Effortlessly calculate your coinbase wallet taxes and create the correct tax forms to send to your tax authority. Koinly completely integrates with Coinbase Wallet and makes tax reporting a walk in the park.
You'll need to get your wallet address for each blockchain you interact with using Coinbase Wallet - for example, Ethereum, Polygon and Solana. The instructions will be similar for each - so we'll use Ethereum as our example.
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If you use your Coinbase Wallet to interact with multiple blockchains, you'll need to get your public address for each of these blockchains from Coinbase Wallet and add each one to Koinly. In Coinbase Wallet, follow the instructions above, but just select the blockchain you'd like to connect to instead. Make sure you do this for each blockchain you interact with using Coinbase Wallet to get your complete transaction history.
Unfortunately, Coinbase Wallet does not offer users a simple export CSV file option just yet which is why we recommend the API method for most users. However, if you prefer to use CSV files only, you may be able to get a CSV file of your transaction history on a given blockchain using a blockchain explorer. Alternatively, you can create a custom CSV file (we've got a guide on that too). Once you have your CSV file, here's how to upload it to Koinly.
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Double check your transactions are tagged correctly in Koinly for your country’s tax rules!
Not sure what's going on with your Coinbase Wallet data import? No problem, we've got plenty of help available: