CryptoTaxCalculator allows users to import trades from crypto exchanges and wallets that are not currently supported. Search "manual" on your Import page.
Click "Use CTC CSV template to import" will open the window (see the below image) where you can import the manual CSV. You can also edit the Exchange name here.
For simple trades where the fees have already been applied within the trading data, our "Simple Template" may be used to upload data. For more advanced trades, visit our Advanced Manual CSV Guide
Follow these steps to import your trade data as per the format above.
Download a copy of the Simple Template
For each trade you would like imported, fill out each of the following columns.
Timestamp (UTC): The recognized format defaults to DD/MM/YYYY HH:mm:ss. You can also select the different date formats in the "Advanced Options".
Asset Traded: The symbol of the currency or coin that was traded
Amount Traded: The amount including fees that was traded
Asset Received: The symbol of the currency or coin that was received
Amount Received: The amount including fees that was received
Download the template as a Comma Separated Values file (.CSV)
Log in to CryptoTaxCalculator, and navigate to the import section. Enter the name of the exchange, and click on the option to manually upload CSV.
Upload the CSV file you just saved to import your data.
The advanced options drop-down menu allows you to assign the currencies and select the recognized date format on your CSV.
Manually assign currencies
You can select the tickers which appear on your CSV that you would like to assign to a specific currency. Any tickers not specified will be assigned by their market cap ranking where possible.
Manually select date format
You can select the date format which appears on your CSV. If left unspecified, the date we recognized will only default to YYYY/MM/DD HH:mm:ss