Did you sell, swap, or earn rewards on your crypto in the last year? If so, you might owe taxes on your crypto.
The good news is Blockchain.com is here to help. With our new Tax Center, you can easily export your full transaction history from your Blockchain.com accounts to calculate gains, losses, and income.
We’ve also partnered with CoinTracker to simplify your tax reporting. Just upload your transaction history file into their service and you’ll get free tax reports for up to 500 transactions.
With Blockchain.com and CoinTracker, you can now prepare your crypto taxes in just five simple steps:
- Log in to your Blockchain.com Wallet or Exchange account using your web browser.
- Go to Settings and select Tax Center.
- Export your transaction history for the given tax year.
- Upload your file to CoinTracker.
- You’re ready to file your crypto taxes!
To get your free tax reports for up to 500 transactions, please be sure to sign up for CoinTracker at https://www.cointracker.io/blockchain.
Trying to figure out your crypto taxes for this year? Check out our recent podcast with Shehan Chandrasekera, Head of Tax Strategy at CoinTracker, where we discuss the five situations that trigger crypto tax obligations. It’s an actionable, insight-filled episode you won’t want to miss!
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