How to file your Slope Wallet taxes with Koinly

Slope Wallet is a popular non-custodial wallet for the Solana blockchain, that lets investors send and receive SOL, Solana tokens, and Solana NFTs, as well as interact with dApps. Whatever your investments, Koinly can help with your Slope Wallet taxes.


Follow these steps to sync your Slope wallet data automatically to Koinly:

  1. Open your Slope wallet wallet app
  2. Copy the public address for every coin that you have on it (even the ones with a zero balance)

On Koinly:

  1. Create a free account on Koinly
  2. Complete onboarding until you get to the Wallets page and find Slope wallet in the list
  3. Select API > Paste the public address/key you copied above in the appropriate box
  4. Hit Import and wait for Koinly to sync your data. This can take a few minutes
  5. Review your transactions on the Transactions page to ensure everything is tagged correctly and no missing data
  6. Go to the Tax Reports page to view your tax liability!
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How do I file my Slope Wallet 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.

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.

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