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Generating Your MEET.ONE Wallet Tax Documents

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The first - and in most cases, the only - step is to download all your transaction data from MEET.ONE wallet and import it to Koinly. There are a couple of ways you can do that:

  • Look for a history export option in MEET.ONE Wallet that will generate a CSV file containing your transaction history. Just import it into Koinly, and you on your way to creating a tax document.
  • If you prefer to have Koinly sync your transaction data automatically, you can add separate Koinly-wallets for each of your coins ex MEET.ONE Wallet BTC, MEET.ONE Wallet ETH etc using our Blockchain integrations. After that, simply add the public key or public address for each of your coins and let Koinly do the rest.
  • If you only have a few transactions and the above method(s) are not possible for you, you can even add the transactions manually via Koinly's web interface.

If you decide to import CSV files, you have to make sure to import your deposits/withdrawals and trades for ALL previous years - not just the current one!

That's all you have to do. Don't forget to tag your airdrops/forks so they appear as Income on your generated cryptocurrency tax forms!

Last updated: Tuesday, 7 March 2023

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