Accointing allows you to import up to 300 wallets and exchanges, including your favorite like Coinbase, Binance, Kraken, KuCoin, Ledger Wallet, Trezor, Uphold, BRD, and many more. For some countries, some might be more relevant than others. In this post, we will show you how to:
- Get the relevant information from your exchanges in order to add it to a third party platform like ACCOINTING.com
- Get the relevant information out of your wallet in order to add it to a third party platform like ACCOINTING.com
- Understand why is it important to have all your information consolidated in one platform
- Get an overview of how to use all your information to get insights into your entire portfolio performance
So let’s get to it.
Importing your Exchanges
Coinbase, Binance, and Uphold
Importing Coinbase and Uphold to ACCOINTING.com is extremely easy. Here’s how:
In the case of Binance, you’ll need to get your API keys first. Here’s how to go about it:
- Login to Binance
- Input your two FA key
- Once in the dashboard, navigate to “orders”
- On this page, find and click on “trade history”
- Now, on the right hand side, click the button
- Export “complete trade history”
- Choose the historical time frame you want to export click on “OK”
- Your CSV will now have downloaded
- Upload this file belowSHOW LESS
If you have been trading with KuCoin, we suggest you try getting your data here, but beware as currently not all KuCoin data is provided when accessing their CSV or API connection and you must request it from their support team which might take a while. Currently, we are working together with them to provide better information in their CSV output as well as on their API:
- Log into KuCoin
- Once logged in, go yo your account and choose API management.
- On this page, click on “create API”
- Name your API – we’re going to call it ACCOINTING
- Create API passphrase ¬– you’ll need to remember and input this into ACCOINTING later
- Api Restrictions: Choose only General and set IP Restriction to NO.
- Press next and complete the security verification.
- Save your new API keys and your passphrase and paste them to the corresponding fields in Accointing.com
One of the most popular exchanges to date is Kraken as it offers a great level of security. Up next, learn how to get your API keys from one of the safest exchanges currently in the market:
- Log in to Kraken
- Go to security-section in the Account dropdown and select API.
- Click on “Add key”.
- In “key description” on this page name your API key – we’re calling it ACCOINTING
- In the key permissions field, give access only to THESE queries: a. query funds b. query open orders and trades c. query closed orders and trades d. query Ledger entries
- The key expiration query start and query end date keep it turned off
- Then, click on “generate key” and authorize with 2FA.
- Scroll up and copy the API key into the API key field below this video (once in the http://www.acccointing.com/app platform) and copy the private key into the private key field below
- Click on "save" to activate the keys.
Importing your Wallets
A lot of questions emerge when trying to add a wallet to ACCOINTING.com, especially in terms on knowing what type of address do I need to input in order to maintain my privacy but enjoy the benefits of free platforms like ACCOINTING.com so we will dive into the details of each.
Trezor, the safest hardware wallet in the world, can be connected in different ways to ACCOINTING.com. Currently, you can add your Trezor wallet via the following methods:
Trezor API Connect: This is a functionality from Trezor that allows users to enhance their security levels by using their hardware wallet in order to connect to a third-party platform (such as ACCOINTING.com). Here’s how it works:
Trezor Tokens Addresses: This functionality will allow Trezor users to add individual addresses to the platform by simply copy-pasting them into ACCOINTING.com.
Trezor Manual Input: Manually input your transactions into the platform.
Ledger is one of the most popular hardware wallets currently in the market. Wether with the Nano S or the Nano X, with your xpub (read more about what an “xpub” is here), you’ll be able to connect your hardware wallet to ACCOINTING.com. Here’s how:
- Log in to your Ledger Live Manager
- In the portfolio page, scroll down and click on Bitcoin
- Now, scroll back up and click on the Tool icon in the top right (a pop will appear)
- To find your XPUB address, click on advanced logs
- You’ll now see some code: under “xpub”, you’ll find your XPUB address
- Copy this whole address without the quotation marks
- Now paste this into ACCOINTING.com
Blockchain explorer, created by one of the initial founders of Coinbase, offers the capability of buying and selling Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum. In order to add your wallet, you’ll need an XPUB for each individual token. Here is how you can get your Bitcoin XPUB:
You’ll be able to add it in ACCOINTING.com here:
Wrapping it up
You might be wondering if it’s really worth all the trouble. Going through all these different platforms and getting all this data. The answer is: it depends. If you’re currently using one wallet to handle all your cryptocurrency and you’re not trading, but purely holding, your wallet might suffice in order for you to get basic analytics on your holdings. If you have several exchanges and wallets because you have bought different tokens only available in different exchanges in order to trade, you are in the right place.
ACCOINTING.com not only will help you connect all your transactions fast and accurately, but it will also provide you with a set of tools in order for you to track, manage and report your transactions to make better decisions to help you improve your portfolio’s performance. Try https://www.accointing.com/ for free today and let us know if you have any questions in our webchat. We will be happy to help.