Advanced Transaction Details (Ledger & Tax View)

Blockpit gives you detailed information about each transaction. In the ledger view, you can see deposits and withdrawals as well as balance changes at a glance. And with the tax view, you get all the tax-relevant details for each transaction. Simple and clear!

Ledger View

Click on "Ledger" on the left to switch to the ledger view. Immediately you get all details and see what impact the transaction has on the balance of the affected asset in the respective integration.


Tax View

Click on "Tax" on the left side of a transaction to get all the details to track tax related transactions. For outgoing transactions such as "Sell" or "Fee", click on the small arrow on the far right to see the previous acquisition transactions.

Taxable transactions have a check mark in the "Taxable" column. If there is no check mark here, no taxable transaction has happened.

For outgoing assets, the cost basis is indicated. This is calculated based on previous acquisition transactions. In this example, the 100 STX come from 2 purchases: 60 STX on 04.01.2022 and 40 STX on 05.01.2022. The cost basis is calculated from quantity times price and results in a total of €180 (€120 + €60).

Under the incoming asset is the value. This is calculated from quantity times price. It is always calculated according to the common standard with the previous day's closing price or the day's opening price.

The value is also displayed under the fee.

Profits or losses are calculated from sales proceeds minus cost basis. In this example we are dealing with the tax country Germany, where the incoming asset is always valued in a trade. Here it is the USDT with a value of €500 that gives the disposal proceeds. If we subtract the cost basis of €180 from this, we get a profit of €320.

When the fee is paid, it is a disposal, and a gain or loss can also occur. This is also indicated there. In this example, there is a profit of €2 because the value (€6) exceeds the cost basis (€4).


All your trades or transactions are valued in Euro by our tax calculation logic.

If a transaction consists of incoming and outgoing assets (such as an exchange), it must be valued unilaterally based on the tax logic used to avoid tax arbitrage. The choice of asset to be valued (incoming or outgoing) varies from country to country. In Germany, for example, the incoming asset is always valued in a "crypto to crypto" trade.
In Austria, the outgoing asset is valued, although since the tax exemption of "crypto to crypto" trades, this only plays a minor role.

The calculation is always made according to the common standard with the previous day's closing price or the day's opening price. If deviations can be determined on the basis of the valuation data, so-called "custom values" can be set in exceptional cases with the help of the custom asset values feature.

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