In Exodus, 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 Depot.
The following blockchain imports are currently available:
If you have Ethereum in your Exodus Wallet, you can use your Ethereum Public Key to automatically import your ETH related Exodus Wallet transaction data into your Blockpit Wallet Depot by following the instructions below:
- Launch your Exodus application and navigate to the Wallet Overview.
- Now select the corresponding asset, for the example: ETH
- Now click on Receive, for seeing your ETH address:
- Copy your address for inserting it in Blockpit.
- Now click on the menu item Depots in the web app.
- To import your data, you must first create a Depot.
To do so, click the top menu item on Create New and select Add Depot.
- Click on the Tab Wallet.
- Now select Wallet and choose the asset Ethereum.
- Now, name your Depot and paste the Ethereum Public Key you copied earlier.
- Confirm your entries by clicking on Create. Your transactions will now be automatically imported into your Depot via your public key.
You can repeat this process for data imports of following blockchains
by creating additional Blockpit Wallet Depots:
Tip: If you use DeFi protocols that are not yet supported, your transactions will be imported as unlinked deposits and withdrawals. For the time being, these open deposits and withdrawals can be manually extended into an Unsynced Depot according to the following instructions.
- If there is no automatic wallet import solution for your blockchain (coin) in Blockpit, you have to import this transaction data manually into an unsynced depot. To achieve this, create one or more unsynced depots and add your transactions individually or upload them collectively via the Blockpit Excel Template.