With the current pricing structure, anyone that’s staking is forced to move up into higher pricing tier’s due to the number of transactions from staking.
It really screws people over like me that don’t own a ton in crypto, yet have a lot of transactions simply due to staking. I would have less than 40 transactions if I wasn’t staking. But due to multiple cryptos that I’m staking, it pushes the number to over 200 transactions.
So I end up paying more to use cointracker than I earned from crypto. This pricing structure completely wipes out any gains I make.
My suggestion is to exclude staking reward transactions from the transaction count when determining which pricing tier you’re in.
Alternatively, the pricing could be based on total assets being tracked on cointracker. I think this would make the pricing be much more directly related to the amount people can justify paying to use cointracker.
It’s just really not economical from the consumer standpoint with the way it is now.