Important Notes:

  • Due to limitations with the Gate.io file export, if you have margin transactions they will appear as spot trades. This is because Gate.io does not distinguish between margin trades or spot trades on their official Trade History file. Please review these transactions prior to submitting your tax reports.

  • If you use the POINT currency to pay for fees when trading on Gate.io, all your POINT fees will show up as USDT fees.

There are 3 distinct files to be uploaded - trades, deposits, and withdrawals, here is our guide on how to do it.

Import Trades

Step 1:

Review the following video for a step-by-step walkthrough on importing your Gate.io file to our software, or view the individual steps below!

Step 2:

Follow the steps detailed here: Gate.io Trade History Guide

Import Deposits

Step 1:

In the upper right corner, select Wallet and then click on Funds Overview.

Step 2:

In the menu on the left, select Deposit/Withdrawal and then click on Deposit.

Step 3:

Select Recent Deposits.

Step 4:

Specify the time frame in which you wish to retrieve the Deposit History. We recommend you select a time frame which contains all the deposits you've made to your Gate.io account.

Step 5:

Select Filter and then click on the download button in the upper right corner.

Import Withdrawals

Step 1:

In the upper right corner, select Wallet and then click on Funds Overview.

Step 2:

In the menu on the left, select Deposit/Withdrawal and then click on Withdraw.

Step 3:

Select Recent Withdrawals.

Step 4:

Specify the time frame in which you wish to retrieve the Withdrawal History. We recommend you select a time frame which contains all the withdrawals you've made from your Gate.io account.

Step 5:

Select Filter and then click on the download button in the upper right corner.

Final Step: Import all 3 files into CoinLedger

You will receive files in .csv format. Navigate to Step 1. Import. Select Add Account then choose the Gate.Io tab on CoinLedger. Click on Upload File and drag each of your CSV files into the box to import your transactions.

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