Back Office Guide

Getting started

Authorization and permissions

To get access to the Back Office you need an active profile in the system. Use login and password, provided by the administrator to log in the system.

In case of error, check login and password correctness, input language, Caps Lock key. If everything seems to be correct, contact the administrator to check the status of your profile.

Note

Access to different parts and/or functions of the Back Office depends on your permissions.

Your permissions depend on the user group you’re included in.

General interface options

All screens of the Back Office interface are designed similarly and most of them provide common functions, such as data exporting, visibility settings, and so on, which will be covered in more detail in the following sections.

Here are some general notes on the interface options, which are available in the topbar on all screens:

  • click the burger button to expand/collapse the main menu,

  • click the shield icon to see antifraud notifications, counter badge on the icon shows the number of new notifications,

  • click the bell icon to see pending clients requests, counter badge on the icon shows the number of new requests,

  • click the language icon to select language,

  • click your login to see the log out button.

Buttons below always have the same functions throughout the interface:

  • search buttonsearch button is located in table header and used to apply filters,

  • reset buttonreset button is located in table header and used to reset applied filters,

  • edit buttonedit button is located in table row and used to switch to detailed view of the content,

  • delete buttondelete button is located in table row and used to delete this row content,

  • create buttoncreate button is located above the table and used to add a new entry,

  • export buttonexport button is located above table and used to export table content to a CSV file.

Some content of the pages (like ID or name) are hyperlinks, which lead you to the details page, if you have required permissions.

Filters and sorting

As data in the Back Office subsections is organized in tables, you may sort and filter its content.

If sorting by the parameter is available, you’ll see arrows near the column header:

  • inactive arrows (gray): sorting by this parameter is disabled,

  • active up arrow: ascending sorting,

  • active down arrow: descending sorting.

Note

Sorting by only one parameter can be applied at a time.

If search filters are available, you’ll see input fields under the column header. Type of input depends on the column content: it can be text, number, date, selector, etc. For filtering by date usually two fields are available: start date and end date, so that you can specify a period.

To enable filtering, click the search button. To cancel filtering, click the reset button.

Note

Several filters can be applied at a time. You can also sort filtered data.

Pagination

You can specify number of rows in a table by selecting the number of records to be displayed.

You can directly specify the page to be displayed or use left/right arrows to navigate to previous/next page.

Visibility settings

You can choose which data you want to display in the table: click Visibility Settings and mark/unmark the columns you’d like to display/hide.

Note

Visibility settings will be changed for all the users of the Back Office.

Data export

Almost all pages of the Back Office support data export to CSV. Generated file can be either downloaded to your computer or sent to the email address, specified for your profile: click export button and select the required option.

Note

Exported file will match your current sorting, applied filters, and visibility setting.

Clients

The Clients section contains information about all registered traders in the B2Core UI. Here you can manage your clients.

See also

Managing clients

General

This subsection contains a list of all clients registered in the in the B2Core UI.

ID

Identifier of the client in the system.

Name

Client’s name.

Created

Date and time of client’s profile creation.

Status

Current status of the client in the B2Core UI, refer to Client statuses for details.

Email

Email address the client uses to log in to the B2Core UI.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the client list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Manager

Manager of the client, refer to Managers for details.

Phone

Client’s phone number.

Country

Country if specified by the client at registration/KYC, refer to Countries for countries list.

City

Client city.

Types

Client type, refer to Types for details.

Internal client type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Verification level

Some operations in the B2Core UI may require verification of certain level, refer to Verification for details.

Company Short

Short name of the client’s company.

Company Full

Full name of the client company.

Risk level

Client trading status may vary depending on the risk level.

Last login

Date and time of client last log in to the B2Core UI.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info interface is split into several tabs, menu button in the upper right corner opens a drop-down list of additional tabs. These tabs will be covered in more detail in the following sections.

Client tab

The Client tab is visible by default. It contains client’s personal data and profile info such as status, verification, etc. On this tab you can also add client phone number, and dial that number via the configured provider.

Note

Disabled (gray) fields cannot be edited (most of them are system fields and filled automatically).

Note that changing the following fields values may affect client’s permissions:

  • Email — this field is disabled by default, but you can enable it by clicking the pencil icon. Note that this is an email address, which client uses to log in the system. History of email addresses changes you can see in Historical info tab.

  • Status — refer to Client statuses for details.

  • Client type — some restrictions may be specified depending on client’s type, refer to Types for details.

  • Manager — availability of some operations may vary for clients of different offices/managers, refer to Managers for details.

  • Verification level and Verification — some operations in the B2Core UI may require verification of certain level.

  • Tag — does not affect client’s permissions, but can be used by administrator to search and display clients with specified tags, refer to Users for details.

  • Risk level — trading status may vary depending on risk level.

Note

Birthday field is disabled by default — click the pencil icon to enable editing. Note, that a user must be at least 18 years old.

Services tab

On this tab you can view a list of paid services to which the client is connected and connect the client to a new service (Add client service).

Note

For some services it may be required to specify additional parameters when connecting a client — refer to Parameters for details.

Service full name

Service name, refer to List for details

Service group

Name of the group in which this service is included, refer to Groups for details

Status

Status of subscription

Advanced tab

On this tab you can see additional data that the client specified during registration.

The set of fields depends on the registration wizard settings.

Event Log tab

On this tab you can add notes and comments about the client. We support text formatting, hyperlinks, attachments, admin tagging, replies, and message editing.

You can tag a particular admin in the Event log you create, and the admin you have tagged will automatically get a notification email with details of the log event.

Address tab

On this tab you can view a list of client addresses and details.

Accounts tab

On this tab you can view a list of client’s accounts.

refer to Accounts for fields and explanations.

Transactions tab

Select the transaction type to view:

Deposit

A list of client’s deposits. refer to Deposits for fields and explanations.

Payout

A list of client’s payouts. refer to Payouts for fields and explanations.

Transfer

A list of client’s transfers. refer to Transfers for fields and explanations.

Exchange

A list of client’s exchanges. refer to Exchange for fields and explanations.

Balance change operation

History of balance changes made by the administrator via the Back Office, contains the following information:

  • Date and time of balance changing

  • Account number

  • Amount of operation

  • Credit/Debit type of operation

  • Admin user who performed the operation

Note

Balance changes by the Back Office administrator are not displayed in the Deposits and Payouts lists.

Password change history tab

This tab contains information about client’s password changes.

Date

Date and time of password change.

Type

Type of password changing:

  • Restored — client reset the password

  • Changed by admin — client’s password was changed by administrator

Changed by

Email address of the performer.

Settings tab

This tab is used to specify trading and account restrictions for the client.

Communication Language

refer to Localizations for a list of supported languages.

Request color

You can define the color which will be used to highlight requests of this client in Requests, and so additionally mark it for your convenience. Enter the color name or hex, or rgba, or click the grey field to pick the color from palette.

Exchange blocked

If Yes, exchange widgets in the B2Core UI are unavailable for this client. This option will overwrite the restrictions based on the verification level, refer to Verification for details.

Deposits blocked

If Yes, deposits in the B2Core UI are unavailable for this client. This option will overwrite the restrictions based on the verification level, refer to Verification for details.

Withdrawals blocked

If Yes, withdrawals in the B2Core UI are unavailable for this client. This option will overwrite the restrictions based on the verification level, refer to Verification for details.

Converter blocked

If Yes, exchanges in the B2Core UI are unavailable for this client. This option will overwrite the restrictions based on the verification level, refer to Verification for details.

Internal transfer blocked

If Yes, internal transfers between wallets in the B2Core UI are unavailable for this client. This option will overwrite the restrictions based on the verification level, refer to Verification for details.

Rights tab

On this tab you can overwrite access rights for the client. Access rights define which transactions the client can make in the B2Core UI. For details, refer to Client rights.

If you change access rights for the client individually, on this tab the new value will be displayed with *.

Options tab

Use this tab to define individual accounts limitations for this client:

  • Max number of demo trading accounts

  • Max number of live trading accounts

This values (if set) will overwrite default system limitations, refer to Products for details.

Test results tab

On this tab you can view a list of tests which the client has passed in the B2Core UI and their results. refer to Client tests for more details.

Trades tab

On this tab you can view a history of client trades.

Order ID

Order identifier on the exchange.

Instrument

Currency pair.

Side

Trade side: buy or sell.

Quantity

Trade amount in the quoted currency.

Price

Execution price.

Value

Trade amount in the base currency.

Fee

Trade commission.

Fee Product

Trade commission currency.

Date

Date and time of the trade.

MT accounts tab

On these tabs you can view a list of client’s MetaTrader accounts. The list can be divided into several tabs according to the number of active platforms.

refer to MT accounts for fields and explanations.

B2Margin accounts tab

Use this tab to monitor client’s margin accounts in B2Margin system.

ID

System record identifier.

Account ID

Identifier of B2Margin account.

Currency

Account currency.

Balance

Account total balance.

Equity

Account equity.

Margin

Account total margin.

Free Margin

Account available margin.

Unrealized PL

Current profit/loss on open positions.

Open Positions

Number of open positions.

Open Orders

Number of open orders.

Created At

Date and time of account creation.

To see details, click the account. Account details contain the following tabs:

  • Positions — a list of open positions

  • Open Orders — a list of open margin orders

  • Trades — a list of executed trades

  • Order History — a list of all margin orders opened from this account

Files tab

On this tab you can view, add, upload, download and delete files related to a client.

By default, folder tree on this tab corresponds to the Client folders. You can additionally create and manage custom folders as a more advanced file storage. You can create a folder tree with any nesting depth. You cannot delete the pre-defined folders on this tab. You can view only those pre-defined system folders, to which you were granted access.

If a system folder is created with the same name as that of a custom folder of some client, a _Custom postfix will be added to the name of the custom folder, and a system folder with the same name will be created next to it.

Use following buttons to get the required functionality:

Download all

Get an email with a zip file, containing all files of a particular client.

Add file

Upload client files from your computer or a cloud into the system.

Add multiple files

Use this button to upload multiple files at once.

Add directory

Create new directories.

Edit

Edit file names or move files into another directories. Files can only be moved between the directories of the same client.

Delete

Delete selected files or directories.

Cancel

Discard unsaved changes.

Save

Save new changes.

Compliances tab

On this tab you can view, add, and edit text notes or commentaries related to the client. This comment will be displayed only in the Back Office. Your client will not get any notification on it.

Comment

Internal text note on the client.

Date

Date and time when the comment was added.

Creator

Administrator who added the comment.

Last Editor

Administrator who last edited the comment.

Deposit wallets tab

On this tab you can view a list of cryptocurrency wallets that were generated for the client.

Method

Method which is used to deposit funds, refer to Deposit methods for details.

Currency

Wallet currency.

Address

Public wallet address.

Destination tag

Applicable for XRP, XLM, BNB, XEM.

Withdrawal wallets tab

On this tab you can view a list of wallets that were used by the client for withdrawal.

Method

Method which is used to withdraw funds, refer to Payout methods for details.

Currency

Wallet currency.

Address

Public wallet address.

Destination tag

Applicable for XRP, XLM, BNB, XEM.

Saved withdrawals tab

On this tab you can view a list of saved withdrawal details, which are withdrawal “patterns” which the client has saved in the B2Core UI when creating a withdrawal to avoid specifying the same information once again for each subsequent withdrawal.

Name

Provider name.

Saved at

Date and time of withdrawal saving.

By clicking the eye button, you’ll switch to the selected saved withdrawal details. The data is stored in the JSON format.

Documents tab

On this tab you can view a list of client’s documents used for Verification.

ID

Document identifier in the Back Office.

Type

Document type, refer to Document types for a list of supported types.

Status — current status of the client request for document approval.

Request ID

Identifier of the client request for the document approval.

2FA history tab

On this tab you can get information on two-factor authentication status.

Above the table you can view current state of 2FA:

  • SMS — the client receives 2FA verification codes via SMS: enabled or disabled.

  • Google — the client receives 2FA verification codes via the Google Authenticator app: enabled or disabled.

The table contains the history of enabling/disabling client two-factor authentication:

Date

Date and time of 2FA enabling/disabling.

Enabled

Action type: 2FA was enabled or disabled.

Provider

2FA provider.

Authorization history tab

On this tab you can view the history of the client logins to the B2Core UI.

Auth date

Date and time of login to the B2Core UI.

Auth IP

IP address from which the client logged in to the B2Core UI.

Auth location

Location (country, city) from which the client logged in to the B2Core UI, based on the IP address.

Status

Status of login: success or failed.

Historical info tab

This tab contains the history of the client’s email address changing: origin email, new email, when and by whom it was changed.

Note

For the first registered email address columns Origin email and Changed by are empty.

Devices tab

On this tab you can view a list of devices from which the client has ever logged in to B2Core UI. This list contains information on logins such as IP, OS, and browser, and Fingerprint Data which is the detailed information about the device from which the user has logged in to.

KYC data tab

On this tab you can view the history of client verification levels changing: new level, previous level, when and by whom it was changed, and the reason of changing.

refer to Verification for more details on access rights, based on the verification levels.

Services

In this subsection, you can create and manage paid services. Each client can be connected to one or more paid services individually.

Clients

On this page you can view a list of all clients with active and inactive paid services.

Note

To see paid services of a particular client, refer to the Services tab of the client details.

ID

Identifier of the client in the B2Core UI.

Email

Client’s email address.

Active services

A list of services to which the client is currently connected.

Inactive services

A list of disconnected services.

Client internal type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Client type

Client type, refer to Types for details.

Company short

Short name of the client’s company.

Company long

Full name of the client’s company.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the client request list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Manager

Manager of the client, refer to Managers for details.

The table additionally contains service parameters and their values specified for a corresponding client.

List

On this page you can view a list of all paid services created in the system:

ID

Service identifier

External system id

External system identifier.

Name

Service short name.

Full name

Service full name.

Group

Name of the group in which this service is included. refer to Groups.

Status

Current service status.

Comment

Internal text note.

Parameters

On this page you can configure additional parameters for each service. When adding a service to a client, these parameters values will be required.

ID

Parameter identifier.

Name

Parameter name.

Caption

Parameter description.

Services

List of services to which this parameter is applied.

To see details, click the edit button. In the details, you can select parameter type:

  • Text

  • Numeric

  • Date

  • Select

  • Multiselect

  • Checkbox

  • Table

Groups

On this page you can view a list of service groups:

ID

Service group identifier.

Caption

Service group description.

Comment

Internal text note.

Saved presets

On this page you can view a list of pre-configured service presets.

When adding a client service, you can select a preset from the list in the Preset option field. You can also save a configured service as a preset by clicking the Save preset button.

When deleting a service parameter, all related presets are deleted automatically.

ID

Internal identifier of the preset.

Service

Service name.

Date added

Date and time of preset creation.

Name

Name of the preset.

Requests

When your client creates a new request, it will appear in the requests list. All new requests are pending* and require your resolution (approve or reject), for a list of resolutions refer to Resolutions.

Requests in the list are filtered by Pending status by default for your convenience. You can also see a number of pending requests on the bell icon in the top panel.

Sequence number of the request.

Client ID

Identifier of the client who submitted the request.

Client name

Name of the client who submitted the request.

Client email

Email address of the client who submitted the request.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the client request list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Type

Request type:

  • Archive — trade account archiving

  • Deposit — funds depositing

  • Payout — funds withdrawal

  • Transfer — internal funds transaction

  • External transfer — external funds transaction

  • Verification — changing of verification level

  • Profile — first name / last name changing

  • Account — account creation (if request is required for this product)

  • Introducing brokers — joining the IB program

Internal client type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Status

Current status of the request:

  • Pending — request was sent but has not yet been processed by the administrator

  • Approved — request was approved by the administrator

  • Rejected — request was rejected by the administrator

Verification Level

Verification level of the client.

Date

Date of request submitting.

Processing date

Date of request resolution.

Account number

Identifier of the client’s account.

Amount

Transaction amount.

Currency

Transaction currency.

Method

Method which is used to deposit or withdraw funds, refer to Deposit methods, Payout methods for details.

Transaction ID

Transaction identifier in the system.

Company Short

Short name of the client’s company.

Company Full

Full name of the client’s company.

Dealing approved

This status is used for internal purposes only. It reflects the result of the operation check by the finance department.

Compliance approved

This status is used for internal purposes only and identifies whether a compliance check for a withdrawal operation has been passed.

Liquidity account

Client’s liquidity account, applicable only for B2Core and B2Trader solution.

To see details, click the edit button. You can add comment to the request (Add comment button) or set the color of the request in the list (Options button).

Admins with Update requests permission can also check the transaction (Audit button): the system will summarize all incoming transactions on the account and show a notification if there is a significant discrepancy in the balance.

For some providers it is also possible to edit the deposit or payout amount directly in the request.

Accounts

In this subsection you can view a list of all accounts of all clients.

Note

To see accounts of the specified client, refer to Accounts tab of the client details.

Account ID

Identifier of the account in the system.

Account number

Account number.

Client ID

Identifier of the account owner.

Client name

Name of the account owner.

Client status

Current status of the account owner in the B2Core UI, refer to Client statuses for details.

Email

Email address of the account owner.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the account owner. The tags are used to adjust the display of the accounts for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Phone number

Phone number of the account owner.

Country

Account owner country, refer to Countries for a list of countries.

Company

Account owner company.

Product

Refer to Products for details.

Platform

Refer to Platforms for details.

Type

Account type:

  • Personal

  • Trade

  • Demo

  • Partner

  • Liquidity

Currency

Account currency.

Leverage

Account leverage.

Balance

Account total balance in account currency.

Balance (USD)

Account total balance in USD.

Balance (EUR)

Account total balance in Euro.

Hold amount

Account locked balance.

Free funds

Account available balance.

Equity

Account equity for MetaTtader accounts.

Free margin

Account available margin for MetaTtader accounts.

Internal client type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Client verification level

Verification level of the account owner.

To see account details, select the required account and click the edit button. The detailed info contains the following tabs:

  • Account — details of the account, access rights and owner.

  • Transactions — select the transaction type to view a list of operations. Fields and details are described in the corresponding sections of this guide.

Note

To see information on transactions of the specified client, refer to Transactions tab of the client details.

Managers

In this subsection you can view a list of all managers to which the clients can be assigned.

Name

Manager’s name.

Email

Manager’s email address.

Title

For example, Mr. or Mrs..

Enabled

Manager status.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info additionally contains Phone field.

Types

In this subsection you can view and manage clients types.

ID

Type identifier.

Name

Type name.

Caption

Type description.

Enabled

If Yes, this client type is available for selection.

Default

If Yes, this type is default for new clients.

Num. of clients

Total number of clients of this type.

Introducing brokers

Introducing brokers is a partnership program which allows your clients to become your partners and referring traders to start earning revenue when referred clients begin trading in real market. In the program, you pay your partners only a percentage of the profit already received for trades.

To learn more, refer to product documentation.

MT accounts

The MT Account section provides information on clients MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 accounts.

MT4 accounts

In this subsection you can view a list of all MetaTrader 4 accounts of all clients.

Note

To see MT4 accounts of a particular client, refer to the MT accounts tab of the client details.

The list contains customer identifiers in the system and all basic information about MetaTrader accounts. The list can be divided into several tabs according to the number of active platforms.

To switch to the account details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains the following tabs:

  • Open positions — a list of open positions and details, this tab is displayed by default.

  • All deals — a list of all closed positions.

  • Pending orders — a list of all Limit orders.

  • Deposits/Withdrawals — a list of all deposits and withdrawals on the account.

MT5 accounts

In this subsection you can view a list of all MetaTrader 5 accounts of all clients. The structure of this subsection repeats the structure of the MT4 accounts subsection.

Note

To see MT4 accounts of a particular client, refer to the MT accounts tab of the client details.

Finance

The Finance section provides information on clients transactions history.

Deposits

This subsection contains a list of all deposits on clients accounts and general information.

Note

To see deposits of a particular client, refer to the Transactions tab of the client details.

Deposit number

Sequence number of the deposit in the system.

Client ID

Client identifier in the system.

Client

Client name.

Email

Client email address.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the deposits list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Country

Client country, refer to Countries for a list of countries.

Company Short

Short name of the client company.

Company Full

Full name of the client company.

Account number

Account number to which the deposit is credited.

Payment method

Method which is used to deposit funds, refer to Deposit methods for details.

Payment name

Method name in the system.

Groups of method

refer to Deposit groups.

Amount

Deposit amount.

Currency

Deposit currency.

Vendor Commission

Brokerage commission amount.

Provider Commission

Payment system commission.

Commission currency

Currency in which the commission was charged.

Final amount

In the currency of crediting minus commissions.

Final currency

Currency of crediting.

Rate

Exchange rate.

Rate currency

Currency of the rate.

Rate (USD)

Exchange rate in USD.

Final amount (USD)

In USD after commissions.

Created

Date and time of deposit creation.

Status

Current deposit status, refer to Transaction statuses for details.

Fin verified

This status is used for internal purposes only. It reflects the result of the operation check by the finance department.

Account type

Product type, refer to Products for details.

Internal client type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Invoice

Unique identifier of the payment in the payment system.

Transaction

Link to the transaction.

To see payment info, click the edit button or Deposit number. Payment info contains:

ID

Sequence number of the deposit in the system.

Status

Current deposit status, refer to Transaction statuses for details. The status of the transaction can be changed in the Edit mode.

Invoice

Unique identifier of the payment in the payment system.

Deposit method

Method which is used to deposit funds, refer to Deposit methods for details.

Date

Date of deposit creation.

Invoice date

Date of invoice creation.

Result date

Date of deposit crediting.

Fin verified

This status is used for internal purposes only. It reflects the result of the operation check by the finance department. The status of this field can be changed only by admin users with the appropriate access rights.

Amount

Deposit amount.

Currency

Deposit currency.

Vendor Commission

Brokerage commission amount.

Provider Commission

Payment system commission.

Final amount

In the currency of crediting minus commissions.

Transaction

Transaction hash. This filed can be changed in the Edit mode.

Rate (USD)

Exchange rate in USD. The Rate can be changed in the Edit mode. The new rate will be saved and the Final amount of the transaction will be recalculated.

Internal comment

Type here any comments on operation (if needed), then click Save.

Account number

Account number.

Account balance

Current account balance.

Account type

Product type, refer to Products for details.

Client

Client’s name.

Email

Client’s email address.

You can check this transaction using the button in the Transaction monitoring section of the payment info. The button has the following states:

  • Check transaction — transaction has not yet been checked. You can send a check request.

  • Request sent — the check request has already been sent. Repeated request is not available. You can check the result in the Transaction monitoring section.

  • Request in process — the check request has already been sent but takes longer time than expected. Repeated request is not available.

  • The button unavailable — this transaction has already been checked. Repeated request is not available. You can check the result in the Transaction monitoring section. Repeated request is not available.

Payouts

This subsection contains a list of withdrawals from clients accounts and general information. Click the ID to view payout’s details.

Note

To see payouts of a particular client, refer to the Transactions tab of the client details.

Withdrawal number

Sequence number of the payout in the system.

Client ID

Identifier of the client in the B2Core UI.

Client

Client’s name.

Email

Client’s email address.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the payouts list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Country

Client country, refer to Countries for a list of countries.

Company Short

Short name of the client company.

Company Full

Full name of the client company.

Account

Account number from which funds are withdrawn, refer to Deposit methods for details.

Method

Method which is used to deposit funds, refer to Payout methods for details.

Name

Method name in the system.

Groups of method

Refer to Deposit groups.

Amount

Payout amount.

Currency

Payout currency.

Vendor Commission

Brokerage commission amount.

Provider Commission

Payment system commission.

Commission currency

Currency in which the commission was charged.

Final amount

In the currency of debiting after commissions.

Final currency

Currency of debiting.

Rate

Exchange rate

Rate currency

Currency of the rate.

Rate (USD)

Exchange rate in USD.

Final amount (USD)

In USD after commissions.

Status

Current payout status, refer to Transaction statuses for details.

Created

Date and time of payout creation.

Processed

Date and time of payout processing.

Account type

Product type, refer to Products for details.

Internal client type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Invoice

Unique identifier of the payment in the payment system.

Transaction

Link to the transaction.

Blockchain fee

Blockchain commission for the transaction.

Wallet

Public wallet address.

Destination Tag

Applicable for XRP, XLM, BNB, XEM.

Dealing approved

This status is used for internal purposes only. It reflects the result of the operation check by the finance department.

Compliance approved

This status is used for internal purposes only and identifies whether a compliance check for a withdrawal operation has been passed.

To see payout info, click the withdrawal number. Payout info contains:

ID

Sequence number of the payout in the system.

Status

Current payout status, refer to Transaction statuses for details.

Invoice

Unique identifier of the payment in the payment system.

Date

Date of payout creation.

Invoice date

Date of invoice creation.

Result date

Date and time of payout debiting.

Method

Method which is used to withdraw funds, refer to Payout methods for details.

Amount

Payout amount.

Currency

Payout currency.

Vendor Commission

Brokerage commission amount.

Provider Commission

Payment system commission.

Final amount

In the currency of debiting minus commissions.

Internal comment

Type here any comments on operation (if needed), then click Save.

Dealing approved

This status is used for internal purposes only. It reflects the result of the operation check by the finance department. The status of this field can be changed only by admin users with the appropriate access rights.

Compliance approved

This status is used for internal purposes only and identifies whether a compliance check for a withdrawal operation has been passed. The status of this field can be changed only by admin users with the appropriate access rights.

Request Info

Client request, related to the payout: identifier, resolution, and date of resolution.

Account

Account number.

Account balance

Current account balance.

Account type

Product type, refer to Products for details.

Client

Client name.

Email

Client email address.

You can check this transaction using the button in the Transaction monitoring section of the payment info. The button has the following states:

  • Check transaction — transaction has not yet been checked. You can send a check request.

  • Request sent — the check request has already been sent. Repeated request is not available. You can check the result in the Transaction monitoring section.

  • Request in process — the check request has already been sent but takes longer time than expected. Repeated request is not available.

  • The button unavailable — this transaction has already been checked. Repeated request is not available. You can check the result in the Transaction monitoring section. Repeated request is not available.

Deposit wallets

This subsection contains a list of deposit wallets with specified adresses, currencies, and deposit methods.

Note

To see wallets of a particular client, refer to the Deposit wallets tab tab of the client details.

ID

Wallet identifier in the system.

Client ID

Wallet’s owner identifier.

Client

Wallet’s owner name.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the payouts list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Address

Wallet address.

Destination tag

Applicable for XRP, XLM, BNB, XEM.

Method

Method which is used to deposit funds, refer to Deposit methods for details.

Currencies

Wallet currency.

Transfers

This subsection contains a list of funds transfers between accounts and general information.

Note

To see transfers of a particular client, refer to the Transactions tab of the client details.

Operation ID

Transfer identifier in the system.

Client ID

Client’s identifier in the B2Core UI.

Client

Client’s name.

Email

Client’s email address.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the transfers list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Company Short

Short name of the client company.

Company Full

Full name of the client company.

From account

Account from which the transfer was made.

Source platform

Source account platform, refer to Platforms for details.

Source type

Source account type, refer to Products for details.

Source amount

Amount of the transfer in the currency of source account.

Source currency

Currency of the source account.

To account

Account to which the transfer was made.

Destination platform

Destination account platform, refer to Platforms for details.

Destination type

Type of the destination account, refer to Products for details.

Destination amount

Amount of the transfer in the currency of destination account.

Destination currency

Currency of the destination account.

Status

Current transfer status, refer to Transaction statuses for details.

Created

Date and time of transfer creation.

Processed

Date and time of transfer processing.

To see transfer details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains additionally internal client type, source and destination commissions paid for the transfer, and Request Info if the transfer was made via the request.

Exchange

This subsection contains a list of currencies exchanges and general information.

Note

To see exchanges of a particular client, refer to the Transactions tab of the client details.

Transaction ID

Exchange identifier in the system.

Client ID

Client’s identifier in the system.

Client

Client’s name.

Email

Client’s email address.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the exchanges list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Company Short

Short name of the client company.

Company Full

Full name of the client company.

From account

Account from which the transaction was made.

Source amount

Amount of the transaction in the currency of source account.

Source currency

Currency of the source account.

To account

Account to which the transaction was made.

Destination amount

Amount of the transaction in the currency of destination account.

Destination currency

Currency of the destination account.

Commission

Amount of commission charged.

Rate

Exchange rate

Status

Current exchange status, refer to Transaction statuses for details.

Created

Date and time of transfer creation.

Transactions

This subsection contains a general list of all types of transactions: deposits, payouts, transfers, exchanges.

ID

Operation identifier in the system.

Client ID

Client’s identifier in the system.

Type

Transaction type.

Source

Source currency.

Amount

Amount in source currency.

Commission

Amount of commission charged in source currency.

Destination

Destination currency.

Amount

Amount in destination currency.

Commission

Amount of commission charged in destination currency.

Status

Current transaction status, refer to Transaction statuses for details.

Date

Date of transaction creation.

Reports

This subsection contains a list of created reports and general information.

ID

Report identifier in the system.

Interval

Report schedule:

  • Daily — the report is sent every day

  • Weekly — the report is sent once a week

  • Monthly — the report is sent once a month

Date slice

Data period (specified time is server time):

  • Day — previous day from 00:00 to 23:59

  • Week — previous week from Monday 00:00 to Sunday 23:59

  • Month — previous month from the first day of the month 00:00 to the last day 23:59

  • Curweek — previous 7 days from the first day 00:00 to yesterday 23:59

  • Overall — from the very beginning to yesterday 23:59

  • Curmonth — from the first day of the current month 00:00 to yesterday 23:59

File format

File format in which the report is sent.

Name

Report caption.

Mail to

Destination email address.

Last run

Date and time of the latest report generation.

Active

Current report status.

Bonuses

The Bonuses section provides brokers with the opportunity to motivate their clients to trade by introducing an automated and semi-automatic bonus reward system. A prerequisite for crediting a bonus to a client’s account is trading of a certain volume (Lot per unit), which is indicated for each specific bonus. Bonuses can be temporary or permanent, they can be set for all clients or individually, which makes the reward system customizable and flexible.

See also

Managing bonuses

Bonus presets

In the Bonus Preset subsection you can view a list of bonus templates and create a new one.

ID

Identifier of the preset.

Platform

Platform of the bonus.

Name

Name of the preset.

Default

If Yes, the bonus is default for all clients.

Lifetime

The number of days after which the activated bonus expires, in days.

Lot per unit

Required amount of traded volume for bonus crediting. Must be greater than 0.

Set credit immediately

If Enabled, the bonus is credited immediately.

Ignored open/close interval

Minimal time interval during which a position must be opened for the bonus to be credited.

Ignored symbol groups

Currency pairs for which this bonus is not credited. Multiple select available.

Autoenable trading if balance > 0

If Enabled, trading with bonus funds is available only with a positive account balance. The system checks balances once an hour and deactivates bonuses for zero or negative balances.

Bonus distribution

In the Bonus Distribution subsection you can view a list of all bonuses credited to clients with an indication of the client’s identifier, crediting account, bonus amount, bonus state, and date of crediting.

ID

Bonus identifier in the system.

Client ID

Identifier of the client who receives the bonus.

Client name

Name of the client who receives the bonus.

Client email

Email address of the client who receives the bonus.

Tags

Tag(s) assigned to the client. The tags are used to adjust the display of the bonuses list for the Back Office administrators, refer to Users for details.

Account

Account number to which the bonus is credited.

Amount

Bonus amount.

State

Current bonus status:

  • Queued — new bonus

  • Active — bonus was credited to the account

  • Pending — bonus is active, traded lots are calculated

  • Processing — bonus is being credited/withdrawn

  • Completed — bonus conditions (lot per unit) were met, bonus was credited to the account balance

  • Expired — bonus conditions (lot per unit) were not met before the expiration date, bonus expired

  • Error — error occurred while crediting/withdrawing bonus

Created at

Date and time of bonus creation.

To see detailed crediting information, click the view button.

Created at

Date and time of bonus creation.

Amount

Bonus amount.

State

Current bonus status:

  • Queued — new bonus

  • Active — bonus was credited to the account

  • Pending — bonus is active, traded lots are calculated

  • Processing — bonus is being credited/withdrawn

  • Completed — bonus conditions (lot per unit) were met, bonus was credited to the account balance

  • Expired — bonus conditions (lot per unit) were not met before the expiration date, bonus expired

  • Error — error occurred while crediting/withdrawing bonus

Volume closed

Traded volume by the moment of the bonus expiration.

Temporary Bonus

Applicable for temporary bonuses only: bonus title, refer to Temporary bonuses for details.

Activated at

Date and time of bonus crediting.

Client

Email address of the client who receives the bonus.

Account

Account number to which the bonus is credited.

Fictive Volume

This field is used for reactivation of the expired bonus.

Lifetime (days)

The number of days after which the bonus expires.

Lot per unit

The required amount of traded volume for bonus crediting.

Set credit immediately

If Enabled, the bonus is credited immediately.

Ignored open/close interval (sec)

Minimal time interval during which a position must be opened for the bonus to be credited.

Autoenable trading if balance > 0

If Enabled, trading with bonus funds is available only with a positive account balance. The system checks balances once an hour and deactivates bonuses for zero or negative balances.

Ignored symbol groups

Currency pairs for which this bonus is not credited. Multiple select available.

Temporary bonuses

Temporary Bonuses are the time-limited promotions available in the B2Core UI.

In this subsection you can view a list of current temporary bonuses and create a new one.

ID

Bonus identifier in the system.

Name

Displayed title of the bonus.

Amount

Bonus amount.

Currency

Bonus currency.

Lot per unit

The required amount of traded volume for bonus crediting.

Created at

Date and time of bonus creation.

Expired

Date and time of bonus expiration.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Platform

Bonus platform, refer to Platforms for details.

Name

Displayed title of the bonus.

Amount

Bonus amount.

Currency

Bonus currency.

Expired

Date and time of bonus expiration.

Lifetime (days)

The number of days after which the bonus expires.

Lot per unit

The required amount of traded volume for bonus crediting.

Set credit immediately

If Enabled, the bonus is credited immediately.

Ignored open/close interval (sec)

Minimal time interval during which a position must be opened for the bonus to be credited.

Autoenable trading if balance > 0

If Enabled, trading with bonus funds is available only with a positive account balance. The system checks balances once an hour and deactivates bonuses for zero or negative balances.

Ignored symbol groups

Currency pairs for which this bonus is not credited. Multiple select available.

Currencies

The Currencies section provides you with an opportunity to set up currencies, rates, and currency pairs.

Currencies

In the Currencies subsection you can view a list of all currencies and general information:

Code

System generated currency identifier.

Caption

Displayed name of currency.

Alpha

Currency alpha-code, set by administrators when the currency is created.

Status

If Enabled, this currency can be used for financial operations.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains additionally:

Markup: Sell

Sell commission, in percent.

Markup: Buy

Buy commission, in percent.

Precision

Displayed number of digits after the decimal separator.

Block explorer

If set, enables See details block for transactions in the B2Core UI.

Note

You can set the same sell/buy markup for all currencies by clicking the Change options button in the upper right corner of the currencies list and setting the values.

Rates

In the Rates subsection you can view a list of all rates specified to providers and currencies. The rates are displayed in the B2Core UI.

Provider

Platform name.

Enabled

If Yes, this rate is active.

From currencies

A list of base currencies, multiple select available.

To currencies

A list of quote currencies, multiple select available.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains additionally the Name field. For providers which require authorization you can specify parameters set up connection in the Options block. Click the Test connection button to try to set up connection.

Currency pairs

In the Currency pairs subsection, you can view a list of available currency pairs and add new pairs.

From currency

Indicates the base currency.

To currency

Indicates the quote currency.

Enabled for client

If set to Yes, this currency pair is available for exchange operations via the B2Core UI.

Rates Custom Priority

Indicates the order in which exchange rates are obtained from exchange rate providers for this currency pair.

Updated

Displays the date of the latest update to the currency pair settings.

Max amount

Indicates the maximum amount per exchange operation.

Step

Indicates the minimum step by which the amount can be changed at a time.

Hedging Enabled

If set to Yes, exchange operations for this currency pair are hedged.

Enabled for admin

If set to Yes, this currency pair is available for exchange operations via the B2Core Back Office.

Products

In the Products section you can find all the essential information about:

  • Products — wallets, accounts, etc.

  • Groups of products, which can help to manage the products

  • Platforms to which the products are implemented

Products

In the Products subsection you can view a list of all products and general information:

ID

Product identifier, automatically generated by the system.

Name

Product title.

Caption

Product displayed name.

Platform

Platform on which the product is implemented, refer to Platforms.

Group

Group the product is included in, refer to Groups.

Type

Product type:

  • Personal

  • Trade

  • Demo

  • Partner

  • Liquidity

  • Exchange

  • External

  • System

Currency

Product currency.

Factory

Set 100 for cent accounts.

Status

Product status:

  • Disabled — product is inactive and not displayed in the B2Core UI. Accounts cannot be created. By default, the product is created with this status

  • Present — product is not displayed in the B2Core UI. Accounts can be created via the Back Office

  • Hidden — product is not displayed in the B2Core UI. Accounts can be created via the Back Office

  • Enabled — product is active

  • Default — product is displayed in the B2Core UI, accounts can be created

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Info tab

General product settings:

Leverage

Product leverage.

Group rights

Ability to share the preset access rights of the group for the product.

Rights

Product access rights.

Default account rights

Access rights for product account.

Max accounts

Maximal number of accounts that can be created.

Mail

Email notification settings.

Mail template

Template of email notification to be sent.

Start amount

Start account balance, applicable for demo accounts.

Priority

Sequence number of the product in the list.

Request Required

If Yes, opening a new account in the B2Core UI requires an administrator resolution in the Back Office.

Min deposit amount

In USD.

Autocreation on login

Product account is automatically created when client logs into the B2Core UI for the first time.

Platform block group

Deprecated.

Agent Account

IB identifier which is displayed in the account details in the B2Core UI, applicable only for products with type Trade.

First Transfer Activation

If Enabled, all accounts are created with the Trade Enabled right turned off. This right is added upon the first successful transfer to the account. Applicable for MT5 products only.

Currencies tab

Contains a list of product currencies for multi-currency accounts.

By clicking Actions you can set the following restrictions for the product account:

Country restrictions

Enable or disable the restricted access to the product account by country: select Type (Deny only or Allow only) and Rules (name of the country from the drop-down list) and click Save.

Client type restriction

Enable or disable the restricted access to the product account by client type: select Type (Deny only or Allow only) and Rules (type of a client) and click Save.

Verification Auto-Create

Enable or disable the restricted access to the product account by verification level: select Type (Deny only or Allow only) and Rules (level) and click Save.

Introducing broker restrictions

Either grant or restrict access to the product only to the clients of a particular IB partner: select Enabled (Yes or No), Type (Allow only or Deny only), Rules (specify a Client ID assigned to an IB partner; one or several Client IDs can be specified) and click Save.

With the Allow only option enabled, you grant access to the product only to the IB clients of the specified partners. IB clients of all other partners will not have access to this product.

With the Deny only option enabled, you restrict access to the product only to the IB clients of the specified partners. IB clients of all other partners will have access to this product.

Groups

In the Groups subsection you can view a list of product groups with specified:

ID

Group identifier, automatically generated by the system.

Priority

Group sequence number in the list.

Caption

Group displayed name.

Status

Enabled or disabled.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains additionally:

Description

Group details.

Type

Default product type, investment account or payment account.

Rights

In this subsection you can set up access right for groups of products. After that these access rights can be quickly added to the product by selecting the group.

ID

Identifier in the system.

Name

Group name.

Status

If Enabled, these group is available for selection in the product settings.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains Rights field: a list of access rights, multiple select available.

Platforms

In the Platforms subsection you can view a list of platforms with specified:

ID

Platform identifier, automatically generated by the system.

Caption

Platform displayed name.

Name

Internal system name of the platform.

Platform

Base platform.

Status

Enabled or disabled.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains additionally:

Short caption

Short name of the platform.

Demo

If Yes, clients can open demo accounts for products on this platforms.

Allow users share same accounts

If Yes, multiple clients can use the same shared account.

Use account number settings in products

If Yes, it is available to limit number of accounts for the products on this platform.

Settings

Parameters for setting up connection to the platform. Set of parameters depends on the platform.

PAMM

In the PAMM section you can set up connection to PAMM systems.

Promotion

The Promotion section provides you with an opportunity to adjust the B2Core UI dashboard, alerts and widgets visible to clients.

Banners

Banners are any advertisements or news you want your clients to see in the B2Core UI. You can create unlimited number of banners and assign them to any pages of the B2Core UI (by specifying Banner URL). You can add a button to any banner that can be a link, for example, to detailed information.

ID

Banner identifier, automatically generated by the system.

Caption Light

Banner title for the light theme of the interface.

Caption Dark

Banner title for the dark theme of the interface.

Created at

Date-time of banner creation.

Created by

Email of user who created the banner.

Banner URL

Relatively to the B2Core UI URL.

Banner Priority

Banner display order.

Enabled

If Yes, the banner is displayed in the B2Core UI.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed information contains additionally the following tabs:

Banner

On this tab you can additionally specify Button URL — if this value is specified, by clicking on the button, the client will be redirected to the specified URL.

Light

On this tab you can adjust the banner for the light theme of the interface. All fields support HTML.

Dark

On this tab you can adjust the banner for the dark theme of the interface. All fields support HTML.

Announcements

Announcement is a notification displayed to clients via the B2Core UI.

ID

The announcement identifier, which is automatically generated by the system.

Type

The announcement type that identifies whether the announcement requires clients to take an action.

  • Required — the announcement contains a button and blocks further interaction with the B2Core UI until a client clicks this button.

  • Optional — the announcement does not require any actions from a client and is displayed as a notification.

Title

The announcement title.

Text

The announcement text.

Button URL

Specifies the URL to which a client will be redirected after clicking the button displayed in the announcement.

Button Text

Specifies the button label (this field is only available for announcements of a “Required” type).

Targeted Emails

The list of emails.

Enabled

If set to Yes, the announcement is active.

To view the announcement details, click the edit button. Detailed information contains the additional Announcement Reactions section — a list of clients who have seen the announcement (clicked a button displayed in the announcement or opened the announcement by clicking the Announcement icon) and the date and time when clients interacted with the announcement.

Dashboard

In this subsection you can view a list of available widgets and customize their display on the Dashboard page of the B2Core UI.

ID

Internal identifier of the widget in the system.

Caption

Widget name.

Order

Sequence number of the widget in the B2Core UI.

Sort Actions

The arrow buttons in this column are used to change the order of the widgets (sequence number in the Order column).

Delete

If the toggle is on, the widget in the B2Core UI has a close button to temporarily delete the widget (until the page is refreshed or dashboard is reset).

Mailing

In the Mailing section you can configure connections to email delivery platforms and send new emails.

Marketing

Configuration

In this subsection you can set up connection to email sending service.

ID

Configuration identifier in the system.

Caption

Configuration description.

Platform

Email sending service name.

Status

Connection status: enabled or disabled.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info additionally contains the Webhook URL field and the Settings block:

Sender address

Email address registered on the email sending platform.

Sender name

This name will be displayed in letters.

API key

Key which you received when registered on the email sending platform.

Send email

In this subsection you can view a list of outgoing emails.

ID

Email identifier in the system.

Subject

Email theme.

Description

Email text.

Created at

Date and time of email creation.

Send at

Date and time of email sending.

Platform

Email sending service name.

Click the edit button, to check sending status.

Email templates

In this subsection you can view a list of email templates.

ID

Email identifier in the system.

Caption

Template description.

Subject

Email theme.

Description

Email text.

Platform

Email sending service name.

System

Providers

In this subsection you can create and manage the SMTP server provider.

ID

SMTP server identifier in the system.

Caption

SMTP server description.

Driver

Driver used.

Host

SMTP server hostname.

Port

Port used

Username

Username as a part of credentials.

Send from

Email address of the sender.

Send from name

Name of the sender.

Encryption

Encryption type.

Enabled

Server status: true if enabled, otherwise false.

Test connection

Click the button to test existing connections.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info additionally contains the masked Password field.

Queue

In this subsection you can view the queue of unsent emails and delete them if necessary.

ID

Email identifier in the system.

Email

Email address.

Subject

Email subject.

Last attempt date

Date of the last attempt to send the email.

Next attempt date

Date of the next attempt to send the email.

Attempts count

Number of attempts to send the email.

Status

Email send attempt status.

Reason

Reason of unsuccessful attempt.

Log

In this subsection you can view the mailing log.

ID

Email identifier in the system.

Active queue ID

Queue identifier in the system.

Email

Email address.

Subject

Email subject.

Attempt date

Date of the last attempt to send the email.

Status

Email send attempt status.

Reason

Reason of unsuccessful attempt.

Verification

The Verification section provides you with an opportunity to specify verification levels, which define access rights for your clients. Verification is based on identity documents. The documents can be combined by type and included in groups for easy customization.

Levels

In the Levels subsection you can view a list of all verification levels and general information:

Index

Level index.

Caption

Level displayed name.

Description

Level description as displayed in the interface, HTML supported.

Default

If Yes, the level is default in the B2Core UI.

Visible

If Yes, the level is displayed in the B2Core UI.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Index

Level index.

Wizard

System entity, it transfers a certain data scopes such as a set of documents or verification integrations, etc. to the user interface of the B2Core UI.

Caption

Level displayed name, can be localized for different interface languages.

Description

Level description, can be localized for different interface languages.

Default

If Yes, the level is default in the B2Core UI.

Visible

If Yes, the level is displayed in the B2Core UI.

Assigned Client Right

Access rights of the client with this verification level. refer to Client rights for details.

Document Groups

A set of verifying documents for this level, displayed in the Verification section of the B2Core UI. Applicable only if wizard B2B\TCA\Verification\Wizards\DocumentsWizard is used.

Limits

Transaction limits for this level, in USD.

Documents

In the Documents subsection you can view a list of all verification documents of all users and general information:

ID

Document identifier.

Type

Document type, refer to Document types.

Status

Current status of the client request for document approval.

Client ID

Identifier of the client who submitted the document.

Client Name

Name of the client who submitted the document.

Email

Email address of the client who submitted the document.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Type

Document type, refer to Document types.

Files

Link to the document file.

Document types

In the Document Types subsection you can view a list of documents types and general information:

Priority

Sequence number of the document type in the list.

Name

System document type name.

Caption

Document type name, as displayed in the B2Core UI.

Status

If Enabled, this document type is used for verification.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Name

System document type name.

Caption

Document type name, as displayed in the B2Core UI, can be localized for different interface languages.

Description

Document type description, as displayed in the B2Core UI, can be localized for different interface languages.

Status

If Enabled, this document type is used for verification.

Example

Example of the file.

Group

The group of documents, to which this document type is included, refer to Document groups.

Max files

Maximal number of files which can be uploaded for this type of documents.

Priority

Sequence number of the document type in the list.

Document groups

In the Document Groups subsection you can view a list of documents groups and general information:

Priority

Sequence number of the document group in the list.

Name

System document group name.

Caption

Document group name, as displayed in the B2Core UI.

Type

Type of the document group.

Enabled

If Yes, this group is used for verification.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Name

System document group name.

Type

Type of the document group.

Caption

Document group name, as displayed in the B2Core UI, can be localized for different interface languages.

Description

Document group description, as displayed in the B2Core UI, can be localized for different interface languages.

Enabled

If Yes, this document group is used for verification.

Priority

Sequence number of the document group in the list.

Client tests

In this subsection, you can view a list of configured tests for client accreditation. For a test, you can specify questions that the client should answer to be granted a higher verification level in the B2Core UI.

ID

Internal identifier of the test.

Caption

Display name of the test.

Visible

If Yes, this test is available in the B2Core UI.

B2BinPay

In the B2BinPay section you can set up connection to B2BinPay payment system and monitor your clients wallets and withdrawals via the B2Core UI Back Office interface.

Wallets

In this subsection you can view a list of clients wallets:

  • wallet icon — click to o view wallets, set up connection to B2BinPay.

  • details icon — click to audit all B2BinPay deposits or withdrawals for the selected time period.

Note

Note that connection setting must be specified preliminarily (refer to External connections for details).

ID

Wallet identifier.

Currency

Wallet currency.

Confirmed balance

Available balance of the wallet, that can be used for payouts at the moment.

Pending balance

Temporarily locked balance of the wallet, that is the sum of all incoming and outgoing transfers, that have not yet received confirmation: positive number in case of deposit and negative number in case of payout. This balance cannot be used for transfers at the moment.

Unusable balance

Blocked balance, which cannot be used.

Status

Wallet status.

Withdrawals

In this subsection you can view a list of all withdrawals of all your clients in B2BinPay system:

Transaction ID

Withdrawal identifier.

Wallet ID

Wallet identifier.

Currency

Withdrawal currency.

Amount

Withdrawal amount.

Fee level

Blockchain fee charged for the transaction: low, medium, or high.

Created

Date and time of transaction creation.

Created by

Email of the client who created the transaction.

Processed

Date and time of transaction processing.

Processed by

Email of the administrator who processed the transaction.

Status

Current withdrawal status:

  • New — the withdrawal has been created and is in the queue for processing

  • In progress — the withdrawal has not yet received the required number of block confirmations

  • Done — the withdrawal is completed

  • Failed — the withdrawal failed in blockchain

  • Rejected — the withdrawal is cancelled due to security or some other reasons

Invoice

Identifier of the transaction.

Blockchain transaction

Blockchain transaction hash.

Address

Destination address.

Destination tag

Applicable for XRP, XLM, BNB, XEM.

System

In the System section you can adjust all the essential system parameters.

Key storage

In the Key Storage subsection you can set values for parameters which are used in Templates, like colors, images, etc.

Key storage values

In this page you can view and manage all the key-value pairs, stored in the system.

ID

Value identifier.

Type

Value type: string, html, mail, url.

Key

Key name which is used in Templates.

Tags

Group(s) to which this value belongs.

Value

Current value.

Status

If Enabled, this value is used.

Key storage tags

On this page you can view and manage tags, which are used for semantical grouping of the key values.

ID

Tag identifier in the system.

Caption

Tag description.

Status

Tag status: enabled or disabled.

Deposit systems

In this subsection you can set up and manage supported deposit methods.

Deposit methods

On this page you can view a list of all deposit methods available.

Priority

Sequence number of the method in the list.

Caption

Method description.

Name

Method name in the system.

Group

Group to which the method is included, refer to Deposit groups for details.

Provider

Provider of the deposits.

Currency

Supported currency.

Enabled

Method status.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains the following tabs:

Settings

General information and parameters to set up connection to provider. Contains the following fields:

Name

Method name in the system.

Enabled

Method status.

Group

Group to which the method is included, refer to Deposit groups for details.

Caption

Method description.

Provider

Provider of the deposits.

Result URL

URL to which the callback will be sent with notifications about the change in the status of the deposit.

Time to fund

Time of processing and crediting the deposit.

Priority

Sequence number of the method in the list.

IP White list

List of IP addresses from which it is allowed to make deposits.

Rates provider

Exchange rating provider.

TR Currencies

Currency of crediting. Contains the following fields.

ID

Currency identifier in the system.

Currency

Currency caption.

Enabled

Currency status.

PS Currencies

Payment currency. Contains the following fields:

ID

Currency identifier in the system.

Currency

Currency caption.

Enabled

Currency status in the B2Core UI.

Supported by PS

Currency status in payment system.

Commissions

In PS currencies only. Contains the following fields:

ID

Commission identifier in the system.

Currency

Commission currency.

Commission

Commission amount.

Type

Commission type:

  • TR — commission amount is included in the transaction amount (send less).

  • PSP — payment system commission, it is used only in reports for accounting of how much the payment system takes.

Deposit groups

Deposit groups are convenient to group deposit methods (for example, crypto deposit methods and fiat deposit methods).

Priority

Sequence number of the group in the list.

Name

Group name.

Caption

Group description.

Type

Methods type: crypto or fiat.

Enabled

Status of the group.

Payout system

In this subsection you can set up and manage supported payout methods.

Payout methods

On this page you can view a list of all payout methods available.

Priority

Sequence number of the method in the list.

Caption

Method description.

Name

Method name in the system.

Group

Group to which the method is included, refer to Payout groups for details.

Provider

Provider of the deposits.

Currency

Supported currency.

Enabled

Method status.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains the following tabs:

Settings

General information and parameters to set up connection to provider. Contains the following fields:

Name

Method name in the system.

Enabled

Method status.

Group

Group to which the method is included, refer to Payout groups for details.

Caption

Method description.

Provider

Provider of the payout.

Result URL

URL to which the callback will be sent with notifications about the change in the status of the payout.

Time to fund

Time of processing the payout.

Priority

Sequence number of the method in the list.

IP White list

List of IP addresses from which it is allowed to make payouts.

Rates provider

Exchange rating provider.

Provider Settings

Individual limits or configurations for this provider.

Custom Fields

Applicable for Constructor provider only. A configurable list of additional fields which will require values when creating a payout.

TR Currencies

Currency of payment. Contains the following fields:

ID

Currency identifier in the system.

Currency

Currency caption.

Enabled

Currency status.

PS Currencies

Currency of crediting. Contains the following fields:

ID

Currency identifier in the system.

Currency

Currency caption.

Enabled

Currency status in the B2Core UI.

Supported by PS

Currency status in payment system.

Commissions

In PS currencies only. Contains the following fields:

ID

Commission identifier in the system.

Currency

Commission currency.

Commission

Commission amount.

Type

Commission type:

  • TR — commission amount is included in the transaction amount (send less).

  • PSP — payment system commission, it is used only in reports for accounting of how much the payment system takes.

Payout groups

Payout groups are convenient to group payout methods (for example, crypto payout methods and fiat payout methods).

Priority

Sequence number of the group in the list.

Name

Group name.

Caption

Group description.

Type

Methods type: crypto or fiat.

Enabled

Status of the group.

Wizards

The Wizards tool provides you with an opportunity to configure some parts of workflow on the side of the Back Office.

Adding and configuring the wizards is carried out at the level of the system source code. For each wizard, a list of default steps and a list of available steps are set. On the Back Office side, you can add/remove steps from the available ones, change their order and priority.

You can have more than one configured wizard for each workflow scenario. In this case, you need to select the default one which will be used by the B2Core UI. The other scenarios can be used by external systems to perform the actions via the API.

Supported wizards are listed below. Steps which will be added to the wizard by default are marked with *.

Registration

Registering a new client in the system. Each step of the wizard can have display restrictions (for example, restrictions by user type or by country). For this wizard adding the custom fields is available for steps Main form and Additional information.

Step

Description

Priority

Main form *

The system waits for basic client information

First

Client registration *

Registering a new client based on the previously entered data

Last

Client type

The system waits for information about the type of client being created

Not the first and not the last

Confirmation by email

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first and not the last

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first and not the last

Captcha

Captcha creation

Not the first and not the last

Client phone number form

The system waits for information about the client’s phone number

Not the first and not the last

Additional information

The system waits for additional information about the client

Not the first and not the last

Password Recovery

Recovery of the client’s password via the B2Core UI.

Step

Description

Priority

Client identification *

Search for a client in the system by the email sent in the request

First

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first and not the last

Password change *

The system waits the new entered password from the client and registers it as the current one

Last

Password change

Changing of the client’s password via the B2Core UI.

Step

Description

Priority

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the last

Password change *

The system waits the new entered password from the client and registers it as the current one

Last

Client type change

Changing of the current client type to corporate.

Step

Description

Priority

Blank form *

First

Detailed corporate information

The system waits for detailed corporate information from the client

Not the first

Additional corporate information

The system waits for additional corporate information from the client

Not the first

Bank information

The system waits for information about the bank from the client

Not the first

Bank information

The system waits for information about the bank from the client

Not the first

Representative person information

The system waits for information about the representative from the client

Not the first

Director and shareholders information

The system waits for information about the director and shareholders from the client

Not the first

Confirming the previously entered information

The system waits for the client to confirm that all information entered in the previous steps is correct and up-to-date

Not the first

Uploading corporate documents

The system waits for the client to upload files confirming the previously entered information

Not the first

Profile change

Changing of the basic information about the client.

Step

Description

Priority

Update information *

The system waits for updated client profile information

Single

Phone change

Changing of the client’s phone number.

Step

Description

Priority

Update phone number *

The system waits for client’s new phone number

First

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Last

Address change

Changing of the client’s address.

Step

Description

Priority

Update address *

The system waits for client’s new address

Single

Authorization

Authorization in the B2Core UI.

Step

Description

Priority

Captcha

The system checks for bots and robots

First

Login and password verification

The system waits for the client to enter username and password

Not the first

2FA

The system shows a list of available services for authorization with 2FA, waits for the client to select an authorization service, then delegates the process to this service

Not the first

2FA change

Disabling 2FA.

Step

Description

Priority

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the last

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Not the last

Disabling 2FA *

The system disables 2FA for the client

Last

Whitelist creation

Creating white lists for wallet addresses.

Step

Description

Priority

Creating white list *

The system creates a new white list for entered wallet_address

First

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first

Whitelist delete

Deleting a previously created white list.

Step

Description

Priority

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Any

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Any

Whitelist change

Disabling a previously created white list.

Step

Description

Priority

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the last

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Not the last

White list disabling *

The system disables the white list

Last

Withdrawals

Processing the withdrawal operations. A Client Request will be created, the status of the created withdrawal will be set to Pending.

Step

Description

Priority

Creating new withdrawal *

The system creates a new withdrawal operation with status New

First

Confirmation by email *

The system sends a verification code to the client by email and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first

Confirmation by phone

The system sends a verification code to the client by the phone and waits for this code to be entered

Not the first

In the Wizards subsection of the Back Office you can a view a list of all available wizards and its statuses:

ID

Wizard identifier in the system

Name

Internal system name of the wizard

Type

Type of workflow

Enabled

If Yes, the wizard is active

Default

If Yes, the wizard is used by default for the selected type of workflow (for example, if you have several configured registration wizards at the same time)

To see wizard details, click the edit button. Detailed information contains the following tabs:

  • Wizard — main wizard parameters.

  • Workflow — steps of the wizard with priority. You can add/remove available steps and configure Country/Client Type restrictions for each step (Actions).

Bulk actions

Bulk actions provide you with an opportunity to perform the action, such as ban, status change, make deposit, etc., to multiple clients at once.

Name

Action name.

Action

Action type.

Status

Action result.

Created at

Date and time of action creation.

Updated at

Date and time of action update.

User

Email of user who created the action.

To see action details, click the edit button. Detailed information contains additionally:

Caption

Action description.

Log message block

Result of action.

System log block

Log of action processing.

Event Calendar

The Event Calendar page displays a calendar grid and allows you to manage events for admin users or other users who have access to your B2Core Back Office.

In the upper-right corner of the screen, choose a view: Month, Week, Day or List.

To move between dates, use the arrows located in the upper-left corner of the screen. To return to today’s date, click Today.

Operation types

In this subsection you can view all types of operation supported in the system.

ID

Operation type identifier in the system.

Caption

Operation type description.

Name

Operation type name in the system.

Class

Operation type class in the system.

Status

Enabled or disabled.

To see operation type details, click the edit button. Depending on the type, detailed information may contain additional options, such as:

  • Allowed operation status — a list of operation statuses which are displayed in the B2Core UI. Available for payouts, deposits, exchanges, transfers.

  • Holds — if Enabled, when a new payout is created its amount is blocked on the client’s account before debiting. Available for payouts.

  • Restrictions — general restriction for a specific type(s) of transfers. Available for transfers.

  • Hedging Restrictions — for selected client types exchanges will not be hedged. Available for exchanges. Multiple select available.

Countries

A list of countries which are available to select at registration (if a client requires to specify it). Enabled countries are displayed in the list, disabled are hidden.

Note

You cannot add a new country or edit the existing one, only to set visibility.

ID

Country system identifier.

Name

Country name (for example, Russia).

Full name

Country full name (for example, Russian Federation).

Country code

System country code

ISO 3166-2

Country geocode as per ISO 3166-2.

ISO 3166-3

Country geocode as per ISO 3166-3.

Capital

Capital of the country.

Citizenship

Demonym (for example, Russian).

Currency

National currency.

Currency symbol

Nation currency designation.

Currency code

3-letter currency code.

Currency sub unit

Fraction of the main currency unit (for example, cent).

Region code

Region code as per UN M49.

Sub region code

Subregion code as per UN M49.

Enabled

Toggle defines if the country is available for selection during registration.

External connections

In this subsection you can view a list of external services and systems connected to the B2Core UI.

ID

Connection identifier in the system.

Caption

Connection caption.

Name

Connected system name.

Type

Payment system or other.

Provider

Connection provider.

To see details, click the edit button. In the details you can enable/disable connection. Detailed info contains additional Settings blocks: parameters to set up and configure connection to provider (service URL, credentials, etc.).

Filesystems

Filesystems are available storages for files that are uploaded to the system (for example, by the client during verification). Filesystems can be local or external.

ID

Filesystem identifier.

Name

Filesystem caption.

Provider

Filesystem provider name or local.

To see filesystem details, click the edit button. External filesystems detailed info contains additional Provider settings block to set up connection.

Localizations

In this subsection you can view a list of supported languages. They are available for the Back Office fields which support localization.

ID

Language identifier in the system.

Caption

Language name.

Fallback

Fallback language to be used if no translation to the main language is specified.

Priority

Sequence number of the language in the list.

Enabled

If Yes, this language is displayed in the list.

To see language details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Caption

Language name.

Locale

Locale code in the system.

Language code

Language code in the system.

Fallback

Fallback language to be used if no translation to the main language is specified.

Enabled

If Yes, this language is displayed in the list.

Default

If Yes, this language is default for the B2Core UI.

Right to Left

If Yes, this language uses right to left scripts.

Priority

Sequence number of the language in the list.

Requests

In this subsection you can set reject reasons for Requests.

Resolutions

If you reject a client’s request, select a resolution — reason of rejection. On this page you can view a list of available resolutions.

ID

Resolution identifier in the system.

Caption

Resolution description.

Enabled

Resolution status.

Type

Type of the resolution, refer to Resolution types for details.

Resolution types

Resolution types are used to group resolutions.

ID

Resolution type identifier in the system.

Caption

Resolution type description.

Enabled

Resolution type status.

Templates

In this subsection you can set up and manage mailing templates. The email is sent automatically when the specified event occurs (refer to Template types). In the templates, you can use keys which will be automatically replaced with the values ​​specified in the system (refer to Key storage for details).

Template types

Template types are the codes of the events, upon which the email sending occurs.

Name

Event name in the system.

Caption

Event description.

Enabled

If Yes, automatic email sending is enabled for this type of event.

Templates

On this page you can view a list of existing templates.

Type

Template type, refer to Template types.

Locale

Email language.

Subject

Email subject.

Enabled

Status of the template: enabled or disabled.

To view the template itself, click the edit button. In the Template window you can view or edit an HTML-code of the email. Key storage values are supported. Click the Preview button to preview the rendered email.

SMS

SMS can be used, for example, to send 2FA codes or to confirm registration. In this subsection you can manage SMS templates and providers.

Providers

On this page you can view a list of connected SMS providers.

Name

Provider code in the system.

Caption

Provider name.

Provider

Provider (select from the list).

Enabled

Provider status.

Click the edit button to view Provider Settings used to set up connection.

SMS templates

On this page you can view a list of all SMS templates.

Name

Template name in the system.

Caption

Template description.

Enabled

If Yes, this template is used.

To view the template itself, click the edit button. In the Template field you can view or edit SMS text. Key storage values are supported.

Settings

Google Authenticator

Specify Service name to display this name in Google Authenticator app.

Bonuses

Enable or disable automatic crediting of the bonus to the client upon transfer to the trading account. The following bonus options are available:

Autocreate from deposit

If Enabled, this bonus is Active.

Autocreated bonus percent

Percentage of the transfer amount that will be credited to the client as a bonus.

Auto Bonus Limit

A maximum sum of bonuses that can be auto generated to a client. When the overall amount of auto created bonuses to a client reaches the specified limit, new auto created bonuses will not be generated.

Auto Bonus Minimum

A minimum amount of funds transfer to an MT account that will trigger an automatic bonus generation. Applies to each funds transfer to an MT account, and not to an overall sum of all deposits.

Burn on withdrawal

If Enabled and a client makes a withdrawal — all bonuses calculated for a particular account will be burnt and marked as Expired.

Burn if balance < 0

If Enabled, this bonus burns if the client’s balance becomes zero or negative.

Metatrader 4
  • Partner program enabled – if enabled, then clients can see their agent account’s identifier in the MT4 trading account details.

  • Cashback value – a fixed amount in relative units (not percentage) that will be paid to traders as a cashback for each traded lot. The cashback amount can be either integer or decimal number. The calculation formula is: cashback = lots amount × cashback value.

  • Cashback currency – a cashback currency in which the trading volume will be calculated and cashback will be credited. Cashback currency has to match an MT4 account currency, otherwise a trader will not be able to receive a cashback. Refer to How to set a cashback for more information.

  • Account destination typetrade or personal.

    If the trade type is selected, the cashback will be credited to the account from which the trades were made. If the account currency does not match the currency set in Cashback currency, the cashback will be credited to another client’s account on the same platform, nominated in the corresponding currency.

    If the personal type is selected, the cashback will be credited to the client’s personal-type account, nominated in the corresponding currency.

Metatrader 5
  • Partner program enabled – if enabled, then clients can see their agent account’s identifier in the MT5 trading account details.

  • Cashback value – a fixed amount in relative units (not percentage) that will be paid to traders as a cashback for each traded lot. The cashback amount can be either integer or decimal number. The calculation formula is: cashback = lots amount × cashback value.

  • Cashback currency – a cashback currency in which the trading volume will be calculated and cashback will be credited. Cashback currency has to match an MT5 account currency, otherwise a trader will not be able to receive a cashback. Refer to How to set a cashback for more information.

  • Account destination typetrade or personal.

    If the trade type is selected, the cashback will be credited to the account from which the trades were made. If the account currency does not match the currency set in Cashback currency, the cashback will be credited to another client’s account on the same platform, nominated in the corresponding currency.

    If the personal type is selected, the cashback will be credited to the client’s personal-type account, nominated in the corresponding currency.

Google ReCaptcha

When enabled, Google ReCaptcha is added to log in and registration. Specify your ReCaptcha key and secret to set up. refer to How to add Google ReCaptcha for step-by-step description.

Information Showing

Display or hide wallets and profiles identifiers in Wallets, History, and Profile sections of the B2Core UI.

User Confirmation Settings

Limits of attempts to confirm authorization or password changing. The following bonus options are available:

Amount of Tries

Permissible number of unsuccessful email confirmations (withdrawals, registration, password reset, 2FA disable request, password recovery). Defaults to 5. If exceeded, the system blocks new attempts for a Client Confirmation Block Time.

Client Confirmation Block Time

Period of time during which email confirmations will be unavailable after exceeding Amount of Tries limit. Defaults to 10 minutes.

Client Confirmation Failed Interval

Period of time during which new attempts of email confirmation are taken into account.

Confirmation Try Limit

Permissible number of unsuccessful confirmation via email or 2FA attempts. Defaults to 5.

User Auth Settings

Limits of attempts to authorize or change password. The following bonus options are available:

Sign in Tries Before Blocking

Permissible number of unsuccessful authorization attempts. Defaults to 5.

Client Block Time

Period of time during which new attempts to log in will be unavailable after exceeding Sign in Tries Before Blocking limit.

Client Auth Failed Interval

Period of time during which new attempts to log in are taken into account.

Client Settings

If Unique phone option is enabled, a new client cannot register in the system with a phone number that was previously used for registration. Applicable only for clients using a phone number to register.

Register settings

If Auto password generation options is enabled, the passwords for newly registered clients are automatically generated.

Weblate

Specify endpoint, project, and API key to set up integration with the Weblate platform.

Exchange

Set up lifetime interval for exchange rates in the B2Core UI.

Root folders

This section displays a list of all root folders created in General > Clients > Client details > Files. You can grant selected users the right to access root folders by specifying their email in the details tab of the root folder. To do that, click the edit button on the left of the root folder name. If a client has two root folders with identical names, the list will only display one of them, and any root settings you set to one of such folders will automatically apply to the other folder too.

Users

In this subsection you can view and manage the administrators of the B2Core UI Back Office.

ID

Administrator identifier in the system.

Name

Administrator name.

Email

Email which the administrator uses to log in the system.

Allowed Client Tags

Clients with only these tags can be seen by the administrator in Clients, Clients Requests, Deposits, Payouts, Transfers, etc.

Status

Administrator status: enabled or disabled (cannot log in to the system).

Two Factor Authentication

Status of 2FA.

IP Whitelist

Whitelisted IP addresses of the user, refer to White lists.

Groups

A list of groups to which the user is included, refer to Groups.

Groups

In this subsection you can view a list of all user groups in the system and manage the access rights.

ID

Group identifier in the system.

Group

Group name.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains the following tabs:

  • Group — a list of permissions for users included in this group

  • Users — a list of users included in this group

Events

In this subsection, you can set filters for detecting certain events in the system (Event handler properties) and workflows for processing them (Event handler workflow).

ID

Event identifier in the system.

Short description

Event description.

Event

Event code.

Event handler workflow

The instruction to be executed upon event triggering.

Enabled

If Enabled, then the handler is active.

To view event details, click the edit button. Detailed information contains Event handler properties — filters for events and Event handler workflow — a set of fields and available setting depends on the event type, they are described in more detail in the following section.

Successful registration

When a new client is signed up to the B2Core UI or an admin user creates a new client profile via the B2Core Back Office, an email notifications is sent to the target email addresses.

The following properties of the Event handler workflow are available:

Emails

A list of emails, to which the notification about the transfer will be sent.

Template

A template for the email that will be sent upon the event, refer to Templates for details.

Transfers

Upon receiving a transfer to an account in a given platform, an email notifications is sent to the target email addresses.

The following properties of the Event handler workflow are available:

Destination Platform Id

Required parameter.

Source Platform Id

Optional parameter.

Minimum Amount

Optional parameter.

Available workflows

A list of available workflows. Depends on selected handler.

Emails

A list of emails, to which the notification about the transfer will be sent.

Template

A template for the email template that will be sent upon the event, refer to Templates for details.

Account created

When opening an account for a client, a POST request is sent to a provided external URL. Request body contains the following data:

  • Client ID

  • Client Email

  • Account Number

  • Product Name (refer to Products for details)

  • Product Group Type (refer to Groups for details)

  • Product Platform (refer to Platforms for details)

The following properties of the Event handler workflow are available:

External endpoint

External URL to which a POST request will be sent.

Content type

The following values are supported: application/x-www-form-urlencoded, application/json.

Transaction verifying

Once a RED transaction is detected in Transaction monitoring, an email notification will be sent to the target email addresses. The notification contains the following data:

  • Client Email

  • Transaction ID

  • Transaction Hash

  • Risk Score

  • Transaction amount

The following properties of the Event handler workflow are available:

Emails

A list of emails, to which the notification about the suspicious transaction will be sent.

Template

An email template that will be sent upon the event, refer to Templates for details.

Hedging failed

Once a hedging is failed for an exchange operation, an email notification will be sent to the target email addresses or Slack channel. The notification contains the transaction ID.

The following properties of the Event handler workflow are available:

Available workflows

Type of the notification that will be sent:

  • SendNotificationFlow — email notification

  • SendSlackNotificationFlow — Slack notification

Emails

A list of emails to which the notification about the hedging failed will be sent. Applicable for SendNotificationFlow.

Slack Webhook URL

Webhook to the Slack channel to which the notification about the suspicious transaction will be sent. Applicable for SendSlackNotificationFlow.

Template

An email/Slack template that will be sent upon the event triggered, refer to Templates for details.

Request receiving

Once a client request of a specified type is craeted, an email notification will be sent to the target email addresses. The notification contains the following data:

  • Request ID

  • Request type

  • Client name

  • Email

  • Date

When creating an event, you need additionally to select request Types that will trigger notification. Multiple select available.

The following properties of the Event handler workflow are available:

Emails

A list of emails to which the notification about the new request will be sent.

Template

An email template that will be sent upon the event triggered, refer to Templates for details.

Client rights

In this subsection, you can create and edit access rights levels for your clients. Access rights define which transactions the client can make in the B2Core UI.

To apply access rights set, set up verification levels.

Note

You can set personal access rights for a client in the profile. refer to Rights tab for details.

Caption

Description of the level.

Created At

Date and time of the level creation.

Updated At

Date and time of the level editing.

Default (Y/N)

If Y, this access level is default and is assigned to a client with initial verification level.

To see details, click the edit button. The detailed information contains the following fields:

Name

Name of the level.

Caption

Description of the level.

Parent Role

Previous level. Not applicable for default level.

Converter

If selected, the client can exchange funds in the B2Core UI.

Deposits

If selected, the client can deposit funds in the B2Core UI.

Withdrawals

If selected, the client can withdraw funds in the B2Core UI.

Internal Transfers

If selected, the client can transfer funds between wallets in the B2Core UI.

Client folders

On this page you can view and manage a folder tree with any nesting depth, pre-defined for all clients. Folders configured on this page will be displayed on the Files tab in the client’s details. When renaming a folder on this page, it is automatically renamed on the Files tab in the client’s details.

Note

Admin users can create custom folders for a specific client on the Files tab, but the pre-defined folders cannot be edited or removed.

If a system folder is created with the same name as that of an existing custom folder of some client, a _Custom postfix is added to the name of the custom folder, and a system folder with the same name is created next to it.

Permissions:

  • You can assign access permissions to a folder, to specify which groups of users can view and edit it in the Files tab.

  • By default, nested folders inherit the access permissions from the parent folder. Their access permissions cannot be broader than that of the parent folder.

  • When access permissions assigned to a parent folder are revoked from a user group, access to all nested folders is automatically restricted for these users.

  • After access to a parent folder is granted to a user group, this group will NOT be automatically granted access to nested folders.

In the folders list you can see a list of created top-level folders:

Name

Name of the folder.

Created at

Date and time of folder creation.

Updated at

Date and time when the folder was changed.

To see folder details, click the edit button. Each folder has the following tabs:

Directory

Folder path.

Subdirectories

A list of nested folders of the parent folder. Nesting depth is unlimited, and each folder can have its own subdirectories as well. Breadcrumbs are displayed at the top of the page for convenient navigation.

Access rights

A list of available admin user groups and toggle switches, which show whether the users from this group can view the folder and its content on the Files tab in the client’s details. Note that you can use the Turn on all and Turn off all buttons to quickly provide or restrict access to folders.

Security

Search by IP

In this subsection you can view a list of logins to the system.

Client ID

Identifier of the client in the system.

Client

Client’s name.

Client email

Email address of the client.

IP

IP address from which the client logged in to the system.

Auth date

Date and time of the authorization.

Status

Authorization result.

Above the table, you can enable the Hide IP Duplicates option to group entries by unique email + IP pairs and hide repeated entries.

Blocked clients

On this page you can view a list of clients who are temporarily blocked because of, for example, exceeded login attempts limit, etc. (refer to Settings for details). You can unblock these clients here.

Client ID

Client identifier in the system.

Client email

Email address of the client.

IP

IP address from which the client logged in to the system.

Blocked at

Date and time of blocking.

Expired at

Date and time of blocking expiration.

Reason

Reason for blocking.

Black lists

Black lists prohibit certain URLs for certain IP addresses. This functionality can be used to quickly block attackers at the application level.

Important

Blacklisting is an emergency measure and is not as reliable as blocking attackers at the server level. Contact your system administrators.

In this subsection you can view all existing black lists.

ID

Black list identifier in the system.

Route

URL access to which is prohibited.

IP

Blacklisted IP address(es) or subnet mask.

Active

Black list status.

Comment

Reason for blacklisting.

Created at

Date and time of the black list creation.

Updated at

Date and time of the black list update.

White lists

White lists can be used to restrict access to a specific URLs. Access will be allowed only from the listed IP addresses.

In this subsection you can view all existing white lists.

ID

White list identifier in the system.

Route

URL access to which is granted.

IP

Whitelisted IP address(es) or subnet mask.

Active

White list status.

Comment

Reason for whitelisting.

Created at

Date and time of the white list creation.

Updated at

Date and time of the white list update.

Transaction monitoring

In this subsection you can check transactions of your clients and see the risk scores, where the money came from, and all key signals about it:

Client ID

Identifier of the user, who created the transaction.

Transaction ID

Identifier of the transaction.

Transaction Type

Deposit or withdraw.

Created date

Date and time of the transaction.

Email

Email of the client.

Source amount

Transaction amount in the source currency.

Source currency

Transaction currency.

Provider

Name of the risk monitoring provider, SumSubstance available at the moment.

Review Result

Transaction check result by provider: red, green, or error.

Risk Score

Risk score of the transaction by provider.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains additional signals of the transaction such as where the funds came from, is there any risk that they were stolen, ML risk level of the exchange, etc.

Address whitelist

In this subsection you can see a list of wallet addresses for payouts, which clients added to white list.

Client ID

Identifier of the client who added the address.

Client Email

Email of the client who added the address.

Address

Address of the wallet.

Destination tag

Applicable for XRP, XLM, BNB, XEM.

Currency

Destination currency

Antifraud

The Antifraud section provides you with an opportunity to set up antifraud alerts and related procedures.

Antifraud notifications

On this page you can view a list of all antifraud notifications on events for which your email is set as a notification email.

ID

Notification identifier.

Client ID

Identifier of the client related to the notification.

Responsibles

Emails of admin users who are responsible for this antifraud procedure.

Type

Type of event which triggered the notification.

Date

Date and time of notification.

Client Name

Name of the client related to the notification.

Client Type

Type of the client related to the notification: individual, corporate, pro.

Client Internal Type

This field is used for internal purposes only.

Client Verification Level

Verification level of the client related to the notification.

Client Status

Status of the client related to the notification, refer to Client statuses for details.

Client Email

Email of the client related to the notification.

Client Last Login

Date and time of the client last log in to the system.

Status

If there are any Antifraud procedures related to this event, its status will be displayed here.

Closing Date

Date and time of event resolution.

To see details, click the edit button. Detailed info contains:

Main Info

Same as displayed in the notifications list.

Details

Violated or urgent parameters of the event, that triggered the notification.

Procedures of Notification

Steps that must be performed to resolve the event (refer to Antifraud procedures for details):

Priority

Step sequence number.

Status

Current status of the step: To Do, In Progress, Done.

Responsibles

Emails list of the Back Office users who are responsible for this step.

Last Update

Date and time of the last step update.

Last User Update

User who performed the last update.

Status Change

A list of event statuses updates.

Antifraud settings

The following antifraud events are supported:

Identical IP Used By Multiple Accounts

Someone logged in from the same IP address for the period specified in the settings.

Multiple Withdrawals with No Trading Activity

Withdrawal attempt by a client who does not trade.

Identical Withdrawal Wallet Address Used By Multiple Accounts

Withdrawals to the same wallet were made by other clients.

Identical Phone Number Used By Multiple Accounts

Other client has verified this phone number.

Identical Email Used By Multiple Accounts

The same email address has been ever used by another client.

Excessive Deposits Sum

The total amount of the client’s deposits exceeds the amount specified in the settings (in EUR).

Frequent Deposits

Once a day checks if the number of deposits has exceeded the limit specified in the settings for the selected period.

Verification Level Unauthorised Change

Admin whose email is not listed in the Exceptions has changed the verification level.

Excessive B2Trader Trades Amount

The number of trades for the specified period exceeds the limit specified in the settings, applicable only for B2Core and B2Trader solution.

B2Trader Arbitrage Triangle

The client has exceeded the arbitration triangle limit for the selected period, applicable only for B2Core and B2Trader solution.

For each event you can set:

Exceptions

A list of IPs or emails to which the selected event is not applied (notification is not triggered). Patterns of email addresses are supported. For example, if the exception rule is created for user*@email.com, the antifraud system will not be triggered for any address which starts with user and ends with @email.com like user+1@email.com, etc.

Notifications emails

Only registered users of the Back Office.

Settings

Available for most of the events: specify the trigger, for example, max deposit amount for a period. Setting options depend on the event type.

Antifraud procedures

For each notification you can configure a procedure, which describes the order of steps (actions) that must be performed to resolve this event.

In this subsection you can view all set procedures for all type of events.

ID

Procedure identifier in the system.

Notification Type

Event type.

Caption

Procedure description.

Responsibles

Emails list of the Back Office users who are responsible for this step.

Priority

Sequence number of the step.

After configuration, responsible administrators will be able to see the steps of the procedure in the details of the notifications, which are related to the procedure events, and change statuses after completing these steps.

References

Client statuses

  • Active — normal state, client can log in to the B2Core UI

  • Inactive — registration problems, client cannot log in to the B2Core UI

  • Banned — client is prohibited to log in to the B2Core UI

Client request statuses

  • Pending — request was sent but has not yet been processed by the administrator

  • Approved — request was approved by the administrator

  • Rejected — request was rejected by the administrator

Transaction statuses

Below are listed available statuses of financial operations: deposits, payouts, transfers, and exchanges.

  • New — transaction was created but has not yet been processed

  • Pending — transaction request was sent but has not yet been approved by the administrator

  • Done — transaction was successfully processed

  • Partial — transaction processing was not finished due to some technical problems

  • Failed — transaction failed due to incorrect parameters

  • Rejected — transaction request was rejected by the administrator

  • Canceled — transaction was canceled by the client

  • Success — deposit was credited

  • In progress — transaction is being processed

  • Hold failed — error occurred while debiting funds which were blocked (applicable if holds were enabled — refer to Operation types for details)

Currency codes

FIAT

Code

Alpha

Precision

Name

8

ALL

2

Albanian lek

12

DZD

2

Algerian dinar

32

ARS

2

Argentine peso

36

AUD

2

Australian dollar

44

BSD

2

Bahamian dollar

48

BHD

3

Bahraini dinar

50

BDT

2

Bangladeshi taka

51

AMD

2

Armenian dram

52

BBD

2

Barbados dollar

60

BMD

2

Bermudian dollar

64

BTN

2

Bhutanese ngultrum

68

BOB

2

Boliviano

72

BWP

2

Botswana pula

84

BZD

2

Belize dollar

90

SBD

2

Solomon Islands dollar

96

BND

2

Brunei dollar

104

MMK

2

Myanmar kyat

108

BIF

0

Burundian franc

116

KHR

2

Cambodian riel

124

CAD

2

Canadian dollar

132

CVE

0

Cape Verde escudo

136

KYD

2

Cayman Islands dollar

144

LKR

2

Sri Lankan rupee

152

CLP

0

Chilean peso

156

CNY (alias: CNH)

2

Chinese yuan

170

COP

2

Colombian peso

174

KMF

0

Comoro franc

188

CRC

2

Costa Rican colon

191

HRK

2

Croatian kuna

192

CUP

2

Cuban peso

203

CZK

2

Czech koruna

208

DKK

2

Danish krone

214

DOP

2

Dominican peso

222

SVC

2

Salvadoran colón

230

ETB

2

Ethiopian birr

232

ERN

2

Eritrean nakfa

238

FKP

2

Falkland Islands pound

242

FJD

2

Fiji dollar

262

DJF

0

Djiboutian franc

270

GMD

2

Gambian dalasi

292

GIP

2

Gibraltar pound

320

GTQ

2

Guatemalan quetzal

324

GNF

0

Guinean franc

328

GYD

2

Guyanese dollar

332

HTG

2

Haitian gourde

340

HNL

2

Honduran lempira

344

HKD

2

Hong Kong dollar

348

HUF

2

Hungarian forint

352

ISK

0

Icelandic króna

356

INR

2

Indian rupee

360

IDR

2

Indonesian rupiah

364

IRR

2

Iranian rial

365

IRT

2

Iranian Toman

368

IQD

3

Iraqi dinar

376

ILS

2

Israeli new shekel

388

JMD

2

Jamaican dollar

392

JPY

0

Japanese yen

398

KZT

2

Kazakhstani tenge

400

JOD

3

Jordanian dinar

404

KES

2

Kenyan shilling

408

KPW

2

North Korean won

410

KRW

0

South Korean won

414

KWD

3

Kuwaiti dinar

417

KGS

2

Kyrgyzstani som

418

LAK

2

Lao kip

422

LBP

2

Lebanese pound

426

LSL

2

Lesotho loti

430

LRD

2

Liberian dollar

434

LYD

3

Libyan dinar

440

LTL

2

Lithuanian Litas

446

MOP

2

Macanese pataca

454

MWK

2

Malawian kwacha

458

MYR

2

Malaysian ringgit

462

MVR

2

Maldivian rufiyaa

478

MRO

1

Mauritanian ouguiya

480

MUR

2

Mauritian rupee

484

MXN

2

Mexican peso

496

MNT

2

Mongolian tögrög

498

MDL

2

Moldovan leu

504

MAD

2

Moroccan dirham

512

OMR

3

Omani rial

516

NAD

2

Namibian dollar

524

NPR

2

Nepalese rupee

532

ANG

2

Netherlands Antillean guilder

533

AWG

2

Aruban florin

548

VUV

0

Vanuatu vatu

554

NZD

2

New Zealand dollar

558

NIO

2

Nicaraguan córdoba

566

NGN

2

Nigerian naira

578

NOK

2

Norwegian krone

586

PKR

2

Pakistani rupee

590

PAB

2

Panamanian balboa

598

PGK

2

Papua New Guinean kina

600

PYG

0

Paraguayan guaraní

604

PEN

2

Peruvian Sol

608

PHP

2

Philippine peso

634

QAR

2

Qatari riyal

643

RUB

2

Russian ruble

646

RWF

0

Rwandan franc

654

SHP

2

Saint Helena pound

678

STD

2

São Tomé and Príncipe dobra

682

SAR

2

Saudi riyal

690

SCR

2

Seychelles rupee

694

SLL

2

Sierra Leonean leone

702

SGD

2

Singapore dollar

704

VND

0

Vietnamese đồng

706

SOS

2

Somali shilling

710

ZAR

2

South African rand

728

SSP

2

South Sudanese pound

748

SZL

2

Swazi lilangeni

752

SEK

2

Swedish krona/kronor

756

CHF

2

Swiss franc

760

SYP

2

Syrian pound

764

THB

2

Thai baht

776

TOP

2

Tongan pa’anga

780

TTD

2

Trinidad and Tobago dollar

784

AED

2

United Arab Emirates dirham

788

TND

3

Tunisian dinar

800

UGX

0

Ugandan shilling

807

MKD

2

Macedonian denar

810

RUR

2

Russian ruble

818

EGP

2

Egyptian pound

826

GBP

2

Pound sterling

834

TZS

2

Tanzanian shilling

840

USD

2

United States dollar

858

UYU

2

Uruguayan peso

860

UZS

2

Uzbekistan som

882

WST

2

Samoan tala

886

YER

2

Yemeni rial

901

TWD

2

New Taiwan dollar

931

CUC

2

Cuban convertible peso

932

ZWL

2

Zimbabwean dollarA/10

933

BYN

2

Belarusian ruble

934

TMT

2

Turkmenistan manat

936

GHS

2

Ghanaian cedi

937

VEF

2

Venezuelan bolívar

938

SDG

2

Sudanese pound

940

UYI

0

Uruguay Peso en Unidades Indexadas (URUIURUI) (funds code)

941

RSD

2

Serbian dinar

943

MZN

2

Mozambican metical

944

AZN

2

Azerbaijani manat

946

RON

2

Romanian leu

947

CHE

2

WIR Euro (complementary currency)

948

CHW

2

WIR Franc (complementary currency)

949

TRY

2

Turkish lira

950

XAF

0

CFA franc BEAC

951

XCD

2

East Caribbean dollar

952

XOF

0

CFA franc BCEAO

953

XPF

0

CFP franc (franc Pacifique)

955

XBA

European Composite Unit(EURCO) (bond market unit)

956

XBB

European Monetary Unit (E.M.U.-6) (bond market unit)

957

XBC

European Unit of Account 9(E.U.A.-9) (bond market unit)

958

XBD

European Unit of Account 17(E.U.A.-17) (bond market unit)

959

XAU

2

Gold (one troy ounce)

960

XDR

Special drawing rights

961

XAG

3

Silver (one troy ounce)

962

XPT

2

Platinum (one troy ounce)

963

XTS

Code reserved for testing purposes

964

XPD

2

Palladium (one troy ounce)

965

XUA

ADB Unit of Account

967

ZMW

2

Zambian kwacha

968

SRD

2

Surinamese dollar

969

MGA

1

Malagasy ariary

970

COU

2

Unidad de Valor Real (UVR) (funds code)[7]

971

AFN

2

Afghan afghani

972

TJS

2

Tajikistani somoni

973

AOA

2

Angolan kwanza

975

BGN

2

Bulgarian lev

976

CDF

2

Congolese franc

977

BAM

2

Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark

978

EUR

2

Euro

979

MXV

2

Mexican Unidad de Inversion (UDI) (funds code)

980

UAH

2

Ukrainian hryvnia

981

GEL

2

Georgian lari

984

BOV

2

Bolivian Mvdol (funds code)

985

PLN

2

Polish złoty

986

BRL

2

Brazilian real

990

CLF

4

Unidad de Fomento (funds code)

994

XSU

SUCRE

997

USN

2

United States dollar (next day) (funds code)

999

XXX

No currency

Crypto

Code

Alpha

Precision

Name

1000

BTC (alias: XBT)

8

Bitcoin

1002

ETH

18

Ethereum

1003

LTC

8

Litecoin

1004

ETC

8

Ethereum Classic

1005

DASH (alias: DSH)

8

DASH

1006

BCH

8

Bitcoin Cash

1007

XMR

8

Monero

1009

PZM

8

Prizm

1010

XRP

6

Ripple

1012

XEM

8

XEM

1015

TFT

8

ThreeFold Token

1018

ADA

8

ADA

1019

DOGE

8

Dogecoin

1020

ZEC

8

Zcach

1021

XLM

7

Stellar

1022

EOS

8

EOS

1023

BWK

8

Bulwark

1025

NSD

8

Nasdacoin

1026

TRX

8

Tron

1027

FUT

8

FutPlayCoin

1029

MPC

8

MediaPlayCash

1995

XTZ

8

Tezos

1996

WAVES

8

Waves

1997

ICX

8

Icon

1999

BSV

8

Bitcoin SV

2000

B2B (alias: B2BX)

18

B2BX

2005

USDT

8

Tether

2006

EURT

8

Tether EUR

2007

R

8

Revain

2008

OMG

8

OmiseGO

2009

IOST

8

IOSToken

2010

VIU

8

Viuly

2011

EOS Token

8

EOS Token

2012

SRNT

18

Serenity

2014

NEO

8

NEO

2016

BXN

8

BITTXN

2018

DTC

8

DateCoin

2020

OLXA

2

OLXA

2021

PAX

8

PAX

2022

TUSD

8

TrueUSD

2023

GUSD

8

Gemini Dollar

2024

USDC

8

USD Coin

2025

BNB

8

Binance Coin

2030

XGT

8

XGT

2032

HDP

4

HedPay

2033

NADM

8

NeoAdam

2034

NOAH

18

NOAHCOIN

2035

TC

8

Titan Coin

2036

GGC

18

GG World Lottery

2037

SIM

18

Simmitri

2038

CTC

18

Catholic Coin

2039

MYX

8

Myoho

2040

CRAFTR

18

CraftR

2041

XRX

8

Global Property Register

2042

USDQ

18

USDQ

2043

ELLEX

18

Ellex Coin

2044

ANX

8

COINANX

2045

BNX

8

BTCNEXT Coin

2046

BFCL

18

BFCL Token

2047

ERN

8

EURON

2048

NWX

8

NIWIX Token

2049

C3W

8

C3 Wallet

2050

QDAO

18

Q DAO

2051

SPD

18

SPINDLE

2053

ZTX

18

Zulu Republic Token

2054

ITM

8

ITADAKI-MASU Coin

2055

DEC

8

Darico Ecosystem Coin

2056

KRWQ

8

KRWQ Stablecoin by Q DAO v1.0

2057

NZE

8

Nagezeni

2058

NIOX

8

NIOX

2060

VEST

8

VestChain

2061

BKZ

8

Bitkruz Token

2066

FMT

8

Free Market Token

2068

DAI

8

Dai Stablecoin

2070

AZ

8

AZ Token

2071

B21

8

B21 Token

2075

PDATA

8

PDATA

2077

BUSD

8

Binance USD

2078

ZVC

8

Zeven Coin

2081

ARBIS

8

ARBIS

2083

BII

8

Bitcoin 2

2084

BDS

8

Bitcoin Dollar Stable

2086

BWON

8

Bitcoin BWON

2087

BYUN

8

Bitcoin BYUN

2088

NEX

8

NEX

2090

TEX

8

TEX

2968

COVIP

8

COVIP

2969

SCAMUNKNOWN

8

Scam ALERT: UNKNOWN status. Audit made by Q DeFi Rating

2970

SCAMMEDIUMRISK

8

Scam ALERT: Medium Risk. Audit made by Q DeFi Rating

2971

SCAMHIGH

8

Scam ALERT: HIGH probability. Audit made by Q DeFi Rating

2972

NOAHARK

8

NOAH’s DeFi ARK v.1 Governance Token

2973

FLR

8

Spark

2974

FXRP

8

Spark

2975

XYM

8

XYM

2976

QDEFI

8

Q DeFi Rating & Governance token v2.0 Token

2977

T34

8

Platinum Software TECHNOLOGIES

2978

CNYQ

8

CNYQ Stablecoin by Q DAO

2979

JPYQ

8

JPYQ Stablecoin by Q DAO

2980

MILK2

8

MILK2 Coin

2981

SHAKE

8

SHAKE Coin

2982

MATIC

8

Matic Network

2983

ERG

8

Ergo

2984

LTCP

8

Litecoin PoS

2985

ZRX

8

0x

2986

BIP

8

Minter

2987

ATOM

8

Cosmos

2988

GRAM

8

Telegram Open Network IOU

2989

JPYQ

8

JPYQ

2990

NOAHP

8

NOAH.platinum

2991

CC

8

Custom Coin

2993

SPD

8

Spindle

2994

OWC

8

ODUWA Coin

2995

NCER

0

NIWIX Certificate

2996

NWX

8

NIWIX Token

2997

ERN

8

EURON

2998

BFCL

8

BFCL Token

2999

ABBC

8

ABBC

Block explorer list

Coins

Currency

Block explorer link

BCH

https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-cash/transaction/{address}

BNB-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

BNB-DEX

https://binance.mintscan.io/txs/{address}

BTC

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/{address}

DASH

https://live.blockcypher.com/dash/tx/{address}

DOGE

https://live.blockcypher.com/doge/tx/{address}

ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

LTC

https://live.blockcypher.com/ltc/tx/{address}

TRX

https://tronscan.org/#/transaction/{address}

XLM

https://stellarchain.io/tx/{address}

XMR

https://blockchair.com/monero/transaction/{address}

XRP

https://xrpscan.com/tx/{address}

ZEC

https://explorer.zcha.in/transactions/{address}

Stablecoins

Currency

Block explorer link

BUSD-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

BUSD-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

BUSD-T-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

DAI-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

DAI-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

TUSD-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

USDC-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

USDC-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

USDC-TRX

https://tronscan.org/#/transaction/{address}

USDP-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

USDP-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

USDT-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

USDT-TRX

https://tronscan.org/#/transaction/{address}

UST-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

UST-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

Tokens

Currency

Block explorer link

1INCH-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

1INCH-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

AAVE-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

AKRO-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

ALPHA-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

ALPHA-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

AMP-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

AXS-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

BADGER-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

BAL-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

BAND-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

BAND-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

BAT-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

BAT-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

BZRX-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

CAKE-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

CHR-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

CHZ-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

COMP-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

CRV-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

ENJ-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

FET-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

FTM-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

FTM-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

FTT-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

GRT-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

HOT-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

LINK-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

LINK-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

LRC-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

MANA-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

MATIC-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

MKR-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

MKR-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

NU-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

OCEAN-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

OMG-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

QNT-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

RARI-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

REEF-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

REEF-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

REN-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

RSR-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

SAND-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

SHIB-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

SNX-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

SNX-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

SRM-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

SUSHI-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

SUSHI-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

SXP-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

SXP-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

UNI-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

UNI-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

YFI-BSC

https://bscscan.com/tx/{address}

YFI-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}

ZRX-ETH

https://etherscan.io/tx/{address}