Knowledge Base: Features

  • CSV file formats supported for importing transactions

    CryptFolio supports the following file formats for importing a list of transactions into an account or address:

    Bitstamp format

    Bittrex format

    CryptFolio format

    This is the same format that CryptFolio can export for any account or address.

    Cryptopia format (deposit)

    Cryptopia format (withdrawal)

    Cryptopia format (trade)

    Kraken ledgers format

    KuCoin formats

    Alternative KuCoin format format

    Other formats

    If you would like to import a CSV file of a different format, you have two options:

    • Submit a support request with the file format to support
    • Modify your CSV file to match one of the supported formats above
  • Using CryptFolio anonymously: A guide

    One of our security principles is to allow anyone to sign up and use a CryptFolio account anonymously. This is because one of the strengths of cryptocurrency is the safety and security that anonymity provides; and it should not be necessary to request Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in order to view a portfolio.

    If you are wanting to use CryptFolio anonymously, we recommend that you consider the steps in this guide.

    NOTE: The extent of your anonymity will depend on how much effort and resources you are willing to place into staying anonymous. All site users must adhere to our

  • Transaction fields exported to CSV

    When you export a collection of address or account transactions, you will get a CSV file with these values for each transaction:

    This exported list of transactions can also be imported back into CryptFolio.

    Converted columns

    If you're also converting each transaction into another target currency, you'll also get these following columns. If a transaction or balance could not be converted - for example, there was not enough historical exchange data - the fields will be empty.

  • How we add new currencies

    We want to add support for as many cryptocurrencies and tokens as we can to CryptFolio, with priority on currencies that are in the highest demand.

    For a currency to be listed, the requirements are:

    • It must have a currency code (e.g. BTC).

    For a currency to have an exchange rate, it must also meet these requirements:

    • There must be at least one Exchange, that provides a ticker pair for that currency (e.g. BTC/USD), and has a public API for the latest ticker.
    • Ideally, the Exchange will also have a public API to list the historical ticker rates for that