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How to Obtain and Import Bittrex Files
How to Obtain and Import Bittrex Files

You will need to download Trade History for each year that you have used Bittrex, and use Bittrex API for your deposits and withdrawals.

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You can obtain and import Bittrex transactions in your ZenLedger account in a few simple steps. It is important to note that due to a limitation in Bittrex's API, it will only import Deposit and Withdrawal History. For this reason, it is important to remember to upload your Bittrex trade transactions via a CSV, which we provide instructions on how to obtain below.

To generate complete and accurate reports from Bittrex, you must go through the two sets of Instructions below.

Step-by-Step Instructions to Download and Import the Bittrex Order History CSV

Step 1: Log into your Bittrex Account.

Step 2: Click on Orders in the top right.

Step 3: Click on Download Complete History in the center of the page. [NOTE: You do not need Order History files for years you have not traded. ]

Step 4: Now head back to your ZenLedger dashboard and navigate to Import tab.

Step 5: Then select Bittrex from the dropdown menu under Exchanges and click on Upload CSV.

Step 6: Drag and drop (or browse for) the downloaded CSV file.

Step-by-Step Instructions to Import Bittrex Withdrawal and Deposit History via API:

Step 1: Open the Bittrex Api Key page.

Step 2: Click the Add New Key button.

Step 3: Click save and enter your 2 Factor Authentication code.

Step 4: Enable the READ INFO permission for the new key and click “Save”.

[Please copy the generated API credentials first.]

Step 5: Now head back to your ZenLedger dashboard and navigate to the Imports tab.

Step 6: Select Bittrex from the drop-down menu under Exchanges and click on Import with API.

Step 7: Finally, paste the API key and Secret and click Import.

The imports can be verified on the Import History page where all your successful imports will be listed.

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