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Each exchange has a different method of exporting your trading history so it can be uploaded into the Taxoshi calculator. Generally your trading history export can usually be found in your account options.

Some exchanges let you export your entire history which is fine, you can narrow down the date range you want to report on during the Taxoshi report wizard. Others let you select a date range or export by calendar year. Either way, you need to make sure the data you export covers all the dates you want to include in a report, even if that means making multiple exports. The Taxoshi report wizard allows you to upload multiple files even if they’re from the same exchange, just make sure you don’t duplicate entries or miss some of the dates you want to report on.


Binance

Under the “Orders” menu go to the “Spot Order” page. Then click on “Trade History” (not Order History). From here there are two ways you can export your trading history; Generate All Trade Statements or Export Recent Trade History.

The preferred way is to use the “Generate All Trade Statements” method, so click that link and a popup should appear. For Period select “Customize” and then use the date picker to select the date range for the tax year you wish to export. For Pairs choose “All – All” and then click Generate.

This file will take some time to be generated but you should receive an email when it is ready to be downloaded. When it’s ready, return to this popup window and you should see the download available at the bottom. The file which is downloaded should be a .csv file in the following format;

Date(UTC)PairSidePriceExecutedAmountFee
2020-12-25 16:20:00NAVBTCBUY0.00001510213.1900000000NAV 0.00321917BTC 0.2131900000NAV

Alternatively you can click on “Export Recent Trade History” and select “Custom” then use the date picker to select the date range you wish to export. This option only allows you to export 3 months at a time, so you’ll need to make multiple exports to get all the data you need to calculate for one tax year then and upload all of them to Taxoshi. The files which are downloaded should be a .xlsx file in the following format;

Date(UTC)MarketTypePriceAmountTotalFeeFee Coin
2020-12-25 16:20:00NAVBTCSELL0.0000475413.48 0.01964030 0.00001964 BTC

If your exports do not have these exact columns, then check you are in the right area of Binance. Currently we only support processing the Trade History exports under Spot Orders. A common mistake is to try and upload the Order History export under Spot Orders, but this file does not have all the required information to do the calculation correctly.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your trading history, you will need to contact Binance directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://www.binance.com/en/support-center


Bittrex

Click on the “Orders” menu and in the “Order History” section there should be a button to “Download History” “Buy/Sell History” page. Bittrex only allows you to export by the calendar year. Since most tax years overlap the calendar years you’ll need to export 2 years to cover one full tax year. The file format which Bittrex outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “Bittrex”.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your trading history, you will need to contact Bittrex directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://bittrexglobal.zendesk.com/hc/en-us


Poloniex

Under the “Orders” menu go to the “My Trade History and Analysis” page. From here you can click on “Export History” in the top right of the page. Choose “Trade” for the history type and select the date range you want to export. The file format which Poloniex outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “Poloniex”.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your trading history, you will need to contact Poloniex directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://support.poloniex.com/hc/en-us


Easy Crypto

Under the “My Account” menu go to the “Orders” page. From here you can click on “Download a CSV of your complete orders” in the bottom left of the page. This will export your entire history, so there is nothing else to do. The file format which Easy Crypto outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “Easy Crypto”.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your trading history, you will need to contact Easy Crypto directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://www.easycrypto.nz/help


BitPrime

In the navigation menu, click on the “My Account”, then click on “Orders” on the account menu. From here you can click on the “Export CSV” button above your order history. This will export your entire history, so there is nothing else to do. The file format which BitPrime outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “BitPrime”.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your trading history, you will need to contact BitPrime directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://www.bitprime.co.nz/knowledge-base/


Vimba

Click on the “Transactions” menu and from here click on “Export CSV” link in the top right of the page. This will export your entire history, so there is nothing else to do. The file format which Vimba outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “Vimba”.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your trading history, you will need to contact Vimba directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://support.vimba.co


Dasset

Click on the “Balances” menu and scroll to the bottom of the page. Configure the history export and press “submit”. This will export your entire history, so there is nothing else to do. The file format which Dasset outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “Dasset”.

Dasset has recent transitioned to a new platform and not all of their historical trade data is available in the format which we support yet. If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your full trading history, you will need to contact Dasset directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://support.dassetx.com/hc/en-nz


Local Bitcoins

Click on the “Dashboard” icon in the top right of the nagivation bar. Then click on the “Completed Trades” tab on the dashboard. Then press the “Download data in CSV format” button and choose where you want to save the file. This will export your entire history, so there is nothing else to do. The file format which Localbitcoins outputs is a “csv” file which Taxoshi will accept in the report wizard when you select “Localbitcoins”.

If you can’t find this page or have any trouble exporting your full trading history, you will need to contact Localbitcoins directly as we can not offer any further assistance with your account there.

https://localbitcoins.com/support/request

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