Sourcetable Integration

Export Hotbit to CSV

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    Welcome to our comprehensive guide on exporting your Hotbit transaction history to a CSV file, a crucial step for managing your digital currency portfolio. Understanding your transaction history is essential, and exporting this data to a CSV file not only simplifies the process of filing taxes but also makes it easier to ensure accuracy in your tax calculations when using tools like Koinly. On this page, we will delve into what Hotbit is, guide you through the process of exporting your transactions to a CSV file, explore various use cases for this data, introduce an alternative method for CSV exports using Sourcetable, and address common questions about the export process. By the end of this guide, you'll be equipped with the knowledge to efficiently manage your crypto transactions and tax obligations.

    Exporting Hotbit Transaction History to a CSV File

    Exporting Directly from Hotbit

    To export your Hotbit transaction history directly to a CSV file, you need to first log in to your Hotbit account. Once logged in, click on "Orders" which is located in the top right corner of the interface. Here, you'll be able to select the specific date range for the transactions you wish to export. After setting the desired range, simply click on the "export" button to download your transaction history in a CSV file format.

    Exporting via Spreadsheet Application

    If the CSV file downloaded from Hotbit is not in the correct format, you can open it with a spreadsheet application such as Google Sheets. Within the application, you can make any necessary adjustments to the format and then export the data back out as a correctly formatted CSV file.

    Uploading to Koinly

    After obtaining the CSV file with your transaction history, you can upload this file to Koinly for further processing. To do this, use the "File import" option in Koinly to upload your CSV file. It is important to manually add any deposits and withdrawals that may not have been included in the CSV. Once uploaded, carefully review all transactions to ensure they are tagged correctly within Koinly. This step is crucial as it ensures the accuracy of your tax liability as viewed on the Tax Reports page in Koinly.

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    Streamline Your Data Management with Sourcetable

    Switching to Sourcetable for your data import needs offers a seamless experience compared to the traditional method of exporting Hotbit data to a CSV file. With Sourcetable, you can directly sync your live data from Hotbit, eliminating the extra steps of exporting and then importing into another spreadsheet program. This not only saves valuable time but also reduces the risk of data transfer errors.

    Sourcetable's ability to automatically pull in data from multiple sources allows you to integrate Hotbit with other apps and databases effortlessly. Its intuitive spreadsheet interface is designed for ease of use, making it accessible to users of all skill levels. By choosing Sourcetable, you embrace automation and enhance your business intelligence capabilities, leading to more informed decision-making without the hassle of manual data handling.

    Common Use Cases

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      Use case 1: Filing Taxes - Export Hotbit transaction history as a CSV file to ensure accurate tax filings.
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      Use case 2: Data Backup - Create a backup of Hotbit transaction history by exporting data before the service halts operations.
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      Use case 3: Tax Calculation - Upload CSV file to Koinly for assistance in tax calculations, including manual addition of deposits and withdrawals.
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      Use case 4: Data Analysis - Analyze personal trading history by reviewing transactions within a specified date range from the exported CSV file.
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      Use case 5: Compatibility Conversion - Convert an outdated excel file format to a CSV file using Google Sheets for easier data manipulation.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I export my Hotbit transaction history to a CSV file?

    To export your Hotbit transaction history to a CSV file, log in to Hotbit, click on orders, select a date range, and click export.

    Will the CSV file include all my transactions, such as withdrawals and deposits?

    The CSV file you export from Hotbit will not include your withdrawals and deposits.

    What should I do if the CSV file is outdated?

    If the file is outdated, open it in Google Sheets and export it as a CSV.

    How do I add missing withdrawals and deposits to my transaction history?

    Add withdrawals and deposits manually to Koinly after uploading the CSV.

    How can I view my tax liability after exporting my transaction history?

    Review transactions on Koinly and view your tax liability on the Tax Reports page.


    As Hotbit has ceased operations, it is essential for users to export their transaction history to CSV files to ensure accurate tax filing. By logging into Hotbit, clicking on Orders, selecting the appropriate date range, and clicking on export, users can obtain their transaction history. Should the file require conversion, tools like Google Sheets can be used to convert it into the correct CSV format. Once uploaded to Koinly, users must manually add withdrawals and deposits and review transactions for accurate tax reporting. However, instead of going through the process of exporting to CSV, you can simplify the task by using Sourcetable to import data directly into a spreadsheet. Sign up for Sourcetable to streamline your data management and get started on a more efficient way to handle your cryptocurrency transactions.

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