You can import your Ethereum blockchain transactions into CoinLedger by entering your public wallet address into Step 1: Import.
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Step-By-Step Import Instructions
1. Add an Ethereum account
Select Ethereum as an account you used from within Step 1 of CoinLedger.
2. Find the public address for your wallet
No matter what type of wallet you are using (MetaMask, Coinbase Wallet, Ledger, etc.), you can locate your public Ethereum address from within your wallet provider.
Pictured below is the public Ethereum address for a MetaMask wallet. Copy this address to your clipboard.
3. Paste in your public address
Paste in your public address to CoinLedger and import your transactions.
Basic transactions such as wallet transfers, deposits, withdrawals, and fees automatically get classified on import.
Additionally, if CoinLedger already has a pre-built integration with the smart contract or decentralized app that your wallet interacted with—such as OpenSea or Uniswap—those transactions will also be automatically classified.
View the list of our pre-built Ethereum integrations here.
If your Ethereum wallet transacted with a smart contract or decentralized app that we don’t have a native integration with yet, the transaction will be classified as “Unmapped”.
You can further classify these unmapped transactions from within the Classify step of the app. Simply select the wallet you wish to classify additional transactions from, and classify the transaction into its appropriate type.
For example in the unmapped transaction below, we can properly classify the transaction as an airdrop of ENS tokens.
What happens if I don’t classify Unmapped transactions?
Unmapped transactions are treated by default as non-taxable self-wallet transfers.
Unmapped transactions that are left alone and not further classified will not directly impact your tax report or capital gains.