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How can I import my XPUB addresses into CoinLedger?
How can I import my XPUB addresses into CoinLedger?

Learn how to locate your XPUB address and import it into CoinLedger

Benjamin Yoder avatar
Written by Benjamin Yoder
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CoinLedger recommends importing your BTC transactions into CoinLedger to ensure that your portfolio and tax reporting calculations are as accurate as possible. In order to import these wallets, you will need to locate your xpub address. Learn how to do so for each of the specific wallets listed below.

For any wallet not listed above, CoinLedger can still import your transactions as long as you can locate your xpub address. We recommend searching on Google for the name of your wallet + the phrase "how to locate my xpub." Most wallet providers should provide instructions on this process.

An xpub (or extended public key) is a type of wallet address which allows you to safely monitor and export your Bitcoin wallet's transaction history while maintaining privacy. Xpub addresses may start with the phrase "ypub," "zpub" or "xpub." When pasting an xpub address into CoinLedger, make sure that it starts with one of these phrases.

Coinbase Wallet

Open the browser extension or mobile app versions of your Coinbase Wallet.

Step 1

Select the settings icon in the bottom right corner of your screen.

Step 2

Next, beneath the Wallets section select your username/wallet domain name as shown below.

Step 3

After this, select Export public addresses.

Step 4

Select Copy. This will generate a list of all of your wallet addresses for each wallet you have configured in Coinbase Wallet. Paste these to a secure place. Following this, copy your Bitcoin xPub.


Step 5

Head to CoinLedger. Select Add Account, then search for Coinbase Wallet. Select Connect Wallet and then choose Bitcoin as your blockchain. Then, paste your xPub into the field. Press Sync Transactions to import your data.

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. Please follow these steps from Ledger below on how to get your xpub/zpub and import this into CoinLedger, or watch this short walkthrough video:

Step 1

Open Ledger Live and select your Bitcoin (BTC) account. In the account, select the settings wrench icon.

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Step 2

Click on > Advanced to reveal your xPub and copy it. Make sure to only copy the characters contained inside the quotation marks.

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Step 3

Head to CoinLedger. Select Add Account, then search for Ledger. Select Connect Wallet and then choose Bitcoin as your blockchain. Then, paste your xPub into the field. Press Sync Transactions to import your data.

Trezor Wallet

To locate the xPub of your Trezor wallets, first open the Trezor Suite desktop app or web app.

Step 1

Select your Bitcoin wallet.

Step 2

Next, select the the Details tab and then click on Show public key.


Step 3

Trezor Suite will now display your xPub both as a QR code and as text. Copy this wallet address.

Step 4

Head to CoinLedger. Select Add Account, then search for Trezor. Select Connect Wallet and then choose Bitcoin as your blockchain. Then, paste your xPub into the field. Press Sync Transactions to import your data.

Exodus Wallet

Step 1

From within your Exodus Wallet, navigate to your BTC account. Then, select the three dots in the top right corner.

Step 2

Next, select Export XPub.

Step 3

This will create a folder called exodus-exports on your computer's desktop. Double-click the folder to open it.

Step 4

Inside the folder, you will find a .txt file containing your addresses. Copy those from the file. Copy your xPub address.

Step 5

Once you have located your xpub address, head to CoinLedger. Select Add Account, then search for Exodus. Select Connect Wallet and then choose Bitcoin as your blockchain. Then, paste your xPub into the field. Press Sync Transactions to import your data.

Trust Wallet

Step 1

To access your Xpub address in Trust Wallet, first, open the Trust Wallet app. Then, navigate to Settings in the lower right corner of your screen.

Step 2
Next, head to the Wallets list under Settings. Tap on the icon at the right of your BTC wallet.

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Step 3

Then select Export Account Public Keys.

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Step 4

Next, copy your Bitcoin address.

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Step 5

Once you have located your xpub address, head to CoinLedger. Select Add Account, then search for Trust Wallet. Select Connect Wallet and then choose Bitcoin as your blockchain. Then, paste your xPub into the field. Press Sync Transactions to import your data.

Tangem Wallet

Step 1

First, open your Tangem Wallet. Then, tap on the three dots in the upper right corner of the homepage.

Step 2

Next, head to the Details page. Then press Send Feedback.

Step 3

A draft email containing your xpub addresses will automatically pop up on your device's email app once this button is selected. For Android users, this email will be generated automatically with the xPub key for each blockchain on your app's homepage.

For iOS users, an email will be generated with two files. You can find the xPub key for each blockchain in the file "InfoLogs." To access the file, change the recipient address in this draft email from [email protected] to your own email. Then, press Send.

Step 4

Download the .txt file you receive. Copy your xPub from this file.

Step 5

Once you have located your xpub address, head to CoinLedger. Select Add Account, then search for Tangem Wallet. Select Connect Wallet and then choose Bitcoin as your blockchain. Then, paste your xPub into the field. Press Sync Transactions to import your data.

Can't find the wallet you're using listed here? Don't worry. For any wallet not listed above, CoinLedger can still import your transactions as long as you can locate your xpub address. We recommend searching on Google for the name of your wallet + the phrase "how to locate my xpub." Most wallet providers should provide instructions on this process.

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