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Step 2: Import your transactions

Learn how to connect your wallets and import your transaction history into Divly.

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Written by Carl Gärdsell
Updated over a week ago

It's time to start importing your crypto transactions so you can start using Divly to declare your taxes. This step is made a lot smoother by using Divly's custom built wallet and exchange integrations. Let's try it out by adding your first wallet!

Add your first wallet

Being by clicking on the button Add Wallets & Exchanges.

Overview of the left-hand menu

Search for one of the crypto wallets you have used and click on it.

Depending on the wallet you have selected, there may be one or multiple methods to import your transactions. Generally speaking the preferred method is to use the one that pops up by default, which will be either Automatic Import or File Import. Find an example of each one below.

File Import

  1. Choose the import method called File Import.

  2. Download the correct file from your wallet/exchange by following the guide provided by Divly on the right.

  3. Drag and drop it into the blue box on Divly. The import process will begin.

Automatic Import

  1. Choose the import method called Automatic Import.

  2. Enter the details needed for Divly to fetch your transactions. You can create the correct API keys by following the guide to the right.

  3. Click the button Save & Import.

For more detailed information regarding how to import your crypto transactions please see this FAQ article. It explains how to use different wallet import methods (automatic, file, and empty).

If your wallet is not supported by Divly, you can still add transactions manually or request for an integration to be built by contacting Divly's customer support.

View your transactions

Once you have added a new wallet, all the pages will populate with data. We recommend going to the Transactions page and confirming that you can see all of your transactions from the wallet you just imported.

Add your remaining wallets

Now that you have successfully added your first wallet, it's time to add any other wallets you may have. This includes exchanges, hardware wallets, etc.

Divly needs to know at what price you purchased your coins for in order to calculate the correct gains or losses for the current tax year.

If you have multiple wallets and exchanges that's fine. Just make sure to import transactions from all of them as the first step. This will avoid the risk of you needing to redo any of the work in the next steps.

Important: Make sure to import ALL of your crypto transactions into Divly before you proceed to the next step. Otherwise there is a risk your taxes won't be correct.

Proceed to the next step!

Now that you have imported your crypto transactions, we can move on to the next part of this guide - Step 3: Review your transactions.

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