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How do I import my crypto transactions into Divly?
How do I import my crypto transactions into Divly?
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Written by Carl Gärdsell
Updated over a week ago

Divly has built custom import processes for every wallet/exchange we support. This makes the process a lot smoother to import your crypto transactions.

You can import transactions by adding a Wallet via the Wallets page in Divly. Search for your wallet, click on it, and then follow the instructions provided for that wallet.

You can also add each transaction manually via the Transactions page in Divly. Click the button Add Transaction and select the transaction type you want to add.

Choosing your preferred import method

If your wallet is supported, it is recommended to simply follow the default import method that shows when you click on your wallet. However, feel free to choose the import method that suits you best.

Four methods to import your crypto transactions into Divly:

  1. Automatic Import

  2. File Import

  3. Import Custom File

  4. Add Transactions Manually

Automatic Import

Divly can often import your transactions automatically directly from the wallet or exchange.

If available for your selected wallet, Divly will provide instructions on how to set this up. In order for it to work you will need to grant Divly some form of access by either clicking an authorization button, providing API keys, or signing using technologies like BankID.

Important: Please only create Read Only API keys when using Divly. We only require access to your transaction data in order to calculate your taxes. For more information read about the best practices for importing transactions with API keys.

The benefit of using an Automatic Import is that you can update your transactions by simply clicking a button in Divly. It also removes the need for you to download and upload files which can sometimes be quite tedious.

File Import

You can download a file from your wallet or exchange that contains all of your transactions. You can then drag and drop it into Divly which will read the file and import all your transactions.

The file import method does not require any authorization. However, to update your transactions you will need to download and upload a new transaction file every time you want to update your transactions.

This is the most common import method as many wallets don't provide API's required to build an Automatic Import. The files are usually provided in CSV or XLSX format.

Import Custom File

This option is commonly used when Divly does not support your wallet and there are a lot of transactions to import. You can read more about how to import transactions from any wallet or exchange.

You can easily rename your wallet in Divly to make it easier to organize.

Custom CSV file import

Add Transactions Manually

This method is very useful if you only have a few transactions to import and can save a lot of hassle. You can either add new transactions to one of your existing wallets in Divly, or you can add an Empty Wallet and rename it.

You can add transactions one-by-one directly in Divly on the Transactions page. Click on the blue button Add Transaction to the right.

Manual transaction import button

Choose whether it should be a Deposit, Withdrawal, Trade, or Transfer. Fill in the required fields, and then click Add Transaction.

Manual transaction import button

For more information please see the article How do I add transactions manually in Divly.

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