Our Manual Entry Function

 

For trades and transactions that do not appear in an exchange’s CSV export or for transactions like Hard Forks, Mined coins and the likes we have a manual entry function.

We use a few codes in the system to tell our app how to interpret data. These codes can be used in the Bulk Import function and the Manual Entry function. Below we list all the active codes in use and what they mean.

Codes

  • $FORK: You will find this code in the Currency Sold and it symbolises the Currency Bought is the result of a Hard Fork. For example, when Bitcoin Cash (BCH) forked from the main Bitcoin chain. Both trade and fee AUD Value will remain $0 (zero) unless you make it otherwise. This means by default the capital gains calculations and business P/L figures in the app will use a cost base of $0.

    The Currency Bought and Quantity of Currency Bought is the new currency code post-hard fork and the quantity held respectively.

  • $MNG: You will find this as the Currency Sold and it symbolises that the Currency Bought is from Mining. The AUD value for both fee and trade value will remain $0 (zero) unless you make it otherwise. This means by default the capital gains calculations and business P/L figures in the app will use a cost base of $0.

    The Currency Bought and Quantity of Currency Bought is the currency mined and the quantity mined respectively.

  • $SCAM: You will find this in the Currency Bought and it symbolises that the Sold Currency pertains to a trade that was a scam and thus has zero value (IE is written off).

    The Currency Sold and Quantity of Currency Sold should be the currency and quantity lost due to a scam.

  • $STK: You will find this code in the Currency Sold and it symbolises that the Bought Currency is sourced from Staking. For example, GAS is generated by holding NEO. Both trade and fee AUD Value will remain $0 (zero) unless you make it otherwise.

    The Currency Bought and Quantity of Currency Bought is the currency and quantity that was received from staking respectively. This means by default the capital gains calculations and business P/L figures in the app will use a cost base of $0.

  • $EXP: You will find this code in the Currency Bought and it symbolises that the Currency Sold was used as a purchase for a normal expense. This will dispose of the asset at the market rate at the time of transaction (whichever time you put in Trade Time).

    The Currency Sold and Quantity of Currency Sold is the currency and quantity that was paid for the expense respectively. This means by default the difference between cost of acquiring the currency and paying the expense will be included in capital gains calculations and Business P/L calculations.

  • $FEE: You will find this code in the Currency Bought and Currency Sold fields and it symbolises that the transaction only contained Fee information. A trade value for the transaction is not calculated, but a fee value will be calculated.
    The Trade Fee and Fee Currency Code should is the amount and currency of the fee. This data is not included in Capital Gains calculations, but is included in Business P/L calculations.