Tron (TRX)

How to Connect Tron (TRX) with Koinly

Tron (TRX) pairs perfectly with Koinly to make crypto tax easy! 🤝 Connect Tron to Koinly to quickly calculate your taxes. ⚡ Just follow a few simple steps! 🖱️

API Import CSV File Import

Are you investing in Tron (TRX)? Whether you're trading, staking or farming - it's incredibly easy to do your crypto taxes with Koinly.

To get started, simply connect Koinly to the Tron blockchain via your public address or CSV file upload. Once connected, Koinly imports all your trades automatically. Next, Koinly calculates all your gains, income and expenses with easy-to-spot totals ready for your tax return. At tax time, simply download the Koinly tax report for your country and you’re good to file!

How to find your Tron public address

You can find your public address in the wallet you use to interact with TRX - for example, Atomic, Ledger or Trust Wallet.

We have instructions on how to do this for a variety of popular wallets on our integration pages.

Please note: you’ll need to add your public address from every wallet you use to interact with TRX in order for Koinly to calculate your crypto taxes correctly.

How to connect Tron to Koinly via API

On Koinly

  1. Sign up or login into Koinly and head to the wallets page.
  2. Select add new wallet in the top right corner.
  3. In the search bar, search for Tron.
  4. Select Tron (TRX).
  5. Enter your Tron public address.
  6. Select import.

How to connect Tron to Koinly via CSV

Depending on the Tron wallet you’re using, you may be able to export a CSV file of your transaction history from your wallet. We’ve got instructions on how to get a CSV file from a number of crypto wallets on our integration pages.

How do I check my Tron import is accurate?

Something not quite right? Koinly is smart - but issues with imported data happen. Don't worry, there's some quick checks and fixes to try:

Sync all wallets, exchanges and blockchains

Koinly needs your entire transaction history to identify deposits and withdrawals from transfers - so make sure you’ve connected every single wallet, exchange and blockchain you use with Koinly.

Check your imported data

Sometimes a given API doesn’t include all your transaction data, or your CSV file might be missing certain kinds of transactions - so it’s important you check everything has been imported to Koinly correctly. 

  1. Filter your transactions by deposits and withdrawals and check there aren’t any large transactions which are actually transfers.
  2. Use the warning filter to check for any missing costs or missing rates.
  3. Check any warnings on the tax reports page, just above your tax summary.
  4. If there’s an issue with a specific wallet, Koinly will flag it with a small yellow icon - click the icon to find out what the issue is and how to resolve it.

Review the tags on your transactions

Koinly will normally review your transaction tags automatically, but there are some instances when transactions aren't marked in the imported data. It's always good to double check your transactions and use the tags as they apply to your country’s crypto tax rules (find your crypto tax rules). Here’s the tags you can use and when to use them.

Deposit tags (receiving crypto)

  • Airdrop: tag any airdrops, you can treat these as income in your settings.
  • Fork: tag any coins from hard forks, you can treat these as income in your settings.
  • Mining: you can adjust whether mining is treated as income in your settings.
  • Reward: tag staking rewards, referral bonuses and other kinds of rewards.
  • Loan interest: loan interest is always treated as income and separated out in your report.
  • Income: tag any income you make in crypto so it’s correctly marked in your report.
  • Received from pool: use this tag when you remove crypto from staking pools - not liquidity pools, these are taxed differently.

Withdrawal tags (sending crypto)

  • Gift: tag any gifts of crypto - in many countries, this is tax free.
  • Lost: you can claim lost or stolen crypto as a capital loss in many countries. 
  • Sent to pool: use this tag when you’ve sent crypto to staking pools - not liquidity pools, these are taxed differently.
  • Cost, interest payment and margin fee: Use these tags as appropriate for your expenses. You’ll still realize a profit or loss from the transaction, but they’ll show up in the expense section of your report and may be tax deductible. 

Other tags

  • Realized P&L: use for futures, contracts and options trades, this lets Koinly know to treat the entire transaction as profit or loss.
  • Swap: use this tag for any tax free trade of crypto - like migrations and rebases.
  • Liquidity in/out: you can't apply this tag manually, but Koinly will apply it when you're sending or receiving crypto from a liquidity pool.

It's really helpful to use our Getting Started Guide before reviewing your transactions. This can help you identify and resolve any issues in no time at all.

How do I troubleshoot my Tron integration to Koinly?

Still having issues with your Tron import? Don't panic - help is at hand:

  • Head over to our help forum to see if any of our guides have the answers.
  • Hit up our discussion boards - someone else might have resolved the same issue already.
  • Ask us on social media - we’re on Twitter and Reddit.
  • Contact us on email or live chat.