Import Data into Manual Wallets

Manual Imports



In Bitwave we are able to import manual transactions for data that may not be able to be imported through our traditonal connections. We are able to import many different types of transactions such as:

  • Deposits
  • Withdrawals
  • Trades
  • Internal Transfers
  • Staking Rewards
  • Fees
  • More....

The import file has many different functions as to how to handle your data. The functions include:

  • Setting the cost basis
  • Categorizing transactions
  • Grouping transactions
  • Adding memos
  • Inputting From/To addresses
  • Overriding transactions

How to Use Standard Imports

How to Use Advanced Imports

  1. Go to Transactions -> Import Advanced -> Click on New Import.
  1. We offer multiple types of imports. The standard import file is called “Bitwave Standard Transaction”.
    Choose this option and click on “Download Sample File”
  1. After opening the sample file, delete all rows except the first row (Header Row). Your file should look like this
  1. Please use this guide to create your import file:
  1. Now that your file is ready to import go back to Step 2, and click on “Next”
  1. Click on “Choose File” then after you picked your file, click on “Upload”.
    After your file is finished uploading, click on “Generate Preview”.
  1. This is a preview of your data. Click on “Validate"
  1. On the “Validate” step, this will tell you if any issues or errors are found (Highlighted in RED). Using the column,
    “StatusText”, you are able to decipher the problem. Using the Tips given in Step 4, find the fix. If file is has no
    failing transactions then click on “Run Import”
  1. Your file has Imported! Confirm on the Transactions page that the number of
    transactions matches your import file.

Common Errors While Uploading Standard Imports