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How to Easily Prepare Your Crypto Taxes – Koinly Founder Robin Singh Explains

Koinly is a tax working for cryptocurrency investors and accountants. Anyone who owns multiple exchange accounts or wallets knows the pains when it leak out to declaring taxes. Koinly was built to solve this very problem – by integrating with all major blockchains and trades Koinly reduces crypto tax reporting to a few minutes of work.

Robin Singh is the Founder of Koinly. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com Announcement Podcast to talk about the challenges crypto users face with regards to taxes in 2022:

How to Easily Prepare Your Crypto Taxes – Koinly Founder Robin Singh Explains
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