How to import data via KuCoin API key?

Blockpit already supports KuCoin V3 API version. If your integration does not import new data, the API key of your existing KuCoin integration can be overwritten with a new V3 API key as follows.

> How to change the API- or Public-Key of an Integration?


How do I get my KuCoin API key?

  1. Log in to your KuCoin account.
  2. Click on the profile button in the upper-right corner and select API Management.
  3. Now click on Create API.
  4. Important: Enter a name for your API key and "blockpit" as passphrase.
  5. Grant only the General API key permission, as shown in the image below.
  6. Also select No for IP restriction.

    Blockpit KuCoin API Permissions.png

  7. Now click Next and confirm with your trading, e-mail and 2FA codes and activate your API key.
  8. Your API key and Secret are now visible in the API-List.
    Your Secret is now shown only once and available to copy!
  9. To import your data, you must first create an Integration in the Blockpit Web App.
    To do so, click + Integration in the upper navigation.
  10. Select KuCoin from the list of exchanges, and then copy the API key and the Secret into the designated fields. Confirm your entries by clicking Create.

When using subaccounts, a separate Blockpit Integration must be created for each subaccount. You can obtain the necessary subaccount API key as follows:



Which data can be imported via KuCoin API?

Your complete transaction history always serves as the basis for your tax report. Preferably, automatic API solutions are used to import your transactions. Our team is committed to implementing all API data provided by your exchange for you.

Using the following list, you can identify all products that are implemented:


icon-clock.svg Transactions older than 365 days are not available via API and have to be imported manually or via XLS template. Crypto Deposits & Withdrawals are not affected.


check.png Crypto Deposits & Withdrawals
(Internal transfers to futures- and/or subaccounts [except automatically generated trading bot subaccounts] are currently imported as Unlabeled Deposits and Withdrawals. These can be merged to Transfer manually by creating a KuCoin futures account or a subaccount, or excluded from your transaction list in general.)
check.png Fee Payments
check.png Spot Market Trades
check.png Leveraged Token Trades
check.png Margin Trades

In case of missing transactions, you can identify them in the history of your exchange and help our support team via ticket to include them in our import spectrum.

Not Supported

x.png Futures Trades PnL (Profit, Loss, Fee and Funding)
x.png Trading Bot Transactions
(Trades not available via API on exchange side - Deposits and withdrawals to and from trading bot subaccount will be imported - you can link these into an Manual Integration and manually create trades in and out of Generic Tokens to complete your history)
x.png Earn: Rewards & Distributions (Staking, Lending, Airdrops, Hard Forks)
x.png Fast Trade / P2P / Third Party
x.png Converts (add Fiat to Crypto Converts)
x.png Fiat Deposits & Withdrawals
x.png NFTs

If an import of your transactions via API is not available on exchange side, you can also add these transactions manually or by migrating your CSV data into our Excel template.


Synced Balance:

check.png Complete import scope

Please note the information about how the asset balance is calculated in this article.
If balances are displayed incorrectly, you can help our support team via Ticket to add them to our API import scope.

Here you will find instructions on how to create an API-Integration in Blockpit.


Will Kucoin automatically deduct the tax for me?

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