Bulk edit (ignore, delete, or tag/mark) multiple transactions
Requesting the ability to group and edit multiple transactions at once. This would save a lot of time when multiple edits are required. The bulk editing interface seems to suggest you could ignore or delete in bulk, but currently only 1 selected transaction is deleted or ignored. This should also cover marking a transaction as interest.
Support for Kucoin Futures and Margin Trading
We have not yet added support for Kucoin futures and margin trading, including: Leveraged tokens (i.e. ETH3L, ETH3S, etc.) Currently, these types of transactions are not imported into CoinTracker when the exchange syncs via the API integration. Until we add this new feature, users have the option to add these transactions manually . For users with large numbers of trades, adding the Exchange via csv using the Cointracker generic csv import may also be an option.
API Sync with Coinbase Advanced Trading
Coinbase has launched Advanced Trading on Coinbase with Coinbase Pro type fees - but these transactions are not part of the current API sync. Since these trades are typically at high volume / splits - need the API sync on Cointracker.
One subscription for all CoinTracker functionality (e.g. portfolio tracking, daily auto-syncing, performance assistance, taxes, etc.) Mobile apps and web client Notifications No lifetime limits Don't count microtransactions (e.g. <$1 worth) More economical way to deal with large numbers of automated transactions (mining, staking, etc.) Address feedback on current tax plan pricing from users who pass the limit for a particular tier by a small number of transactions.
Transfer between wallets incorrect cost basis
Transfer of an NFT between two wallets I own is not maintaining the cost basis. Outgoing is shown as a full loss an incoming to new wallet shows zero cost basis. This is causing incorrect profits/loss to be reports on form 8949
Add Cosmos(ATOM) and ALGO wallets
Want to add ATOM and ALGO from wallets, but Cointracker doesn't support yet
Allow manual transactions on synced wallets/exchanges to reflect on Portfolio, Dashboard, Wallets
The current behavior is that manual transactions on auto synced wallets/exchanges aren't reflected on Portfolio pages. Users who add manual transactions will find that these transactions are not taken into account in several areas: • Portfolio totals are not correct. • The total for the asset on the dashboard is not correct. • If all transactions for the asset are created manually, it will not be listed under "Your Assets" on the dashboard. • Manual transactions do not affect the balance for the wallet. • If all transactions for the asset are manual, the asset will not show when selecting the wallet under Wallets> Wallets. This happens because when the wallet/exchange is synced, CoinTracker pulls the balances directly from the wallet via the API only, ignoring manual transactions. We understand that users may expect manually added transactions to affect their account the same way that the synced transactions do. Please note that this applies to manual transactions only. Wallets/transactions imported via CSV will show correctly on wallets, portfolios, and the dashboard. This issue only affects only the figures seen on the portfolio and dashboard pages and when looking at the balance on individual synced wallets. Tax calculations will still be correct. If you would like to work around these issues with manual transactions, you could remove the synced wallet and import all transactions for that wallet via our generic CSV import: https://support.cointracker.io/hc/en-us/articles/4413071299729
ERC-1155 NFTs and transactions are not pulled in automatically
If a user mints, buys or sells an ERC-1155 NFT, the transaction in CoinTracker will simply appear as if ETH was sent or received. No NFT appears as sent or received in trade for that ETH. The other side of the transaction is simply empty. Etherscan does not yet provide ERC-115 token data in their API endpoints. Until we can add support for ERC-115 tokens, adding each NFT as a custom currency and then selecting it manually on the transaction may be a viable workaround. See this guide for instructions on adding a custom currency: 📚 How do I add a custom currency This article shows how to edit the transaction to correctly reflect the exchange of ETH and NFT: 📚 How to manually add a trade Note that if you choose to use this workaround when we add support for ERC-1155 tokens, any existing manual edits may make your account inaccurate. Manual edits would need to be undone. One way to resolve this would be to delete the wallet, then re-add it, allowing the transactions to come back in with the correct tokens.