Have you been receiving, sending, or holding crypto on Nami Wallet? If yes, you may also need to calculate and report taxes for the transactions. Coinpanda can help you with calculating crypto tax for Nami Wallet by following these steps:
Create a free account and add your Nami Wallet addresses to Coinpanda safely and securely
Next, Coinpanda will import all your transactions from Nami Wallet
Wait for Coinpanda to calculate capital gains for your Nami Wallet transactions automatically
Download your Nami Wallet tax report
File your Nami Wallet taxes before the deadline
To calculate your taxes accurately, you must import all transactions from Nami Wallet to Coinpanda. Coinpanda supports the following transactions from Nami Wallet today:
CSV file upload
Deposits and withdrawals
Trades and swaps
Cardano tokens incl. NFTs
All public key formats
How to connect Nami Wallet with API
We are only requesting view permissions. This does not give us access to your private keys or the ability to move your funds.
Follow these steps to add your Nami Wallet account to Coinpanda with API:
Log in to your AdaLite wallet
Select ‘Advanced’ in the top menu
Copy the ‘Shelley extended public key’
Add the address to Coinpanda
December 23, 2022 We have just released a brand new Cardano API integration with support for staking rewards, NFTs, and tokens to mention a few. This means you will need to reimport all transactions if you have synced your wallet with API before this date.
We strongly recommend reading the blog article about Cardano taxes explaining everything you need to know about getting your Cardano taxes as accurately as possible: https://coinpanda.io/blog/cardano-taxes/
How to connect Nami Wallet with CSV
Follow these steps to export your transactions from Nami Wallet:
Log in to your AdaLite wallet
Select ‘Send’ from the top menu
Click on ‘Export to CSV’ next to Transaction History
Upload the CSV file to Coinpanda
How are Nami Wallet transactions taxed?
The exact tax implications on Nami Wallet transactions depend on which country you live in and the type of transactions you have made. In general, you must pay either capital gains tax or income tax on your cryptocurrency transactions using Nami Wallet.
Capital gains tax: Whenever you sell a cryptocurrency for more than you purchased it for, you generate a capital gain. On the other hand, if you sell the cryptocurrency for less than you paid initially, you have a capital loss, which can offset other gains in most cases.
Income tax: Earned cryptocurrency using Nami Wallet, such as staking, interest, and airdrops, is typically seen as taxable income from a tax perspective and must be reported in your tax return.
To learn more about how Nami Wallet transactions are taxed in your country, we recommend reading our in-depth guides to cryptocurrency taxes.
How do I file my Nami Wallet taxes?
First, you must calculate capital gains and income from all taxable transactions from Nami Wallet. When you have this information ready, you can report capital gains and income together with other forms of income such as employment and dividends in your annual tax return.
To calculate your capital gains, you must first export a complete history of all transactions made using Nami Wallet. Once you have this data, you can calculate your capital gains or losses by determining the price at which you bought the cryptocurrency (your cost basis) and the price at which you sold it (your proceeds). Luckily, Coinpanda can help you with this and generate ready-to-file tax forms quickly and easily.
After downloading your Nami Wallet tax statements from Coinpanda, the last step is to report the capital gains and income on your tax return before the deadline. Most countries allow you to self-declare taxes online in 2023, but you can also get help from a professional tax accountant to file taxes for you.
Calculate your Nami Wallet taxes
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How do I troubleshoot the imported Nami Wallet transactions to Coinpanda?
While we strive every day to ensure the highest possible accuracy for importing transactions from Nami Wallet to Coinpanda, it can happen that either not all transactions are imported or that some data is imported incorrectly. Some reasons for this can be:
Changes in the Nami Wallet API
Updated CSV file format
Nami Wallet does not provide a complete record of all transactions
To get the best help from Coinpanda support, you must first identify which transactions are missing or incorrectly imported. To do this, we recommend comparing your transaction history on any block explorer with the transactions imported into your Coinpanda account. See also our help article with an overview of known wallet API limitations.
The quickest way to get help from our dedicated support team is to send a message in the Live Chat.
No, Nami Wallet does not provide complete and ready-to-file tax documents. This is because Nami Wallet does not have knowledge of your transactions on other exchanges, platforms, or self-custody wallets.
How do I get Nami Wallet tax documents?
The easiest way to get tax documents and reports is to connect Nami Wallet with Coinpanda which will automatically import your transactions. After that, you can download complete tax reports for Nami Wallet.
Does Nami Wallet provide financial or end-of-year statements?
No, Nami Wallet does not provide a complete financial or end-of-year statement for your crypto transactions. However, you can get this using a crypto tax calculator.
Do I have to pay taxes for using Nami Wallet?
Yes, all transactions using Nami Wallet involving the disposal of a crypto asset are in most cases taxable. You must also pay income tax on earned crypto such as staking, airdrops, or interest.
Is transferring to Nami Wallet taxable?
No, transferring cryptocurrency to Nami Wallet is not taxed as long as you transfer between your personal wallets or exchange accounts.
How do I avoid paying taxes on Nami Wallet?
It is impossible to avoid paying taxes completely for Nami Wallet legally if you live in a country that taxes cryptocurrency. However, there are several ways you can reduce your taxes, such as tax loss harvesting.