1a. From any page on Bitstamp, select the user option in the top-righthand corner.
1b. Select "Settings".
2. From the Settings page, select "API access" from the Account settings options.
3. Scroll down to permissions and make sure "Account balance" and "User transactions" are toggled on. This is the only information you need to change on this page. After toggling the two options, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Enter 2FA & Submit".
4. You will be prompted to enter your two-factor authentication code before continuing. Enter the code and select "Confirm".
5a. You will now prepare to enter your Bitstamp API information into TaxBit. Navigate to TaxBit and select "Add sources" from the left-hand menu.
5b. Search for "Bitstamp".
5c. Select "Next".
6a. Copy the API Key from Bitstamp and paste it into the "Key" input box on TaxBit.
6b. Copy the API Key from Bitstamp and paste it into the "Secret" input box on TaxBit.
6c. Select "Activate" on Bitstamp to activate your API key.
7. In order to complete the API connection, you will need your Bitstamp Customer ID. To obtain your ID, navigate to "Change Password" under Profile settings.
8. Copy your User ID from Bitstamp. Paste this into the "Customer ID" input box on TaxBit.
9. Once all the information is input, you are ready to link your Bitstamp account. Select "Link exchange" to complete the link.
Once Bitstamp has successfully been linked, want to hit the "Sync" button. Once you run a successful sync, you will be able to view your Bitstamp transactions on the Transactions page on TaxBit.