Crypto Tax Calculator

The Swiss Crypto tax calculator

Accointing is the only cryptocurrency tax calculator that fully complies with ESTV’s crypto tax guidance.


How Accointing simplifies your crypto tax filing

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Automatically classify and calculate your crypto taxes

Whether you’re into DeFi staking, margin trading or mining and trading, with the review tool you can easily classify all of your transactions for taxes specific to Switzerland.

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Easily file all your crypto taxes in Switzerland

Generate capital gains and income tax report on all your crypto transactions in accordance with ESTV guidelines.

All relevant tax documents for the ESTV requirements: Full audit report and a complete record of your transactions, trades and fees

Full tax report

Full tax report

We provide an entire breakdown of all your transactions in a consolidated report based on the Swiss tax regulations

Full data set export (.csv)

Full data set export (.csv)

We generate a file with all your transactions so you can easily review them in Excel or Google Sheets

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Accointing FAQ

From a tax point of view, cryptocurrencies are assessable movable assets. In the interest of a simple and easily comprehensible declaration, cryptocurrencies must be listed in the annual tax return in the form "List of securities and assets". For more information click here

Wealth tax

For wealth tax purposes, the worldwide assets must be recorded in the tax return, thus all assets, including those in the crypto sector, must be converted into a FIAT currency (preferably CHF) as of the reporting date and declared in the securities register.

Income Tax

Capital gains on movable private assets, which include cryptocurrencies, are generally tax-free. Accordingly, losses on cryptocurrencies cannot be deducted for tax purposes. Income from crypto-related activities (e.g. mining) is generally taxable as main or secondary income. Fees for administration can be deducted with a flat rate depending on the canton. If the actual fees exceed the flat rate, these can be deducted for tax purposes, taking into account the effective obligation to provide evidence.

In the case of professional trading in cryptocurrencies, the profits are taxable and the losses are tax deductible. The criteria set out in FTA Circular No. 36 of 27 July 2012 regarding professional securities trading are to be applied mutatis mutandis.

Start filing your crypto taxes today

It only takes you 20 minutes to file your crypto taxes with our easy guided process