Hello! My name's Jan and I'm a software engineer from California. I'm excited to share the details and a small demo of Stellar CSV with you. Please let me know what you think! 😊
Stellar CSV is a website for easily retrieving all of your interactions and transactions on the Stellar network as a CSV file. CSV is a simple file format that is similar to an Excel sheet. It’s used by many exchanges as a way of exporting your transactions for your records, and by many portfolio trackers as a way of importing transactions.
Tax season is coming up and many portfolio tracking websites, e.g. CoinTracking, do not support directly retrieving your transactions from the Stellar network.
I can track my transactions to/from exchanges, but not to/from my Stellar account. This leaves gaps in my portfolio transactions, so it looks like I sent my XLM from the exchange but never received it in one of my wallets.
I have two options. I could manually enter each transaction every time I send/receive XLM from my wallet (even when I received inflation lumens), or I could use Stellar CSV every once in a while to update my portfolio.
- Withdraw 1 XLM from an exchange to send to my Stellar wallet
- Download transactions CSV from an exchange, e.g. Binance
- Download transactions CSV from Stellar CSV
- Import the exchange transactions CSV into CoinTracking
- Import the Stellar transactions CSV into CoinTracking
- Yay, a complete portfolio!
Note: The current CSV format is made for CoinTracking, but I intend to add support for other tracking sites.
Feature goals by March 15
- Simple website for inputting the account address and downloading CSV [Done]
- Download CSV of all transactions from an account [100%]
- Support deposits [Done]
- Support withdrawals [Done]
- Support trades [Done]
- Open source the project
- Support different CSV formats depending on portfolio tracking website
- Support multiple accounts in one CSV
Try it out
Download your deposits as a CSV
- Go to the website: https://stellarcsv.com/
- Enter your wallet account ID and press the Download CSV button
- Open the downloaded CSV file, transactions.csv, and verify that it is correct using Excel/Numbers
- (Optional) Import the CSV into CoinTracking
If you don't want to use your own wallet account ID, you can use this one I picked randomly from stellar.expert: GDU7JF37JTX35F5V7SUPL6BCIZRONNEFXSBV2U2JLVOYUUVDK7XCA3NN
This will retrieve the account's transactions from Stellar, convert them into a CSV file, and download it as transactions.csv. This is all done within your browser, so your wallet account ID is not sent to any servers.
Transactions CSV for wallet GDU7JF37JTX35F5V7SUPL6BCIZRONNEFXSBV2U2JLVOYUUVDK7XCA3NN
CSV is formatted for CoinTracking. CSV screenshot taken on March 16, 2018.