Divly offers a solution deeply specialized for the countries we support. It is simple and free to get started with Divly. Our dedicated support team is available if you have any questions.
Divly provides detailed information, guides, and localized support for every country. Divly aims to consistently fact check all our information with local tax authorities and in some cases local tax lawyers. The tax engine is customized for every country to ensure improved accuracy and reliability. Divly also works hard to seamlessly import transaction data from smaller local exchanges in every supported country.
Divly chooses to first execute properly on the supported countries before expanding to lots of new jurisdictions. We have a knowledgeable support team trained to handle questions for specific countries. Divly even offers support in multiple languages.
Both Koinly and Divly have free and paid pricing tiers based on your transactions.
First Paid Tier: Koinly offers 100 transactions for tax reporting purposes, whilst Divly offers 200 transactions for a similar price.
Second Paid Tier: Koinly offers 1,000 transactions for tax reporting purposes, whilst Divly offers 2,000 transactions for a similar price.
Third Paid Tier: Koinly offers 10,000 transactions for tax reporting purposes, whilst Divly offers 20,000 transactions for a similar price.
How to switch from Koinly to Divly
You can import transactions from Koinly into Divly by downloading and importing a CSV file. Koinly allows you to export transaction data if you have previously paid for their service.
Alternatively, use Divly's integrations with different wallets and exchanges to start from scratch.
Step by step guide:
Sign in to Koinly.
In the top menu navigate to the Tax Reports page.
Select the year at the top that represents the transactions you want to export.
At the bottom of the page in the dropdown select Transaction history.
Click the button Download Report. The file will download.
Repeat the above steps for all years you want to download transactions for.
In Divly, drag and drop the CSV files to where it says Upload CSV. Divly will import the transactions.