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You can get your data imported for any exchange platform using Syla’s custom CSV format.

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What is Syla’s custom CSV format

Our Custom CSV format means that you can import data from any exchange. Just download your data from your exchange, and copy and paste into our CSV template. Once your finished, you can upload it into any data source in Syla.

You can download a copy of the Syla Custom CSV Template

Understanding the template format

To use the template, you have to enter data in the correct format.

  • You must provide a date for each transaction in ISO8601 format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS+hh:mm, such as 2022-06-30 23:50:50+10:00
  • You must specify the type of transaction
  • You must specify the quantity of crypto received and/ or sent.

Here's the full table of the different transaction types that can be entered


Reach out to Syla’s support team if you ever have any issues with the custom CSV import.

If your having trouble with the custom CSV import, you can also ask our team to add direct support for your exchange, or we will assist with a file import for any of our existing integrations.

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