Learn how to import your crypto transactions into Divly from your favorite wallets.
Do I need to import all of my transactions?
It is crucial to add ALL of your crypto transactions from the very beginning.
Divly needs access to your first transactions in order to calculate the correct cost basis (which is required to determine your gains and losses). The cost basis is calculated using the purchase price for every crypto. Even if you are only declaring taxes for the previous tax year, you still need to include all transactions from all prior tax years.
How do I import my crypto transactions into Divly?
You can import transactions using our API / OAuth automatic import, CSV file import, custom CSV file import, or manually in Divly. Navigate to the Wallets page to import transactions.
There are different methods you can use to import your transactions. The method you choose will primarily depend on what is available for the wallet or exchange in question. However, if several methods are available feel free to use the one that suits you the best!
We import your transactions automatically directly from the wallet or exchange. You will need to provide us authorization to be able to fetch transaction data from your account. Anytime you need to update your trades you can do this with on click.
Download a CSV file from your wallet or exchange that contains all of your transactions, and then upload it to Divly. We do not require any authorization but you need to provide a new file every time you want to update your transactions. This is the most common import method as many wallets don't provide API's.
Use Divly's custom CSV file to import a batch of transactions. Commonly used if Divly does not support your wallet and there are a lot of transactions.
Import transactions one at a time in Divly's platform on the Transactions page. very useful if you only have a few transactions to import.
My exchange/wallet is not listed, what do I do?
Contact our support and let us know what wallet or exchange you want added. If you send a CSV file with transactions to email@example.com then our integrations team will be able to add your wallet or exchange within a few business days.
We try to support as many wallets and exchanges as possible. This is a never ending process as new exchanges and wallets are always popping up. Similarly, existing wallets sometimes change their CSV file structure or API logic which means we need to update the integration.
Almost all exchanges offer CSV files with transaction data, some exchanges also offer API's.
Most of our CSV file integrations are built using files customers have sent us. That is why we are very grateful when customers send us example files. We recommend changing the numbers in the file as we only need to see the file structure to build an integration.
Alternatively, you can also import transactions using the following two methods:
Add transactions manually one by one directly in the Divly platform. This is useful if you only have a handful of transactions to import from the unsupported wallet or exchange.
Upload a batch of transactions using Divly’s custom CSV.
I lost some of my transaction history, what do I do?
Unfortunately this is not an uncommon occurrence. We will be providing you with a best practice guide here in the future.