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How to File Your Firi Taxes with Koinly

How to do your Firi taxes with Koinly

Firi is a Nordic crypto exchange operating in Norway and Denmark, where more than 160,000 investors can buy and sell crypto including BTC, ETH & ADA. Whatever your investments and whether you live in Norway or Denmark, Koinly can help you calculate your taxes and report them to the Skatteetaten or Skattestyrelsen.

  1. Sign up to Koinly and choose your country and currency
  2. Connect Firi with Koinly to import all your Firi trades safely and securely
  3. Koinly categorizes Firi transactions into gains, losses, and income
  4. Download your Firi tax report from Koinly (Koinly can generate the Skattestyrelsen Fortjeneste & Skatteetaten RF1159 forms)
  5. File your Firi taxes online or with your crypto tax accountant

How do I file my Firi taxes?

You'll need to calculate and report any income or capital gains you made with your tax office. For most people, this happens as part of your annual tax return. You can learn more about crypto tax where you live in our guides.

There are a couple of ways you can do this - do it yourself, by identifying your taxable transactions, calculating your net capital gain or loss, and the fair market value of any crypto income.

Or, use a crypto tax calculator like Koinly to easily calculate your taxable income for you, and generate your crypto tax report, ready to file with your tax office.

Koinly works by importing your crypto transaction data to analyze what's taxable, and what's not.

Koinly lets you manage all your crypto transactions - from all the blockchains, wallets, and exchanges you use - from one single platform, making crypto tax simple.

How to connect Koinly and Firi automatically using API

On Firi

  1. Log in to Firi
  2. Go to settings
  3. Select API
  4. Select create a new key
  5. Copy your API key

On Koinly

  1. Sign up or log in to your Koinly account and go to wallets
  2. Select add new wallet: Firi
  3. Select set up auto-sync
  4. Paste the API key into Koinly
  5. Select secure import


1. The API import may take a few minutes which is normal.

2. Spot a yellow circle in your Koinly Wallet? Koinly has calculated your balances based on the imported transactions but the balances reported by the API aren't quite matching up. Don’t worry, this is easy to fix! See our support article here for quick troubleshooting steps.

How to integrate Firi with Koinly using CSV

If you prefer, you can integrate Koinly with Firi by uploading a CSV file of your transaction history instead. Here's how to get your Firi transaction history CSV file.

How to download and export transaction history CSV from Firi

  1. Log in to Firi
  2. Go to settings.
  3. Select export CSV - make sure to include all your transaction data.

How to upload your Firi CSV file to Koinly

  1. Sign up or log in to your Koinly account and go to wallets
  2. Select add new wallet: Firi
  3. Select import from file
  4. Upload your CSV file(s)


1. When downloading your CSV files, check that the file covers your full trading history.

2. Don't forget to tag your transactions as income according to your country's crypto tax rules.

How do I troubleshoot my Firi integration to Koinly?

If you need help connecting Firi and Koinly, check out these great resources:

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Does Firi provide tax documents?

No. Firi does not provide users with tax documents, but you can use a crypto tax calculator like Koinly to generate your Firi tax documents. Just connect using API or by uploading a CSV file of your transaction history.

How do I get tax reports and forms from Firi?

The easiest way to get your Firi tax report is to connect to crypto tax software. With Koinly, you can connect using API and get your transaction data in minutes. Koinly can then generate your crypto tax reports including the Skattestyrelsen Fortjeneste & Skatteetaten RF1159 forms.

Does Firi provide financial or end of year statements?

No. Firi only provides users with a CSV file of their transaction history, which you can use for tax reporting purposes.