You can import your Cardano blockchain transactions into CoinLedger by entering your public wallet address into Step 1: Import. View the import walkthrough videos shown below, or scroll down on this page for Step-by-Step instructions on importing your Cardano transactions into the CoinLedger app.
Video Guide - Cardano
Step-By-Step Import Instructions:
Step 1: Add a Cardano Account
From Step 1: Import of the CoinLedger app, select Add Account and then search for Cardano.
Alternatively you can type in the name of your Cardano wallet, such as Yoroi, AdaLite, Daedalus and others.
Step 2: Find Your Public Cardano Address:
No matter what type of wallet you are using (Yoroi, Daedalus, AdaLite, Trust Wallet, Ledger, or even a centralized exchange such as Coinbase, etc.), you can locate your public Cardano address from within your wallet provider.
Copy the address shown in your wallet address to your clipboard, and then proceed to the next step.
Getting your Stake Key from Ledger Wallet
Enter your Cardano address in https://cardanoscan.io/ and it will display your Stake Key.
This is the wallet address that you should input into CoinLedger to import your staking income distributions.
Getting your Staking Wallet Address from Yoroi
If you used Yoroi wallet, this guide includes instructions for locating your public staking wallet address from the Yoroi desktop wallet.
Step 3: Paste Your Public Cardano Address
Once you've located your public Cardano address, select to connect your wallet and then paste it into the address box shown below
Importing Cardano transactions from a multi-chain wallet
You can also add your Cardano address to an existing multi-chain wallet within CoinLedger.
Open the import tab for the multi-chain wallet that you used to transact with Cardano (Trust Wallet, Ledger, etc.) and click Sync Wallet
2. Select Cardano as the blockchain an paste in in your wallet address