Recap supports integration with Coinbase via CSV files. Once set up, the Recap application will categorise all of your transaction history and calculate your tax position.

Beta Support

Please note that Recap's support for Coinbase CSV is currently in beta. This means that not all of the usual Recap features are available for Coinbase CSV yet. For example, you cannot reclassify your transactions. Recap will be adding these features in the future.

Step 1 - Download CSV File from Coinbase

Coinbase enable a user to download a CSV file that contains your transaction history. Unfortunately, this file does not contain your fiat deposit or withdrawal transactions. This means that your fiat balances will appear incorrectly in Recap. Recap intend to address this in a future release.

You can download your transaction history in the Reports section of

Note: Recap are aware of a problem where opening a CSV file in certain spreadsheet editors (e.g. Microsoft Excel) can alter the date format without the user being aware. Please ensure that you do not save any changes to your file if you are previewing it in a spreadsheet editor before uploading.

Step 2 - Create a new Exchange Account on Recap

In Accounts click the "Add Exchange Account" button, then select "Coinbase CSV" from the dropdown. Click Next and give your account a name.

Step 3 - Upload your Coinbase CSV File to Recap

Click the cog that appears on your new Coinbase CSV exchange account, then click "Import Coinbase CSV" and you will be presented with the following screen:

Select the CSV file that you downloaded from Coinbase and then click import.

Congratulations, Coinbase transactions are now in Recap.


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