Using Blockpit to track your crypto asset investments can help you save time and money. By automatically importing your data from your Juno (JUNO) wallet, Blockpit can quickly and accurately calculate a fully compliant tax report, giving you the information you need to make the best decisions for your portfolio.
How to import your Juno wallet transaction data into Blockpit?
Blockpit uses highly sophisticated integrations to interpret your Juno wallet transaction data and enable an import of all your Juno wallet transactions in a fully automated way. This guide will walk you through the first steps to integrate your Juno wallet data into the Blockpit web app.
Step 1: Log in to your Blockpit account
Visit the Blockpit website and log into your Blockpit account. If you don’t have an account yet, please sign up first.
Step 2: Select “Create New”
Once you have logged in, click on “Create New” followed by “Add Depot” in the navigation.
Step 3: Select “Juno” from the list of wallets (blockchains)
In the now visible depot creation dialogue, select Juno from the list of wallets.
Step 4: Enter your Ethereum public key
Once you selected Juno, you will be prompted to enter your public key. You can find a detailed guide on how to set up your wallet depot here: How to create an automatic Wallet Depot?
Step 5: Wait for the data import to finish
Depending on the data load, the automated import can take between several minutes and up to several hours. Meanwhile, you can check the following import scope description of our Juno wallet integration.
Which Juno wallet transaction data will be imported automatically into Blockpit?
Blockpit categorizes your Juno wallet transaction data by country-specific gains, losses and income types. These will then be calculated according to your national tax law. Therefore, Blockpit can automatically differentiate between the following asset classes and Juno transactions:
All Juno based Tokens
Crypto (Coins & Tokens)
NFTs (NFT Collections)
Commodities (Gold, Silver, etc.)
Derivatives (Tokenized Stocks, Tokenized Commodities, etc.)
All native transaction types are supported (incl. Governance, Staking, Bank, etc.)
IBC transfers (Inter-Blockchain Communication protocol)
Staking, Airdrop & Bounty Rewards
A more detailed description of our Juno wallet import scope can be found here: How to import data via Juno (ATOM) public key?
How to review your Juno wallet transaction data in Blockpit?
Blockpit will automatically link and categorize your Juno wallet transaction data. After all the data has been imported, the following features will provide transparency and help you with your data integrity check:
Detection of unlinked transfers
Detection of unclassified transactions
Detection of potential issues
Asset and transaction filters
A more detailed description of the Blockpit review features can be found here: Troubleshooting
What does a sample Juno wallet tax report look like?
Blockpit creates the most comprehensive tax reports with pre-filled tax forms for your local tax authority in PDF format. Our tax reports also contain clear explanations in terms of legal interpretation for submission to tax authorities. So far, every tax report has been accepted by the tax office without a complaint.
The report provides information about all your balances, realized profits and losses and can be used as proof of origin with banks or tax advisors. It contains all relevant transactions of your account, always refers to the selected tax year and shows details such as time stamp, amount, asset, costs and fees of the individual transactions.
You can view some of our country specific tax repots here: Blockpit sample tax reports
How to optimize your Juno wallet taxes with Blockpits Tax Optimization Feature?
Depending on your tax residency, it is possible to realize profits and losses in order to optimize your taxes (offsetting of losses against gains & tax loss harvesting).
Blockpit’s Tax Optimization Feature allows you to identify unrealized gains and losses as well as the holding period of your Juno wallet assets.
A more detailed description of the Blockpit Tax Optimization Feature can be found here: How to identify and offset unrealized gains and losses?