYPTORG. In the previous videos, I talked about how to transfer crypto money to BINANCE and KUCOIN. You must be interested in how you can see the incoming and outcoming funds, as well as how much you currently have in your balance. I’ll explain it in this video, step by step.
Checking the balance on Binance
On the site BINANCE, go to the section “Funds” and then the subsection “Balances”. Here, we’ll see the list of cryptocurrencies—there are many different coins and the list is very long. In the left part of the screen, you will see the icons of each crypto coin and the name of it. Next to it, you have the information on how much crypto money you have in total on your balance—”Total balance”. Further on, we can find information on how much cryptocurrency you have available at the current moment, under “Available balance”. You can check how many coins you have in orders under “In Order” and “Bitcoin Value” will tell you to have much you have in Bitcoin value. Up here, we see information about the total cost of all our cryptocurrency in Bitcoin and dollars. In my case, the total amount of crypto money I have on this BINANCE account right now is 0.07199581 BTC or 463 dollars.
We can scroll down the list of crypto money and see the different coins. There are a lot! For example, let’s look at Bitcoin and check how much I have in my account—about 0.00261454 BTC. Let’s check Ethereum. This is how much I have right now. And let’s check how much I have in Bitcoin Cash. Here is the information on that. Everything is very simple.
But where can we check the crypto transactions to and from BINANCE? I will tell you now. Let’s go to the section “Funds”, and click “Transaction History”. Here, you will find two tabs “Deposit” and “Withdraw”. In the tab “Deposit”, you can see any incoming cryptocurrency into your wallet, the address will be from a web site such as BX IN TH. Here, we have the status of deals, the name of the coin (in my case Bitcoin), the amount funds, the date of deposit as well as the address from which the coins came from.
In the tab “Withdraw”, you can keep track of the money you have transferred from your BINANCE wallet to other systems. For example, payment to CRYPTORG service or if you’ve withdrawn money to BX IN TH. Here, you can keep track of all the withdrawal transactions from your account. It also displays information about the status of the deal, the name of the coin, the number of funds, date of withdrawal, and the address where you transferred the money to.
Checking the balance on Kucoin
On the website KUCOIN, go to the section “Assets” and click “Overview”— this step is not really necessary because it’ll usually open by itself after you click on ‘Assets’. And we can now see the list of crypto money. In the left part of the screen, you will see the icons of each coin as well as the names of it. Next, we can find information about how much cryptocurrency is currently available, under “Available balance”.
After that, ‘Total balance’ will show you how much you have in your balance, and ‘In Order’ will show you how much coins you have in the orders you’ve placed. Above all that, we can see information about the total cost of all your cryptocurrency in BTC and dollars – Estimated Value BTC = $, Available BTC = $, and In Orders BTC = $.
I am scrolling down the list of crypto money and checking some of the coins. Again, there are so many coins! For example, check Bitcoin and you can now see how much BTC I have on my KUCOIN account. You can see how much I can withdraw; how much is in my orders and my total BTC. Next, I’ll check my Ethereum. We can now see my total amount of Ethereum and this section will tell you how much of this currency you have at the moment on KUCOIN. And the last one is Bitcoin Cash, it’s exactly the same—do you understand the layout now?
But where can you find the transaction history for all of the incoming and outcoming crypto on KUCOIN? Just one moment, please. This site is a little bit different from BINANCE. Go to the page “Assets” and click the subsection “Overview”, from here just choose the coin you want to look at, you’ll then be able to see your transactions for this coin. Let’s just try it with Bitcoin. Near the information about cryptocurrency, you can see 2 tabs – “Deposit” and “Withdraw”. In the tab “Deposit”, you can see any incoming crypto money to your wallet address on KUCOIN from another system, for example, from BX IN TH.
Here, you can find the status of deals, the name of the crypto (in my case Bitcoin), the amount of money, the date the funds were deposited, address from where the crypto came from. In the tab “Withdraw”, you’ll see your transferred funds from your KUCOIN wallet to another system, like CRYPTORG bots or BX IN TH, you can see all your withdrawal transactions.
Also, it’ll show the details of the deal, name of the crypto, amount of money, date of withdrawal, and the address of where you transferred the money to. But I have yet to withdraw or deposit anything, so it’s all empty right now.
So that’s our video lesson, I taught you how to check your balance on BINANCE and KUCOIN. We now know where to check the balance and all translations on crypto stocks.