Here's what you need to do
The first - and in most cases, the only - step is to download all your transaction data from Bitbank and import them to Koinly. There are a couple of ways you can do this:
- As Bitbank has an API, the simplest way to do so is to just add your API keys. Then Koinly will sync all your history and you will be ready to generate a tax form. Please note the Bitbank API is currently in BETA testing, so not all users will have access to it. Not to worry - use the CSV file format.
- If you don't have access to your API keys, you can also import transactions by uploading CSV files. If you don't have access to your API keys, you can also import transactions by uploading CSV files. As Bitbank is located in Japan, the headers for your CSV columns are only available in Japanese - which Koinly can't read. You'll need to amend the original CSV file you download. You can see instructions on how to do that here.
- If the above method(s) is not possible for you, you can even add the transactions one by one via Koinly's web interface.