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Transactions Report
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Written by David Melbourne
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How to read the Transactions Report

The Transaction Report is the complete breakdown of every transaction that has happened during the selected tax year;

On the first page of the Transaction Report, you will find the general information relating to this report. Some of the things you can find on this page include;

  • The date range that this report encompasses

  • The date and time the report was downloaded

  • If you are on an accountants plan, it will show who the report was generated for

  • The total number of transactions detailed in the report

Transactions Breakdown

After the first page, you will get down to the raw data that makes up this report. This part of the report is called the Transactions Breakdown and it will include all transactions that you have made during the selected reporting period. Each of these rows will show an individual transaction.

The data for these transactions will then be broken down into ten columns;

Currency: The asset involved in the transaction.
Timestamp: The time and date that the transaction took place (This will be displayed in ETC/UTC timezone).
Trade Type: The type of transaction involved (this could be a sell, buy, fee or any other category we offer)
Price: The market price of the asset at the time the transaction took place
Quantity: The amount of the asset involved in the transaction
Value (Incl. Fee): The total value of the asset involved in the transaction (Price x Quantity(+ Fee) = Value)
Fee: The value of the fee involved in the transaction
From: The wallet or exchange that the transaction came from (this can sometimes be called the source)
To: The wallet or exchange that the transaction went to (this can sometimes be called the destination)
Transaction Id: The transaction identification number. This can either be the TX ID as provided by the blockchain or a unique ID provided by a centralised exchange.

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