The LUNA migration and airdrop have caused some unique complications that will sometimes need to be addressed in order to fix your transaction history. This mainly applies to wallets that were created or synced before mid-July 2022 as all LUNA/LUNC transactions should be importing correctly from July.
If you have followed the instructions below but still believe something is not working correctly then please let us know through the live chat or by emailing email@example.com
🟡 Note: Koinly will continue to refer to LUNC as LUNA for the time being. You will however notice that the old LUNA has a different logo from the new LUNA and Koinly will correctly differentiate between these two coins and their pricing.
How to fix incorrectly imported transactions or wallets
If you have LUNA in a centralized exchange/wallet then you may see some incorrectly imported transactions. The most common error is when the new version of LUNA gets incorrectly imported as the old LUNA.
Fixing this is quite easy since the imports have now been fixed. You can follow the steps in this article to re-import these transactions: How to re-import tokens after an update
How to handle the airdrop of your new LUNA
If you have received an airdrop of the new LUNA coin then you may need to add or label this transaction manually.
If you received this airdrop on a centralized exchange then Koinly should be able to handle it automatically. It is however worth checking that the transaction has been labeled as an Airdrop and that the coin being airdropped is the new LUNA and not the old one.
If you received this airdrop on your LUNA address, then, after syncing it with Koinly using the new LUNA (mainnet) integration, you need to add it manually as a deposit and tag it as an airdrop.