Please fix it for historical transactions for exchanges. The format is not working very friendly
For import, we support only the Delta format *for now*. Support for exchange csv formats is planned for the coming weeks. No separate requests are required for that.
@Advait: I'm trying to import some transactions, and getting an "invalid combination" error when importing a TRANSFER from MINING to MY_WALLET.
my bad. had to use DEPOSIT as transaction type.
Now available on desktop! :)
please tune this feature to add QT exported CSVs for the miners. I then could track what I receive in my QT wallets of different coins. please please please.
thanks, I imported +1000 Tx. :)
Export to .CSV is now live on our desktop version. Import is only live for our custom .csv format. We will be adding support for .csv formats of exchanges over the coming weeks.
Completed it is added already thanks :)
Would be awesome!
I currently have to many trades to enter manually. And there are a few exchanges that only allow the past 90 or even 30 days to import via the API. So my only option is to leave the past alone. Add my current holdings and only add future trades.
Really useful to import Bittrex transactions since Bittrex API only allows past 30 days.
Export trades into a spreadsheet for accountancy/ tax records
is there an ETA/timeline for this? thank you very much
Please provide an update!!! We’re nearing tax deadlines
Great for having API feature added. However that poses a problem with Bittrex as it does not let you import transactions older than 30 days. CSV Import would help a lot here.
I'm surprised that this is below the API import and desktop app requests in priority. Adding API integration requires the Delta developers to specifically adapt for each exchange API. Sure, the main ones will be covered, but unlikely it will cover the majority initially.
Presumably the desktop app will make it easier to enter manually, but I don't think people will see that as better than importing in bulk.
Why not start with a generic CSV import format? Like mentioned here, CoinTracking is a good one, but really any sensical one will do. It's quite easy for anyone to automatically adapt what the exchanges export to another CSV format. Delta users could share good conversion approaches amongst themselves, whether they'd be little scripts, Excel/Google Sheets formulas or whatever. Delta can focus on just that one import/export format.
I had to stop using Delta as the main portfolio tracker even though I'm on a subscription, since entering these is really just not how I want to spend the major part of my time I have for Crypto. All this advanced tech around this sector and we're sitting on our phones typing in simple structured data, item by item.
Not to mention the error rate when typing/copying/pasting these long numbers from crammed web pages. And when something doesn't add up going through it all again to find the culprit...
ONE web interface with authentication and a CSV import/export processor. Let the phone hook up to it with QR code. Come on Delta!?
@Nicolas Haase: Totally agree here. Set an excel or CSV to be the base for input to Delta since an excel we will use also to populate from other exchanges and cross-check. Maybe with Google Sheets there some better options for import /exports worth reviewing.
@Nicolas Haase: makes sense
Follow these templates if possible:
@George C: Agree, they're good ones. Also great format to do really easy calculations in any spreadsheet app.
This feature would make this the best mobile portfolio app around!
Being able to import trade history would make this the single best mobile crypto portfolio app around
It would be very helpful if we could export a csv of all the transactions from delta, including dates, fees etc. For tax purposes
Any progress update?
Please make this a priority request if possible. I'm abhorring having to enter hundreds of trades from Blockfolio to Delta, which is why I cannot fully make the move. I'm sure this is the same deterrent to thousands of potential users who see it as a very painful entry barrier. Your adoption will shoot up exponentially if a user can just download their past trades from an exchange, move the columns about to suit the Delta header format, and voila!
I suggest to use the same CSV file format provided by bitcoin.tax. Indeed, a lot of people are using this site to calcultate crypto taxes. And they are already connected to a lot of exchanges. So, by using this site, people could easily prepare the file to be imported into delta. The format is quite simple : Date,Action,Symbol,Exchange,Volume,Price,Currency,Fee,FeeCurrency,Cost/Proceeds,Memo
I think an API connection would be a cleaner solution (this is already in progress)
@Brokenfiat: I recently emailed them about this and was told it was not in the works...
Where have you seen that it is in progress?
-referring to exporting data through CSV or API
@Ryan: only import so far actually
also importing not only from exchanges but also exports from e.g. CoinTracking, so we do not need to track everything twice. Maybe just a generic JSON or CSV mapping that we can adapt ourselves
This would make tax time so much easier. If it were literally a chronological CSV of every transaction entered into Delta, that would be beyond perfect
@D S: 100% agree. This would be huge for taxes.
@D S: i agree, this alone would make me use it exclusively
@D S: Agreed.