How to import data from my Trust Wallet

In Trust Wallet you can create wallets for multiple blockchains (coins).

A public key is generated for each of your wallets. This public key can be used to import your transaction data into a Blockpit Wallet Integration.

 

The following blockchain imports are currently available:

algorand.svg
ALGO

avax.svg
AVAX

btc.svg
BTC
bch.svg
BCH
bsc.svg
BNB
cardano.svg
ADA
crypto-org.svg
CRO
atom.svg
ATOM
doge.svg
DOGE
dfichain.svg
DFI
eth.svg
ETH
ftm.svg
FTM
Harmony-1.svg
ONE
juno.svg
JUNO
klay.svg
KLAY
Kujira.svg
KUJI
ltc.svg
LTC
moonbeam.svg
GLMR
osmosis.svg
OSMO
matic.svg
MATIC
dot.svg
DOT
sol-2.svg
SOL
luna-2.svg
LUNC
terra.svg
LUNA
trx.svg
TRX
vlx.svg
VLX
xrp.svg
XRP
others.svg
>>
algorand.svg
ALGO

avax.svg
AVAX

btc.svg
BTC
bch.svg
BCH
bsc.svg
BNB/BSC
cardano.svg
ADA
crypto-org.svg
CRO
atom.svg
ATOM
doge.svg
DOGE
dfichain.svg
DFI
eth.svg
ETH
ftm.svg
FTM
Harmony-1.svg
ONE
juno.svg
JUNO
klay.svg
KLAY
Kujira.svg
KUJI
ltc.svg
LTC
moonbeam.svg
GLMR
osmosis.svg
OSMO
matic.svg
MATIC
dot.svg
DOT
sol-2.svg
SOL
luna-2.svg
LUNC
terra.svg
LUNA
trx.svg
TRX
vlx.svg
VLX
xrp.svg
XRP
others.svg
>>
   

All your Trust Wallet related wallets are grouped into a single folder when you create a Trust Wallet Integration. Existing or future Integrations can also be added to your group at a later point.

More on grouping of integrations within a folder

If you have for example Ethereum based assets in Trust Wallet, you can use your Ethereum Public Key to automatically import your Trust Wallet transaction data into your Blockpit Wallet Integration by following the instructions below:

  1. Log into your Trust Wallet.
  2. Select the appropriate asset, as in the example ETH.

    Screenshot_20220324_224957_com.wallet.crypto.trustapp.jpg

  3. Go to Receive for seeing your Ethereum Public Key.

    Screenshot_20220324_225002_com.wallet.crypto.trustapp.jpg

  4. Copy your Ethereum Public Key:

    Screenshot_20220324_225009_com.wallet.crypto.trustapp.jpg

  5. To import your data, you must first create an Integration. To do so, click the top menu item + Integration.

  6. Now select Trust Wallet.

  7. Name your Integration and paste the Ethereum Public Key as you copied earlier as Blockchain Address.

    Blockpit Trust Wallet Integration.png

    Tip: Keep “First Transaction” (Full History) as the default start date. Selecting a specific start date only makes sense if you want to add transactions that are before the start date manually.
     
  8. You can let Blockpit check if your address is part of the EVM network (Ethereum Virtual Machine) and therefore active on different blockchains of this network by keeping the following Advanced settings and confirming with Continue.

    Advances EVM-Chain Scan.png

    If your address is EVM enabled, you can now select those active blockchains that you want to import as a standalone wallet integration, as shown below.

    EVM-Chain Selection.png

  9. You will now be asked whether you want to import additional Wallets/Blockchains into your Integration.

    If so, simply repeat the last steps by pasting an additional Blockchain Address (Public Key).

    When you are finished, simply click Done so all your transactions can automatically be imported into your Integration.

If there is no automatic wallet import solution for your blockchain (coin) in Blockpit, you have to import this transaction data manually into a Manual Integration.

If you want to import Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin or Dogecoin transactions via extended public key (xpub), see the following article: Where can I find the extended public key (Xpub) of my wallet?

If you want to add more wallets at a later point, you can either create them as a standalone Integration and then add them to your Integration Group
, or add them directly as New Address in the Integrations Tab.

Add New Address EN.png

More on grouping of integrations within a folder

 

Which Ethereum based (DeFi) protocols are supported?

How do I receive an automatic tax report for my Trust Wallet?

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