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Export operation history as CSV

You can export your operation/transaction history in the Ledger Live desktop app as a CSV file.

 However, please note that this feature is not designed for precise tax reporting. For tax purposes, we recommend using ZenLedger, available in the 'Discover' section of Ledger Live.

  1. Before you start, make sure to download and install the latest version of Ledger Live.
  2. Once your Ledger Live app is updated, open the app and click on the 'Settings' gear icon.
  3. Navigate to 'Help' within the settings and select 'Clear' to clear the cache. This ensures your account data syncs with the blockchain.

  4. After clearing the cache, return to 'Settings', choose 'Accounts' > 'Operation History', and click on 'Save'.



  5. Select the accounts for which you want to export the transaction history, then click 'Save' again.



  6. Your computer's operating system will prompt you to choose a save location for the .csv file. Select your desired folder and click 'Save.' And that's it – you're all set!

 Transaction history incomplete

If you notice that some transactions are missing from the .csv file, block explorers can be used to locate them. For Ethereum transactions, try Etherscan.io; for Polygon (MATIC) transactions, use Polygonscan.com; and for Cosmos chain transactions (ATOM, OSMO, INJ, etc), Minscan.io is your go-to. These explorers offer robust tools for exporting transaction histories and might help you retrieve any missing transactions.

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