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How can I download transaction history of any public address as CSV? Use case: For some 'lost' wallets (lost seed phrase) I need to get the transaction history for Tax Software. Cannot figure out a way to do this using the available blockchain explorers... but this should be relatively easy IMO.

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  • The data you need is in a fully synced instance of cardano-db-sync. All you need is the correct SQL query. Feb 24, 2022 at 0:56

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I do not how you could do it as CSV, i guess you must adapt the data you get from Blockfrost, you can use this endpoint

https://docs.blockfrost.io/#tag/Cardano-Addresses/paths/~1addresses~1{address}~1transactions/get

:) The API usage is pretty straight foward using NodeJs.. but they have support for more languagues like Haskell or Python ... Any how i think there might arise complications from the fact that some wallet uses more than one address for your data analysis tool

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This tool does exactly that (based on a set of staking addresses) using the blockfrost.io API, as a CSV or XLSX.

It also can graph the asset balance over time.

https://github.com/pixelsoup42/cardano_account_pandas_dumper

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