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Export CoinTracking to CSV

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    Welcome to your comprehensive guide on exporting data from CoinTracking to CSV. Understanding how to effectively manage and analyze your cryptocurrency transactions is crucial in today's digital economy. A CSV file is a versatile format that can be seamlessly imported into spreadsheet applications, enhancing your ability to sort, filter, and visualize your data for better decision-making. On this page, we'll navigate the intricacies of CoinTracking, demonstrate the steps to export your data to a CSV file, explore various use cases for the exported CSV, introduce an alternative to CSV exports for CoinTracking using Sourcetable, and provide a helpful Q&A section to address common inquiries about the export process.

    What is CoinTracking?

    CoinTracking is a crypto portfolio tracker and tax calculator software that launched in April 2013. It provides a comprehensive platform for users to track their cryptocurrency investments and manage their portfolios from a single location. CoinTracking supports a wide range of cryptocurrencies, including all types of coins, tokens, NFTs, and DeFi, with historical data on 28,543 coins.

    The software is designed to automatically import data from over 300 exchanges and wallets, facilitating real-time tracking of user investments. CoinTracking simplifies the process of creating tax reports for many countries by offering 13 different tax methods and generating tax reports for over 100 countries. The platform also features a customizable dashboard with charts and reports, offering 25 different types of reports to cater to the varied needs of its users.

    As a service, CoinTracking assists users in managing their cryptocurrency portfolios and provides assistance with filing cryptocurrency taxes. It can import transactions not only from exchanges and wallets but also directly from blockchains. CoinTracking is capable of handling complex transactions such as margin trades, DeFi involvement, NFT transactions, and lending activities. Additionally, it offers a Full-Service option, which gives personalized support to CoinTracking account owners, helping with imports, tax filing, and more.

    With over 1,549,000 active users and 15 years in business, CoinTracking has established itself as a reliable tool for both individual investors and tax professionals. The service also includes tutorials and video guides to help users navigate the complexities of cryptocurrency taxation and portfolio management.

    Exporting CoinTracking Data to CSV

    HTML Export Method

    CoinTracking allows users to export their transaction data in various formats, including HTML. Once the data is exported as an HTML file, it can be saved on your device for future reference. Additionally, the HTML file can be printed directly or you have the option to convert your trades into a PDF format for easier sharing and storage.

    Handling of Personal Data

    When exporting your transaction data, be aware that personal data will be included in the export. This personal data is intended for a one-time use and CoinTracking ensures that it will not be saved or stored for future exports, maintaining your privacy and security.

    Upgrading for XML and JSON Exports

    To export your transactions in XML or JSON formats, you must upgrade to CoinTracking Unlimited. These formats may be preferred by users who require advanced data manipulation or integration with other tools and applications that support XML or JSON.

    Sourcetable Integration

    Streamline Your CoinTracking Data Management with Sourcetable

    When managing your cryptocurrency portfolio, efficiency and accuracy are paramount. By using Sourcetable, you can directly import your CoinTracking information into an intelligent spreadsheet without the intermediate step of exporting to a CSV file. This direct synchronization not only saves time but also ensures that the data in your spreadsheet remains current with live updates from CoinTracking.

    Sourcetable offers a user-friendly interface that will feel familiar to spreadsheet users, but with the added power of automation and business intelligence capabilities. By automating the data import process, Sourcetable reduces the risk of human error and frees up your time to focus on analysis and decision-making. Take advantage of Sourcetable's robust features to streamline your cryptocurrency data management today.

    Common Use Cases

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      Use case 1: A user exports all trades to a CSV file for personal record-keeping.
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      Use case 2: A user copies trades to the clipboard to quickly share with an accountant.
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      Use case 3: A user saves the CSV export to analyze trading patterns using spreadsheet software.
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      Use case 4: A user prints the CSV export for a physical backup of their trade history.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I download a CSV file of all my transactions from CoinTracking?

    CoinTracking allows you to download a CSV file of all your transactions. Simply navigate to the export feature and select the CSV format for download.

    Can I edit the CSV file exported from CoinTracking?

    Yes, you can edit the CSV file with a text-based editor. However, be careful when using Excel as it may change the layout of the CSV file.

    What should I do if I want to import a CSV file into another CoinTracking account?

    If you are importing the CSV file into another CoinTracking account, make sure both accounts use the same language to ensure compatibility.

    Why might my CSV file not be supported when importing into CoinTracking.info?

    Your CSV file may not be supported if it's for an exchange or wallet not currently supported by CoinTracking.info, or if it does not contain valid transactions. Supported transaction types can be found on the import page.

    What could be the reason for my CSV file having no transactions when I export from CoinTracking?

    The file may be from a time period without any transactions or it may have the wrong format. Ensure that you are exporting data for the correct time period and in the proper format.


    While CoinTracking provides a robust system for managing cryptocurrency transactions, it currently does not offer a direct export to CSV format. However, users have the ability to export their data in HTML, XML, and JSON formats. The HTML export is particularly versatile, allowing for saving, printing, or converting to PDF, and is designed for one-time use without saving personal data multiple times. For those needing more advanced features, exporting in XML or JSON is available with CoinTracking Unlimited. Since a direct CSV export is not available, we recommend using Sourcetable, which allows you to effortlessly import your CoinTracking data directly into a spreadsheet. Sign up for Sourcetable today to streamline your cryptocurrency data management and analysis.

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