“Treatment” is a term commonly used when referring to how a transaction is accounted for with regard to tax reporting. The “treatment” column indicates how the specific transaction will be classified and incorporated when calculating gain/loss or income.

For buys and sells, the treatment types will always be "Acquisition" and "Disposal" respectively. 

For transfers, a user is able to select the below treatments.

Transfer In/Deposit

  • From Self (N/A) - The source that the transfer originated from is owned / controlled by the user.  

  • From Third-party (Acquisition) - The source that the transfer originated from is owned / controlled by a third party (i.e., a bitcoin that was given to you by a friend).

  • Airdrop (Income & Acquisition) - The transaction is a result of a cryptocurrency airdrop (i.e., distribution).

  • Mining Income (Income & Acquisition) - The transaction is a result of mining cryptocurrency.

  • Staking Income (Income & Acquisition) - The transaction is a result of staking cryptocurrency.

  • Other Income (Income & Acquisition) - The transaction is a kind of income that is not covered by any other income options.

Transfer Out/Withdrawal: 

  • To Self (N/A) - The location that the transfer is being sent to is owned / controlled by the user.  

  • To Third-Party (Disposal) - The location that the transfer is being sent to is owned / controlled by a third party.

NOTE: if no treatment is selected for a transfer than it will default to "From Self (N/A)" for a deposit and "To Self (N/A)" for a withdrawal.

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