Or is that because I was trading it for a crypto currency rather than fiat?
So should it be RECEIVE or BUY?
And…is this a bug:
When it asked me to update cost basis, it says USD
But when I click update, it shows it with the same amount in GBP.
(I assume this is a bug more than a question about best practise)
Well, ive read it three times now, it makes sense…and doesn’t. I can see youve put serious thought into this guys.
So im clear, to myself and so were on the same page.
Are you saying that, regardless if I choose options 1 or 2 (to mark a fiat deposit as trade or received) it doesnt impact the CT performance…and this is because, as long as the Tx is related to fiat only (ie, fiat deposit or converting fiat to another fiat) its not actually had any impact on my portfolio, because its still in fiat?
If so, then does this mean that they are kind of arbitrary figures? They are there as a record, but really could almost be deleted and would not change anything? So long as when I do BUY/RECEIVE crypto in some way, it has a cost base, this is all that really counts and where the impact to the portfolio begins?