OpenSea - Blockchain Import Guide

Import your OpenSea transactions with your Ethereum wallet and automatically calculate your NFT taxes.

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Written by David Kemmerer
Updated over a week ago

CoinLedger automatically integrates with OpenSea to simplify your NFT taxes. Simply enter your public Ethereum wallet address.

1. From the Import page select Add Account and choose Ethereum

2. Enter your public Ethereum wallet address

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.

Copy this address to your clipboard and paste it into CoinLedger.

3. All of your OpenSea transactions will be imported and classified

CoinLedger natively integrates with OpenSea. By entering your public ETH address, all of your OpenSea transactions will be imported and classified.

Uncategorized transactions

Note - if you swapped crypto from smart contracts that CoinLedger does not integrate with yet, these transactions will be imported as Uncategorized. You can properly map those transactions from the Transactions page within CoinLedger. Learn more about classifying Uncategorized transactions in this guide.

What happens if I don’t classify Uncategorized transactions?

Uncategorized transactions are treated by default as non-taxable self-wallet transfers.

Uncategorized transactions that are left alone and not further classified will not directly impact your tax report or capital gains.

Our team is continually building native support for additional smart contracts like OpenSea and Uniswap. What smart contract would you like us to integrate with next? :)

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