You may have to review and update transactions where there is no market price available. This typically occurs when you add a transaction into CryptoTaxCalculator, and we can't determine the market value of the cryptocurrency at the time of the transaction.

Some common scenarios where we may not be able to find the historical market pricing information include:

  • coins that are not traded often;

  • have low liquidity;

  • newly created;

  • are unlisted; or

  • ICO transactions.

Due to the way we obtain our historical pricing information from data aggregators, in these situations, CryptoTaxCalculator assumes a zero dollar price. When this happens, you'll get a notice against the transaction itself, as seen below:

Once you find out the price, you can manually add the price to the transaction.

How can I fix this?

To fix this error, you can follow the below steps:

  1. Click the "+" button next to the "Missing market price" notification:

  2. On the Update price dialog, you can update the market price (in your local currency) of the coin at the time of the transaction, and then click 'Update'.

  3. Once updated, the notification will disappear from the transaction row.

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