Trust Wallet is a cryptocurrency defi wallet app that supports multiple blockchains.
If you have transacted in Ethereum or ERC-20 tokens in Trust Wallet, then you can simply add your Ethereum address for your wallet in Ledgible. See the following guide on adding your wallet address(es) to Ledgible from our Knowledge Base for details:
If your transaction history includes additional tokens that are not ERC-20 compatible, then you can use one of two methods to add these transactions.
As Trust Wallet does not currently offer an option to download a file containing the transaction history directly, if you would like to use the file import option, you can use a blockchain explorer for each chain/token that you have transacted in to export a file containing your transaction history and then use that information to upload your data to Ledgible. For example, the blockchain explorer BSCScan can be used to view and download transaction history for Binance Smart Chain (also known as BEP-20), a common blockchain for assets in Trust Wallet (a complete guide on how to add Binance Smart Chain to Ledgible can be found here).
The Trust Wallet Help Center provides this guide on how to find your wallet's receiving address, which you can either input into Ledgible (if you have only transacted on the Bitcoin or Ethereum networks) or use to lookup and download your transaction history to add via the file import wizard.
You can also use a blockchain explorer or your Trust Wallet app to manually add your transactions to Ledgible.