Bitcoin.Tax Announces New Release of Cryptocurrency Tax Calculation Software

December 21, 2018 (Seattle, WA)

BitcoinTaxes, the industry leading Cryptocurrency tax calculation software, announced today it has launched its latest version. This release provides a robust set of new features that supports the needs of even the most active traders.

The major additions to BitcoinTaxes include:

  • High volume trader support for users with 1M+ transactions
  • Support for latest exchanges
  • Support for coin swaps and airdrops
  • Account sharing between users and tax professionals

BitcoinTaxes significantly reduces the work involved for traders to calculate their crypto taxes, especially if they use multiple exchanges.The service provides the ability to transfer trading data directly from leading exchanges into the users account. The direct connection feature works with commonly used exchanges such as Coinbase, Circle, Bitfinex and Binance.

Colin Mackie, CEO of CoinsTax, said "Our goal for this release was to make it available prior to the end of 2018. This gives our customers the ability to do their tax calculations and have time to make adjustments to their portfolio. Many traders have unrealized losses that can be used to offset gains. It’s important for traders to realize these gains now because the year is almost over. Bitcoin Taxes will give them the clarity they need in order to make informed trading decisions before the close of 2018."

The Company offers a free version of Bitcoin Taxes at The paid version of Bitcoin Taxes starts at $39.95 per year for up to 1,000 transactions. Getting started with BitcoinTaxes is easy for even non-technical users. New BitcoinTaxes customers can follow the 7 Easy Steps Guide to configure their account.

About CoinsTax, LLC – Launched in 2014, Bitcoin Taxes was the original do-it-yourself tax calculation software for the active cryptocurrency trader. The system is proved as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and is a leader in the rapidly growing cryptocurrency tools segment of Fintech.

For more information, please go to the CoinsTax website at