Bittrex Shut Down in New York: How to get Your Trade Data

Zac McClure
ByZac McClure, MBAUpdated on April 28, 2022 · minute read

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Bittrex is shutting down in New York: Why this may matter for your crypto taxes

Bittrex has shut down operations for residents of New York State because the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) denied Bittrex of its Bitlicense.

It's important that you retrieve your Bittrex transaction history in order to report your cryptocurrency on taxes. For New York filers, there's a chance you may have lost access to your account, or will in the future.

Here's how to get your transaction reports:

If you still have access to your Bittrex account

  1. Go to your Bittrex transaction history by clicking on Orders at the top right.

  2. Click Download History. Download a history for every year that you have traded on Bittrex.

  3. Upload your CSVs to TokenTax's cryptocurrency tax software.

If you do not have access to your Bittrex account

Try contacting Bittrex support. Give them your account ID or email and then request a spreadsheet of your order history, for all years of transactions.

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Zac McClure
Zac McClureCo-Founder & CEO at TokenTax
Zac co-founded TokenTax after his career in international finance and accounting at JPMorgan, Imprint Capital and Bain. He has worked in more than half-dozen countries and received his MBA from the UPenn Wharton School.

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