Important information about the Trade History file from KuCoin
1. The KuCoin Trade History file does not include fiat buys (a fiat buy is when you trade USD or other fiat currencies for crypto). There are a few options for getting these imported:
Option 1: If it’s a few buys those can be added manually in-app in Step 1. Import
Option 2: Locate the original buys in KuCoin and then add them to the Manual Import template file.
Option 3: Download the Deposits and Withdrawals file which includes the crypto amounts as deposits. Once the deposits are imported into CoinLedger you can go into your account in the Review stage and edit the transactions and add the USD amount for each buy to the trade.
2. If you traded on KuCoin before 2019 you will need to request a CSV file from their customer support team, as these trades are not included in API or website file export. To request the file that includes full transaction history contact KuCoin Support website. More information is in this guide.
3. The KuCoin Trade History file does not include income transactions (airdrops, mining income, staking or interest income, etc.) to import those please follow this guide.
Step-by-step Import Instructions
Login to your KuCoin account.
Navigate to the Trade History page following this link.
Click the Export to CSV button and then click Customize to use the following options to prepare your CSV files.
Export your trades by selecting a custom date range.
Important: KuCoin has a limit of 100 days per export so use the following date ranges to download your trades for each year of trading:
January 1st - March 31st
April 1st - June 30th
July 1st - September 30th
October 1st - December 31st
Wait for the KuCoin to generate your files and then navigate to the download page. Once there, download each file by clicking the download icon to the right:
Extract the .zip file.
You will see a file in .csv format after extracting the .zip file. Navigate to Step 1. Import. Select Add Account then choose the KuCoin tab on CoinLedger. Click on Upload File and drag your CSV file into the box to import your transactions.