NOTE: Because NiceHash only exports per wallet if you made trades on NiceX, the NiceHash exchange, the trades are exported as a Fiat sell and Fiat buy. We recommend switching to API to get your trades imported correctly.

Step 1:

Login to your NiceHash account.

Step 2:

Navigate to the Wallets page.

Step 3:

Nice Hash only allows export per wallet, therefore in order to get all the historical data it is necessary to navigate to every wallet used and export files one by one.

e.g. Navigate to your ETH wallet and press the Export button.

Step 4:

Set the timezone to GMT and click the Create button.

Step 5:

You will receive a notification via email when your report is generated. Open the email and press the Open Report button, a new tab will open with the list of your Reports.

Step 6:

Press the action Download report

Step 7:

You will receive a file in CSV format. Within CoinLedger navigate to Import. Select Add Account then choose the Nice Hash tab on CoinLedger. Click on Upload File and drag your CSV file into the box to import your transactions.

Important note

NiceHash does not export complete transaction data for fiat purchases or fiat sells made on exchange. The NiceHash file export only includes the crypto amount received or sent does not include the fiat amount. As a result, CoinLedger imports these transactions as Deposits or Withdrawals (non-taxable self-transfers). Refer to this guide for instructions for how to edit the Deposit transaction and change it to a Fiat Buy (and with using the same approach you can edit a Withdrawal and change it to a Fiat Sell.)

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