Ledgible fully supports all cryptocurrencies today - any transaction activity can be imported via our file import wizard, or added via our manual entry feature.
Avalanche (AVAX) is not yet one of our natively supported chains - meaning it would not automatically update in Ledgible - but we may consider adding it in the future.
In the meantime, you can add your Avalanche transaction history into Ledgible by using the File Import Wizard feature or via the Manual Entry option. The File Import Wizard will guide you through adding your transactions from a spreadsheet.
- You can typically download your transaction history in a CSV file from your wallet or exchange account, but if they do not offer this, then you can often use a blockchain explorer instead.
- Avalanche is unique in that it consists of three different blockchains:
- The Exchange Chain (X-Chain), where the native AVAX tokens and other assets are created and exchanged.
- The Contract Chain (C-Chain), which consists of smart contracts and decentralized applications.
- The Platform Chain (P-Chain), which consists of validators.
- There are several Avalanche blockchain explorers. We recommend using BscScan, a product of Etherscan, which offers an Avalanche explorer that will allow you to download your transaction history.
Downloading Your Avalanche Transaction History From BscScan
- To download a file containing your Avalanche transaction historyenter your public address from your wallet or exchange in the Search bar at the BSCScan Avalanche token explorer.
- Once you have entered your address, you will be taken to your public wallet, where you can view and download all of the transactions you've conducted on the Transactions tab. If you have other assets associated with this address, select AVAX from the Tokens drop-down menu to filter to just your Avalanche token transactions.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page to where Download CSV Export is shown on the right under your transactions list. Click the CSV Export link to proceed to the download page (opens in a new tab).
- On the next page, you will be prompted to select date ranges for the data you need. Note that you can only export 5,000 transactions at a time. Take additional note that when using the manual import option on Ledgible, you can only enter 500 entries per file. If you have more than 5,000 transactions, break up your transaction history files into multiple files by using separate date ranges. If you have more than 500 transactions, you can split your file into multiple spreadsheets or use the date filter to download smaller subsets.
Importing Your Avalanche Transaction History CSV File into Ledgible
- After downloading the CSV, head to Ledgible and create a new wallet by selecting Add Wallet Data from the top right of the Wallets tab, then select File Import / Manual Entry:
- Give your wallet a meaningful name. Select Standard and File Import (you can also select Manual Entry, but for our purpose, we will assume we have over 100 transactions and it would be faster to extract data from the CSV downloaded from BscScan):
- We've already mentioned this above, but a reminder that you can only add up to 500 entries per file imported. Download the Template file and copy and paste the values from the BscScan CSV and make sure that the columns/rows match the header titles.
Note: The Template file also contains detailed instructions and examples. We strongly recommend that you copy the relevant data from your downloaded CSV transaction history file into the Template file and then uploading that file to Ledgible.
- Once you complete this step, import the entries.
Note: You can go to the Imports tab of your new wallet to view or edit your imported transactions or to add additional entries. Please note that as this wallet will not automatically update with future transactions, you can add additional transactions to this wallet at a later date from this tab.