MEXC - File Import Guide

How to import your MEXC transactions into CoinLedger

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Written by Lucas Wyland
Updated over a week ago

Important Note: MEXC does not export a complete transaction history file that includes all transaction types. Instead, MEXC exports a few different file types: Withdrawals, Deposits, and Trades. Each of these files contains completely separate transactions.

For this reason, it is very important to carefully review all transaction types that you had on MEXC and then export each file that contains these transaction types. This guide includes descriptions of the data included in each file as well as step-by-step instructions for importing each file into CoinLedger.

Step 1:

Log in to your MEXC account.

Step 2:

Navigate to Spot Orders from the dropdown menu.

Step 3:

Select the Trade History tab and click on Export Trade History

Step 4:

Leave Trading Pair and Side set to All and select a time frame that contains all of your trades and click on Generate. (Note: MEXC limits users to only generating files in one-year increments, meaning you can only select up to 365 days at a time on the menu shown below. Make sure you generate a file for each year of your trading history on MEXC).

Once the file is generated, select Download.

Step 5:

In the Wallets dropdown menu, select Transaction History.

Step 6:

Click on Export next to the Refresh button.

Step 7:

With Type being set to Deposit, select a time frame containing all of your transactions and click on Generate. Repeat the same process, with the Type being Withdraw this time. Download and export both files.

NOTE: Please make sure you DO NOT select Encrypt the file at this stage. If you encrypt the file with password protection, it WILL fail to import into CoinLedger. Please make sure you deselect/uncheck "Encrypt the file" for both the Deposit and Withdrawal files that you generate, as shown below.


​Step 8:

Open the CoinLedger app and navigate to Step 1. Import. Select Add Account then choose the MEXC tab. Click on Upload File and drag your CSV Trade History file and your XLS Deposit & Withdrawal files into the box to import your transactions.

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