Liquid - File Import Guide

How to import your Liquid trading history into CoinLedger

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Written by Lucas Wyland
Updated over a week ago

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Legacy Import Instructions

File Import Walkthrough

Step 2:
On the top right of the menu header, select the Wallets dropdown list and then Transactions History.

Step 3:
Scroll to the bottom of the page. Under the Overview Report section, select the appropriate date range and then click on Send Report Via Email.

Step 4:

Download the report from the email when it arrives, extract the report from the archive.

Then, in the CoinLedger app, navigate to Step 1. Import. Select Add Account and then choose the Liquid tab on CoinLedger. Click on Upload File and drag your CSV file into the box to import your transactions.

Liquid File Limitations

Liquid has recently paused withdrawals and deposits in accordance with bankruptcy proceedings and may not be available in your market. If this is the case, please reach out to their Customer Support directly. Alternatively, you can import your transactions from these exchanges into CoinLedger using our Universal Manual Import template.

Additionally, note that it's important to upload the file Exactly as you receive it from Liquid. Do not open the file and use the "save" or "save as" function on your computer as this can affect the encoding of the file. If you need to edit your CSV, please use Google Sheets.

Finally, note that trading reports are limited to returning 92 days of results. If your trades exceed the given range, export multiple reports and import all of them to CoinLedger!


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