Setting up auto-sync with Coinbase is a bit different than other exchanges as Coinbase uses OAuth instead of API keys. Here is a step by step guide for how to do this:
Create a Coinbase wallet from the Wallets page on Coinpanda
Click Auto-sync data which will take you to the Coinbase website
If not logged in already, you will need to enter your login details (and 2FA code if required)
Click Authorize which gives Coinpanda read-only access to your transaction history
When re-directed back to Coinpanda, click the blue Sync Wallet button to start importing all your transactions
Read also our guide to connecting with Coinbase here.
Can I add multiple Coinbase accounts?
Yes, you can add as many accounts as you want. To do this, create a separate Coinbase wallet on Coinpanda for each account you want to import transactions from and follow the steps above.
The API sync failed - what can I do?
You can import a CSV file from Coinbase if the API sync fails. You can also let us know if the live chat so we can look into the issue - it is most likely a quick fix on our end.
Do you support Coinbase staking for Tezos, ETH 2.0, Algorand, etc?
Yes! We support staking for all assets on Coinbase using both API sync and CSV file import.
Will you also import trades from Coinbase Pro?
Coinbase and Coinbase Pro are separate exchanges, and Coinpanda does not get access to your trades on Coinbase Pro when connecting with Coinbase. You will need to add a separate wallet for Coinbase Pro to import all your transactions. Transfers between Coinbase and Coinbase Pro will be automatically detected, of course!