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What can be done on this page? The remaining amount of a coin can deviate from the values in the dashboard, because deposits and withdrawals will not be included in gains calculations. Gains are calculated from the value at purchase and the value at sale. If you do not have sales in your account, no profit will be displayed. All incoming transactions such as gifts, mined coins and other income are calculated by default with the cost basis at the time of the transaction. If you would rather calculate with a cost basis of 0 EUR, open the “Filter” and click on the corresponding trade type twice. If the cost basis is still off, the transaction values could be wrong.

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If purchased coins are missing, this will lead to warnings and incorrect values for all gains calculations! Hover the info icon in the upper right corner of each box for more information. Please also read the Gains FAQs if you have issues on this page. These filters apply to all three tables. This setting decides at which price your coins will be converted into your selected currency. The counterpart price of your trade will be taken. When you buy 1 BTC for 500 USD, we will convert 500 USD into your selected currency according to the trade price.

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This setting is realistic, as it contains the spread and the fee. That’s why your “Cost per Unit” will be slightly higher than the “Sell Price per Unit”. Shown in BTC, the above example may result in something like: Buy 1 BTC for 1. The transaction price of your trade will be taken. When you buy 1 BTC for 500 USD, we will convert 1 BTC into your selected currency according to the trade price. This setting contains only the actual transaction price. Spreads, fees and other additional costs will be ignored.

Your “Cost per Unit” will be exactly the same as the “Sell Price per Unit”. Shown in BTC, the above example will result exactly in: Buy 1 BTC for 1 BTC. You can find an explanation and examples on the Tax-Report page. Changes the method for the cost basis calculation.

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Average of unsold Assets as Cost Basis is recommended. But use it only, if all your purchases and sales are set correctly. Displays all values in either your account currency or in BTC. We do not just convert the Fiat value into BTC, but we calculate the Bitcoin value of every single transaction.

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Because of BTC price changes, it’s absolutely possible, that your BTC gain is negative, but your Fiat gain positive. We are recommending “Only digital currencies”. Disable: Calculates all gains and the costs basis from trades only. The remaining amount of a coin can deviate from the values in the dashboard, because deposits and withdrawals will not be included.

Enable: Includes all deposits and withdrawals into the calculation. Gains and the cost basis will change as deposits and withdrawals do not have a cost basis. The table contains all purchases that would be affected when the desired amount was sold. This table contains all your sales that match the filter settings. Type: Can be “Sell” or “Withdrawal”. Amount: The amount of the currency you have sold. Should the purchase amount be negative, no change and realized gain will be calculated.

Change: The difference between your sale and the cumulated cost in percent. Trade Date: The day and time of your transaction. Export: You can export this table by clicking on the export buttons. Column Sorting: Click on a column name to change the sorting. Shift-Click another column to sort multiple columns. Additional Trade Information: Click on the blue plus on the left of each row, to display additional information. This table contains all your sales with the respective realized gain.

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Realized gain is the amount you’ve already achieved with a sale, calculated from your purchase price and your sales price. This table contains all your purchases that match the filter settings. Type: Can be “Buy” or “Deposit”. Amount: The amount of the currency you have bought. Current Price per Unit: The current market price for the traded currency. Change: The difference between your price and the current market price in percent. The total value of your trade at the time of your transaction.

It’s the market value you would get, if you sell the full amount right now. This table contains all purchases with a theoretical unrealized gain. It is the difference between your purchase price and today’s price. Coins which have already been sold are not taken into account. Please change back to Light, if you have problems with the other themes. All other languages were translated by users. Register For Free to get started.

This calculation is for experienced users. What can be done on this page? The remaining amount of a coin can deviate from the values in the dashboard, because deposits and withdrawals will not be included in gains calculations. Gains are calculated from the value at purchase and the value at sale. If you do not have sales in your account, no profit will be displayed. All incoming transactions such as gifts, mined coins and other income are calculated by default with the cost basis at the time of the transaction.

If you would rather calculate with a cost basis of 0 EUR, open the “Filter” and click on the corresponding trade type twice. If the cost basis is still off, the transaction values could be wrong. If purchased coins are missing, this will lead to warnings and incorrect values for all gains calculations! Hover the info icon in the upper right corner of each box for more information.

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Please also read the Gains FAQs if you have issues on this page. These filters apply to all three tables. This setting decides at which price your coins will be converted into your selected currency. The counterpart price of your trade will be taken. When you buy 1 BTC for 500 USD, we will convert 500 USD into your selected currency according to the trade price.

This setting is realistic, as it contains the spread and the fee. That’s why your “Cost per Unit” will be slightly higher than the “Sell Price per Unit”. Shown in BTC, the above example may result in something like: Buy 1 BTC for 1. The transaction price of your trade will be taken. When you buy 1 BTC for 500 USD, we will convert 1 BTC into your selected currency according to the trade price. This setting contains only the actual transaction price.

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Spreads, fees and other additional costs will be ignored. Your “Cost per Unit” will be exactly the same as the “Sell Price per Unit”. Shown in BTC, the above example will result exactly in: Buy 1 BTC for 1 BTC. You can find an explanation and examples on the Tax-Report page. Changes the method for the cost basis calculation. Average of unsold Assets as Cost Basis is recommended.

But use it only, if all your purchases and sales are set correctly. Displays all values in either your account currency or in BTC. We do not just convert the Fiat value into BTC, but we calculate the Bitcoin value of every single transaction. Because of BTC price changes, it’s absolutely possible, that your BTC gain is negative, but your Fiat gain positive. We are recommending “Only digital currencies”. Disable: Calculates all gains and the costs basis from trades only.

The remaining amount of a coin can deviate from the values in the dashboard, because deposits and withdrawals will not be included. Enable: Includes all deposits and withdrawals into the calculation. Gains and the cost basis will change as deposits and withdrawals do not have a cost basis. The table contains all purchases that would be affected when the desired amount was sold. This table contains all your sales that match the filter settings. Type: Can be “Sell” or “Withdrawal”. Amount: The amount of the currency you have sold.

Should the purchase amount be negative, no change and realized gain will be calculated. Change: The difference between your sale and the cumulated cost in percent. Trade Date: The day and time of your transaction. Export: You can export this table by clicking on the export buttons. Column Sorting: Click on a column name to change the sorting.

Shift-Click another column to sort multiple columns. Additional Trade Information: Click on the blue plus on the left of each row, to display additional information. This table contains all your sales with the respective realized gain. Realized gain is the amount you’ve already achieved with a sale, calculated from your purchase price and your sales price. This table contains all your purchases that match the filter settings. Type: Can be “Buy” or “Deposit”. Amount: The amount of the currency you have bought.