Coinpanda considers 8 decimals for all your transactions which is in most cases the maximum number of decimals used in cryptocurrency trading due to bitcoin’s divisibility (1 satoshi = 0.00000001 BTC).

However, some exchanges round off these numbers and may only include 5 or 6 decimals in your exported trade history. This can in some cases lead to errors in your balance so that it looks like you are selling more of a cryptocurrency than you own.

The Review page lets you see a full list of all warning trades. If the missing coin amount is very small, it is very likely that the warning trade is caused by a rounding error. You have the option to click Fix issue and Coinpanda will adjust your balance for the missing amount.

NB! This will not change the final tax calculations as Coinpanda will assume a cost basis equal to zero in either case. This will simply add the missing coins to your balance and therefore remove the warning message.

For example, if the warning says you are selling more XRP than you have in the balance at the time of the transaction, the amount you are selling is 2445 XRP, yet the amount that you own is only 2443 XRP, then you can add the missing 2 XRP to your balance by clicking Fix issue.

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