Introduction to HitBTC
HitBTC was launched in April of 2014, and focuses on making their site as technologically cutting edge as possible. They have focused on their matching engine, API’s, and Fix compatibility. HitBTC’s matching engine is one of the best in the industry and boasts aspects like real-time clearing and advanced order matching algorithms. It also boasts a stable and secure API system. Other features include HitBTC’s demo trading to allow for new users to learn trading skills in a controlled environment.
How to export your HitBTC transaction history
When doing your taxes you can export your transaction history either by downloading a CSV file or by using their API.
Divly now supports fetching transactions using the HitBTC API.
Sign in to HitBTC.
From the dashboard, click on the settings icon in the top right corner.
Navigate to the API keys tab by clicking in the submenu.
Once on the API page, click on the button New API key.
Finally, copy and past the API key information into Divly to import your information.
You can import HitBTC crypto transactions into Divly by downloading and importing a CSV file. Make sure to download the CSV file every time you want to include the latest transactions.
Step by step guide:
Sign in to HitBTC.
Deposits/Withdrawals: Navigate to Reports > Wallets > Transactions History. Select the date range and click on the button Export as .csv.
Trades: Navigate to Reports > Spot > My Trades. Select the date range and click on the button Export as .csv.
Drag and drop the CSV files to where it says Upload CSV. Divly will import the transactions.
Common issues when calculating your HitBTC taxes
If you have any issues with calculating your HitBTC taxes, feel free to contact our support team which is available via the online chat on the bottom right hand corner of our website. Good luck!
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