Allow users to hide spam/scam/phishing/marketing/defunct tokens
Enable hiding spam tokens, spam coins, unwanted airdrops from whole portfolio tracking and taxes (e.g. KICK , MNE , NSE , etc.) Currently, using the "Ignore" category on the receive transactions for the unwanted coins will exclude those coins from your tax calculations, but it does not remove them from your wallet balances or your CoinTracker portfolio views. This article has suggestions about sending away worthless tokens: https://help.cointracker.io/en/articles/4471745-what-if-my-coins-are-lost-stolen-or-worthless
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. •Custom currencies and manual changes to map a transaction to the correct coin do not correct the dashboard. •Further confusion is caused by the fact that manual transactions do affect the number that is displayed for the number of transactions in a specific wallet. 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
Blur.io NFT Sales
Currently any sale via Blur shows 100% capital loss and then transfer of funds from the blur pool shows as 100% as a capital gain. Please implement greater support for Blur transactions.
Add manual wallet
Enable creation of new wallets for manual transactions (e.g. from edit transactions view or wallets page).
Ignore specific tokens in a multi-token transactions
If you have a multi-token transaction you are unable to ignore specific parts of that transaction, we previously support this in our old UI. Our product and engineering team are working to bring this back! Thank you for your patience.
Bring Back Max Year Balances and Year End Balances In Tax Center
In previous years, in the "Tax Summary by Wallet" box in the Tax Center section always had 5 columns of info. The exchange name, max year balance, year end balance, total gains, and transactions total. I noticed now it only lists the exchange and the gains along with the transaction amount. The max year balances and year end balances for each exchange have been left off. Please bring this information back, this is critical info that should be saved and recorded.
Uniswap v3 Pool NFTs
Hi there, A significant portion of my holdings sit in Uniswap liquidity pools. The recent launch of v3 brought in a change to how Uniswap represents your pool. Rather than representing your pooled token pair as another UNI token, they mint a new NFT for you. It’s cute, but... The value of that NFT isn’t tracked/seen by Cointracker. It’s so irritating!