You'll need to get your wallet address for each blockchain you interact with from Cosmostation - for example Cosmos, Kava, Secret and Osmosis. The instructions will be similar for each - so we'll use Cosmos as our example.
1. Log in to your Cosmostation mobile wallet.
2. In the top right corner, select the switch wallet icon.
3. Select your Cosmos wallet.
4. Select your wallet address in the top of the screen.
5. Select copy.
6. Head over to Koinly.
Good to know
If you use your Cosmostation wallet to interact with multiple blockchains, you'll need to get your Cosmostation wallet address for each blockchain you interact with using Cosmostation and add them to Koinly. In Cosmostation, just switch to the wallet you want to connect instead. Then when you're adding your wallet to Koinly, just select the corresponding blockchain. For example, you could select your Kava wallet in Cosmostation and you'd then search for the Kava blockchain in Koinly when adding your wallet address. Make sure you do this for each blockchain you interact with using Cosmostation to get your complete transaction history.
Cosmostation don't offer a simple export CSV file option within their mobile app. However, you can get a CSV file of your Cosmostation transaction history from many blockchain explorers which you can then upload to Koinly. Once you've got your CSV file, here's how to upload it.
Good to know
Double check your staking rewards are tagged correctly in Koinly for your country’s tax rules - in most countries, staking rewards are taxed as income.
Something looking strange with your Cosmostation data import? Not to worry, we've got plenty of help available: