The Crypto Transaction List contains a large amount of information for all your crypto transactions. In addition to the default visible columns, there are other hidden columns that could also be useful. Below is an description of every column you can view

Fields

ID - This is the SoftLedger internal id field
Type - There are four types -

  •  Trade 
  • Withdrawal 
  • Deposit 
  • Transfer

Hash ID - If this was a 'on-chain' transaction, this is the Hash ID of block chain transaction
Received - Details about the Received end of the transaction

  • Coin - Symbol of the coin received
  • Quantity - Total number of coins received
  • Wallet - Wallet coin was received to
  • Price - Per coin Fiat price of the coin received, currency is that of the currency column

Sent - Details about the Sent end of the transaction

  • Coin - Symbol of the coin sent
  • Quantity - Total number of coins sent
  • Wallet - Wallet coin was sent to
  • Price - Per coin Fiat price of the coin sent, currency is that of the currency column

Fee - Details about the Fee end of the transaction

  • Coin - symbol of the coin used to pay fee
  • Quantity - Total number of coins used to pay fee
  • Wallet - Wallet coin used to pay fee is from
  • Price - Per coin Fiat price of the coin used to pay the fee, currency is that of the currency column

Sent Cost Basis - This is the per coin cost basis of the sent coin

  • To view the cost layers of this coin, click the  icon
  • This will present the following list of cost layers used to calculate the cost basis
  • ID - The transaction this cost layer is from
  • Date - The date of the transaction this cost layer is from
  • Amt. Picked - The number of coins picked from this cost layer transaction
  • Cost Basis - The Per coin fiat price of this cost layer

Fee Cost Basis - This is the per coin cost basis of the fee coin

  • To view the cost layers of this coin, click the  icon
  • This will present the following list of cost layers used to calculate the cost basis
  • ID - The transaction this cost layer is from
  • Date - The date of the transaction this cost layer is from
  • Amt. Picked - The number of coins picked from this cost layer transaction
  • Cost Basis - The Per coin fiat price of this cost layer

Ledger Account - For Deposits/Withdrawals, this is the Ledger Account used in the alternate side of the Journal Entry from the Coin Asset Account
Customer
- Customer this transaction relates to
Vendor
- Vendor this transaction relates to
Currency
- Currency of the Received, Sent, and Fee Price values
Currency Rate - The Forex rate of this rows Currency to this systems Crypto Home Currency
Reference
- Reference Text
Notes
- Longer form text field
Source
- Integration or 3rd party source that this transaction is referenced from
Source ID - Reference ID for this transactions Source
Journal
- Journal Entry ID created from this transaction
System Job - Bulk Upload Job ID which created this transaction
Locked
- Locked Status of transaction, if locked it cannot be edited or deleted
Edit
-  click to edit any values of this transaction
Delete
-  click to delete this transaction

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