Hot Wallets
Christian Peter avatar
Written by Christian Peter
Updated over a week ago

Syncing your crypto assets just got a whole lot easier.

You can now sync your crypto wallet balances and transactions with getquin using your public address.

We support the following blockchains:

  • Bitcoin

  • Ethereum

  • Dogecoin

  • Litecoin

  • Bitcoin Cash

  • Bitcoin SV

  • zCash

  • eCash

  • Dash

  • Groestlcoin

You can also sync over 600 coins via your Binance and Coinbase accounts, with no limits on how many assets you can add through manual entry.

Limitations ↔️

We do our best to ensure a seamless data exchange between our app and your wallet, but there are still some limitations:

  • At the moment, we can only describe transactions as send and receive, but we’re working hard to introduce more types

  • If you send coins from your wallet to your exchange or a different wallet, we’ll log this transaction as a "send transaction". This means it’ll be tracked as a realised gain or loss, which shouldn’t be the case. We’re aware of the issue and are looking into ways we can fix it.

How to connect 🔗

  1. First things first: You’ll need the public address (public key) of the wallet you want to sync. You can find it in your crypto app. For example, all MetaMask keys starts with an "0x"

  2. Go to your getquin Portfolio dashboard and click on "Add" in the bottom right corner

  3. To add a new portfolio, select the last option "+ New Portfolio"

  4. Search for the wallet or cryptocurrency you would like to add

  5. To import your wallet, click on “Public address”

  6. Paste the public key into the address bar and click "Connect". Our system will automatically identify the cryptocurrency you’re trying to add

  7. DONE! You can repeat the same process for your other crypto coins


Will my future transactions be imported automatically?

Yes, all supported transactions will automatically appear in your getquin app.

Why are transactions to my own wallet being marked as "send" events and tracked as gains or losses?

We’re aware of this problem and we’re working on a solution.

The typical scenario is that you buy cryptocurrencies on an exchange and then send them to a wallet for safekeeping.

However, since getquin doesn’t know if you’re the owner of the wallet to which the coins are being sent, our algorithm assumes that the coins were used for a purchase and logs the movement as a sales transaction.

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