Crypto.com is a leading exchange with over 50 million customers and 250 cryptocurrencies available to trade. The platform offers a wide range of financial activities, including a crypto.com visa card, allowing you to spend your crypto.
Follow this guide to learn how to integrate your Crypto.com transactions into our platform.
Crypto.com is a centralised exchange which offers trading, staking, a visa card, an NFT platform and more. Users can deposit and withdraw both cash and crypto. This is great for user experience but can be a minefield for calculating taxes.
Luckily, Cryptiony makes this much more manageable.
We suggest you import your Crypto.com transactions to Cryptiony via our integrated API. To get started, you need to generate your API keys.
Generate your Crypto.com API keys
Log in to Crypto.com.
From the Crypto.com dashboard, click the profile icon, then profile.
Select API key from the section on the left. Then create a new API.
Enter your name and complete the 2FA.
Select read-only, then save your API key and API secret for the Cryptiony integration.
Import your transactions
Sign up for Cryptiony.
From the Cryptiony dashboard, click transactions, then add transactions.
Select Crypto.com, then integrate with the exchange API.
Input your Crypto.com API keys into Cryptiony and click integrate.
Once your transactions are imported, you can either import transactions from another exchange or head over to the taxes section to generate a report.
Although the API method is more straightforward, there are still times you may need to import a CSV.
How to download Crypto.com transactions
Log into your Crypto.com account.
Click wallet, then spot wallet.
Next, select transaction history, then export history.
Enter your date range and click export to CSV.
Repeat, but click order history instead of transaction history.
How to upload Crypto.com transactions to Cryptiony
Log in to Cryptiony.
From the dashboard, select transactions, then add transactions.
Click integrate the exchange on the top right of the screen.
Select Crypto.com, then import the transaction file.
Select your Cryptiony transactions CSV files and hit import.
If you use the Crypto.com mobile app, you should import via CSV.
You can only use the API for transactions from the last six months. Anything longer than that will require using the CSV method.
Finally, the maximum date range for the CSV file is six months. You may need to generate multiple files if you require more than six months of transactions.
Crypto.com offers API integrations to automated tax software such as Cryptiony . Once you have linked the API to your Cryptiony account, you can generate a tax report through the platform.
Crypto.com reports transactions of US citizens to the IRS if they have more than $20000 in trade volume and 200 trades for a single year. So it is likely they could do something similar with HMRC.
It is against the law to avoid taxes, but you can use tax reduction techniques such as taking advantage of tax allowances and holding your Crypto.com assets long-term.
Import your crypto transactions to the Cryptiony platform, generate a report, and submit it to HMRC.