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Ledger Wallet - Blockchain Import Guide
Ledger Wallet - Blockchain Import Guide

Import your transactions from Ledger Wallet

David Kemmerer avatar
Written by David Kemmerer
Updated over a week ago

You can easily import Ledger wallet into CoinLedger by entering your public wallet address.

Step-by-Step Instructions

1. From the Import Stage select Add Account and choose Ledger

2. Find your public wallet address on Ledger Wallet

Follow this guide to retrieve your extended public key (xPub) within Ledger.

Click on Receive on the left-hand side Menu of the Ledger Live App.

Select chain in the Account to credit dropdown box.

Then press Continue and follow the prompts to connect and unlock your device.

Once confirmed, copy the address to your clipboard.

Note: Repeat this process for each chain that you used within Ledger wallet.

If you're using a Ledger Wallet on BTC, you will want to generate your extended public key in order to import your transactions into CoinLedger. For BTC transactions specifically, please follow this guide from Ledger on how to get your xpub/zpub and import this into CoinLedger, or watch this short walkthrough video below:

3. Paste in your public address

Next, press Connect Wallet on the new Ledger tab you selected. Paste your address into the Wallet Address field. You'll also be prompted to select the blockchain you would like to import. In this example, I selected the Ethereum blockchain.

CoinLedger will automatically scan this address to see if it was used on any other blockchains and will then prompt you to import your transactions from each of those chains. This allows you to import all of your transactions in one easy, seamless experience. To proceed, press Agree.

After a moment, CoinLedger will ask you to review each of the blockchains it automatically suggested. You can remove or modify any of the suggestions on this screen. Once you're ready to proceed with your import, select Sync Transactions!

After a few moments, each of your blockchain imports will be complete. If CoinLedger did not suggest each of the blockchains you use on your Ledger Wallet, you'll need to import those chains individually. For a list of the blockchains and dapps that CoinLedger supports, check out this guide.

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.

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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