This help article shows you how to create an API key within You can use this key to connect your account, and automatically import your transactions.

Video Import Guide

Note: CoinLedger only needs "Read" or "View" access to import your trade history. This permission protects your accounts. Learn more about API access in this article here.

Important Note: has a significant export limitation for fiat purchases

Fiat purchases made with debit/credit or bank transfer are exported by as one-sided deposits. Fiat purchases made from your fiat wallet balance do get exported correctly (both sides of the transaction are included so CoinLedger is able to parse these correctly as a Fiat Buy transaction)

If you purchased crypto on using debit/credit or bank transfer, you will need to import those purchases separately. There are three ways that you can import these fiat purchases into CoinLedger.

  • Add them in-app as single transactions under your tab in Step 1. Import

  • Create a CSV template and enter your fiat purchases as Trades

  • Download the Deposits file from When you import this file into CoinLedger your fiat purchases will show up as one-sided deposits. Navigate to Step 3. Review and edit the transaction to change the transaction type to Fiat Buy, and then add in the fiat amount.

Step-by-Step Import Instructions

Step 1:

Log in to your account

Step 2:

  • Navigate to the API section

  • Click on the User icon in the top right corner and select API Management

Step 3:

Select APIv4 Keys in the menu on the left.

Step 4:

Click on Create API Key button on the right.

  • Enter a remark (this can be anything you'd like) for the API key, make sure Read Only permissions are given to Spot/Margin Trade and Wallet

  • Click Confirm & Create

  • Pass the security verification

Step 5:

Copy the Key and Secret into a safe place.

Step 6:

Navigate to Step 1. Import. Select Add Account then choose the tab on CoinLedger. Click on Auto-Import then enter your API Key and API Secret into the correct fields. Click Sync Transactions.

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