Upload transactions

Step 1: Get a CSV of your transactions
Step 2: Get CSV to an import-friendly format
Step 3: Import your transactions
Step 4: Success!

Step 1: Get a CSV of your transactions

  1. Get an Excel export of your transactions from your exchange, block explorer, or custodial service

Step 2: Get CSV to an import-friendly format

  1. Be sure to fill out the Bitwave Onboarding Template.
    1. Make sure required fields are filled out
      • id: System ID from Exchange
      • amount: Value of transaction
      • amountTicker: Denomination of currency of transaction
      • fee: Value of transaction fee
      • feeTicker: Denomination of currency of transaction fee
      • time: The time the transaction took place. We need in this format (ISO 8601)
      • example of time: 3:30 pm on September 7, 2019 in the time zone of universal time
      Converted to ISO 8601: 2019-09-07T-15:50+00
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      • blockchainid: Id from chain explorer (eg. transaction address for etherscan)
      • transactionType: Either a deposit or withdrawal
      • Input is case-sensitive, so it must be either 'deposit' or 'withdrawal'
      • accountId: This is the ID on Bitwave associated with the wallet
      • If the import is for a wallet that needs to be entered manually (eg. non-supported blockchain
      • You can create a watch wallet, so that it will populate on our system
      • Wallets > Create Wallet > Watch Wallet
      • You can get the ID for your sheet by going to Wallets > Details > ID
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Step 3: Import your transactions

  1. Go to Tools on the left-hand side
  2. Click the + to upload your CSV to Bitwave
  3. Wait for our system to upload your CSV to Bitwave
  4. Wait for our system to present
    a. Data review
    b. Data validation
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Step 4: Success!

Congratulations! You have just manually imported transactions into Bitwave. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out.