You'll need to get your wallet address for each blockchain you interact with from Guarda Wallet- for example Bitcoin, Ethereum and Polkadot. The instructions vary a little depending on the blockchain you're connecting and whether you need to add your public address or your xpub key.
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If you use your Guarda Wallet to interact with multiple blockchains, you'll need to get your public address or xpub key for each blockchain you interact with using Guarda Wallet and add them to Koinly by repeating the steps above for each blockchain. Make sure you do this for each blockchain you interact with using Guarda Wallet to get your complete transaction history.
Guarda Wallet do offer an export CSV option within their platform, however the exported file has very limited transaction data, so we recommend using the API method instead. You can however create your own custom CSV file instead if you prefer. Once you have your CSV file, here's how to upload it to Koinly.
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