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Ledger enterprise - How to import my transactions

👋 Welcome! Here's a brief guide on how to import all transactions from Ledger Enterprise onto your Cryptio workspace using an API Key.

Before you start

  • You need to have some Entities created. Entities are groupings of your accounts.
  • Reporting API keys enable chosen third-party entities to access information about accounts, users, transactions, and notifications.
  • Workspace administrators have the ability to create, manage, and revoke these reporting API keys.
  • There's no requirement for technical knowledge or expertise to generate or maintain reporting access.

Generating a new reporting API key:

As a workspace administrator, navigate to your workspace Settings from the menu sidebar on the left of your screen and select Ledger Enterprise Reporting API Keys.


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Initiating a new reporting API key creation request

If you haven't yet created any reporting API keys, select "Create Reporting API Key".


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Provide a name for the API key and define the entities that the key will have access to.


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Review your key creation request. This action will initiate an API Key Creation Request that will be subject to admin quorum approval. Note that the API key is not created until quorum approval and key reveal are completed.

Wait for admin quorum approval. Once approved, select the API key in the reporting key management section to generate and reveal your reporting API key.

Approving the creation of a new reporting API key

  • When your approval as an administrator is needed for the creation of a new reporting API key, a pending request will appear in the Requests section.
  • Review the reporting API key's attributes (name and authorized entities) and approve the request by clicking on it.

Generating and revealing API Key


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  • After your reporting API key creation request has been approved by the quorum of administrators, go to Workspace Settings and select Ledger Enterprise Reporting API Keys.
  • Locate the reporting API key that you created and approved. Click the "Reveal" button to generate and reveal your reporting API key.
  • Your developers & partner apps can now use this reporting API key to authenticate their requests to the reporting & notification endpoints.

Note: Please be aware that the API secret will only be displayed once, so make sure to store your Secret in a safe place. If you misplace your API Secret, we won't be able to recover it for you.

Managing existing reporting API keys:" The Reporting API Key Management page displays all the existing keys on your workspace.

  • You have the ability to suspend and reactivate a reporting API key at any time with immediate effect. This action does not require the creation of a request to be approved by the admin quorum.


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  • You can request the revocation of a reporting API key. Admin approvers will be notified that a reporting API Key revocation request requires their approval. The API key will be suspended during the request approval process.
  • You can edit the name and authorized entities of a reporting API key. Admin approvers will be notified that a reporting API key edition request requires their approval.

Step 2: Import Your Ledger Enterprise Transactions to Cryptio

Now that you have your API key and secret, you can import your transactions into your Cryptio workspace.

Start by logging into your Cryptio workspace.

  1. Log into Your Cryptio Workspace
  2. Go to 'Imports' Tab
  3. Select 'Custody' and search for Ledger Enterprise.Screenshot 2023-07-20 at 3.13.49 PM.png
  4. Click on the 'Ledger Enterprise' Block. ( Once you click, it will prompt you to Connect your Ledger Enterprise Account by entering your API Key and API User )Screenshot 2023-07-20 at 3.14.24 PM.png
  5. Enter Your Import Details ( Your API Key and API User )Screenshot 2023-07-20 at 3.14.59 PM.png
  6. Choose Import Date Range (you can fetch the complete history)
  7. Begin the Import Process (After entering all the required information, click 'Create'. Your transactions will start importing directly.)

Step 3: Verify Your Transactions

Ensure that your transactions from Ledger Enterprise have been successfully imported. If you find any discrepancies, recheck your API settings in Coinbase and repeat the import process.

Step 4: View Your Ledger Enterprise Transactions in Cryptio

  1. On the 'Imports' page, locate the Ledger Enterprise line
  2. Click on the transaction number on the Ledger Enterprise line. This will transfer you to the 'Transactions' tab.
  3. You will now be able to see all of your Ledger Enterprise transactions on your Cryptio workspace.

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