Trade history is a special view panel that provides information related to all the orders that are closed (successfully or unsuccessfully) in the market in the recent past including yours. This view also shows you your own orders that are not closed yet and are still pending. There are three sub-views in Trade history panel.
- Market Trade History
- Mine Trade History
- Open orders
Market Trade History comes up when you click on Market and shows the list of your market orders that are closed. Green orders are buy orders and the ones with red text are sell orders. In this example pair, Price column shows the desired rate for cryptocurrency, Volume column shows the desired volume of cryptocurrency you wanted to buy or sell and Total shows the payment that is either paid or received for a particular order. In the first column of first row, 9350 XBITS is the desired rate for 1 ETH. The second column in the first row shows the desired volume of the ETH i.e 0.81 and the last column in this row shows the payment price i.e 7642. As the color of this order is green, this means that this is a buy order. The next order with red color in the second row has red text and shows a sell order. You can also click on info option to check the order information in detail.
Mine Trade History comes up when you click on mine and shows your limit orders that are closed. In Mine section, just like market orders, green texted orders are the limit buy orders that went through and red orders are the limit sell orders that are closed. The columns of Price, Volume and Total have the same meaning as in Market orders.
Open orders come up when you click on open and shows your pending orders (Limit orders) and the color scheme as well as the columns have the same meaning here. However, there is a bucked option here that you can use to delete a pending order you created by mistake or is no longer required to be fulfilled.