There might be cases where you want to input transactions for a specific coin or token. When doing in through the platform, you will be able to distinguish them by name and logo. However, when entering the coin in the CSV, it might become confusing. We offer two ways to enter a coin which has a shared ticker.
The Easy Way
Let's assume you invested in UNUS SED LEO (LEO). This cryptocurrency shares a ticker with LEOcoin (LEO). If you only invested in UNUS SED LEO (LEO) and do not have any holdings of LEOcoin (LEO) then you can simply input the ticker LEO in the CSV under the relevant column (Base Currency, Quote Currency or Fee Currency).
When you import your CSV, we will identify this coin as having a duplicate ticker, and ask you to select from a list of Cryptocurrencies which one you meant. All your entries of LEO will then be referencing that coin.
This only works if you only have holdings or USNUS SED LEO (LEO). If you also have holdings or LEOcoin (LEO), then we recommend you use the advanced method.
The Advanced Method
If you hold two or more coins having the same ticker, you need to identify them directly in the CSV, as it can become cumbersome and complicated to have to validate your entries line by line in the Wisly interface.
As such, we provide a coin reference file which you can download here. This file will show you the asset Name, as well as the precise unique ticker for it. Often time, it will be the ticker with an asterisk (*) after the ticker. LEOCoin (LEO) for example, will have a unique identifiable ticker of LEO*.