How do I export my transaction history?

Exporting your wallet's transaction history can be useful for auditing your balance, preparing for taxes, or just general bookkeeping. This article will go over how to export your entire transaction history or the transaction history for individual assets.

Please note: This feature is only available on the desktop version of Exodus. For information on how to synchronize your funded Mobile wallet to a brand new Desktop wallet please follow this guide.


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How do I export my entire transaction history?

You can export your wallet's complete history from the History section of your wallet. To do this, a) click the History icon. b) Select a Portfolio. c) Click the menu icon to have the option to:

  • Export All Transactions: All sent, received, and exchanged transactions.
  • Export Sent: Only the transactions sent out of your wallet.
  • Export Received: Only the transactions received into your wallet.
  • Export Exchanged: Only the transactions involved when Exchanging crypto inside your wallet.

After clicking on the button, a folder named exodus-exports will appear on your Desktop. Open the folder to find the .csv file with your history in it.


Tutorial video: How do I export my entire transaction history?


How do I export a single crypto's transaction history?

If you wish to export the transaction history for a single asset, you can do this in two different ways.

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The first way is going to your wallet's history and filtering for a specific crypto asset. To do this, a) click the History icon. b) Select a Portfolio. c) Click the dropdown menu where it says All Assets and select an asset. d) Click the menu icon to export the transaction history.

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The second way is directly from the asset's wallet by first going to your wallet and finding the asset. a) Click the Wallet icon. b) Select an asset. c) Click the menu icon. d) Click Export Transactions.

After clicking on the button, a folder named exodus-exports will appear on your Desktop. Open the folder to find the .csv file with your history in it.