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CoinTracker is a cryptocurrency portfolio & tax manager. It syncs users' balances, transactions, and ERC20 tokens from their local wallets and exchange accounts and gives a clear picture of their crypto investments, including the current portfolio, return on investment over time, and more.

HQSan Francisco, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2021)24(+20%)
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Key People/Management at CoinTracker

Shehan Chandrasekera

Shehan Chandrasekera

Head of Strategy - Tax
Jon Lerner

Jon Lerner

Co-Founder, CEO
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CoinTracker Office Locations

CoinTracker has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
95 3rd St #251, San Francisco
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CoinTracker Financials and Metrics

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CoinTracker total Funding

$1.6 m

CoinTracker latest funding size

$1.5 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

CoinTracker investors

CoinTracker's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $1.5 m. In total, CoinTracker has raised $1.6 m
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CoinTracker Online and Social Media Presence

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CoinTracker Blogs

10 Common Social Engineering Attacks & How to Prevent Them

The art of social engineering involves the deliberate manipulation of people’s natural, assumptive, reactions in order for perpetrators to obtain confidential information. Each and every type of social engineering attack can be sufficiently damaging to its victims.

What Happens if You File Your Taxes Late?

Both late filing and failure to file income taxes will incur penalties that could range from flat fees to interest payments that get worse over time. However, it is possible to apply for extensions and avoid penalties associated with late tax returns or payments.

How Does Cryptocurrency Get Taxed?

Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are subject to taxes — specifically, the IRS treats cryptocurrency as property subject to capital gains and losses. However, cryptocurrency is not officially viewed as legal currency, complicating the tax status of digital currencies.

How to Make Money When Your Crypto Portfolio is Losing Money

The price of bitcoin (BTC) on September 24, 2019 dropped to $8,000. Some pundits predict the price to go as low as $3,000. Declining prices are unfavorable from an investment perspective, however they provide another opportunity. This is a great chance to reduce your tax burden with few quick steps.

Don’t Get Banned by Binance: User Guide to Switching From Binance to Binance US

Binance has started blocking US users from using Here's what you need to know.

How to Use IRS Deductions to Reduce Your Crypto Tax Bill

ICO scams, tokens delistings, and exchange hacks are all frequent incidents in the crypto world. For the ordinary user, these will lead to a complete or partial loss of investment. Luckily, the tax law allows you to deduct some of these losses against income to reduce hardship, subject many complex
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CoinTracker Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CoinTracker founded?

    CoinTracker was founded in 2017.

  • Who are CoinTracker key executives?

    CoinTracker's key executives are Shehan Chandrasekera and Jon Lerner.

  • How many employees does CoinTracker have?

    CoinTracker has 24 employees.

  • Who are CoinTracker competitors?

    Competitors of CoinTracker include FUSION Foundation, Verge and Friends With Benefits.

  • Where is CoinTracker headquarters?

    CoinTracker headquarters is located at 95 3rd St #251, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are CoinTracker offices?

    CoinTracker has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does CoinTracker have?

    CoinTracker has 1 office.