You'll need to get your wallet address for each blockchain you interact with using Keplr - for example, Cosmos, Osmosis, Secret and Kava. The instructions will be similar for each - so we'll use Cosmos as our example.
1. Open your Keplr browser extension.
2. From the drop-down menu at the top, select Cosmos Hub.
3. Click on your Cosmos wallet address to copy it.
4. Head over to Koinly.
Good to know
If you use your Keplr wallet to interact with multiple blockchains, you'll need to get your Keplr wallet address for each blockchain you interact with. In Keplr, just select the wallet you want to add to Koinly from the drop down menu. Then when you're adding it to Koinly, just select the corresponding blockchain when you're adding your wallet. For example, if you wanted to add your Osmosis wallet address, you'd select Osmosis from the drop down menu in Keplr and copy your wallet address. Then when you go over to Koinly, when you're adding a new wallet, search for the Osmosis blockchain and paste the wallet address from Keplr. Make sure you do this for each blockchain you interact with in Keplr to get your complete transaction history.
Keplr don't have a CSV export option within the browser extension. However, you can get a CSV file of your Keplr transaction history from a variety of blockchain explorers and you can then upload this file to Koinly if you prefer. Once you've got your CSV file, here's how to add it to Koinly:
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