Currently, Rainbow does not provide any information for tax purposes. However, we can definitely help with where you can go to retrieve details needed for taxes or for general reporting details!
Downloading a CSV and using Etherscan:
By using Etherscan, you’re able to take your Rainbow wallet address and check your entire mainnet transactional history. From there, you can then download a CSV file of your wallet details!
You will however want to be aware of the below details to make sure you’re getting the most accurate information:
- Make sure you’re searching for the correct wallet. ⚠️ If you accidentally search for an empty wallet, no transactions will be displayed.
- Make sure you have the correct dates selected.
- Etherscan will only display mainnet transactions. If you're looking for separate chain transactions, you'll need to use their respective equivalents on other chains to view those transactions 👇
Downloading Purchased ETH History:
If you purchased any ETH on Rainbow, you can connect with the respected payment processor for information on those transactions.
- You can submit a support request with Ramp here: https://support.ramp.network/en/
- You can submit a support request with Wyre here: https://support.sendwyre.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
If you're involved with crypto, DeFi, or NFTs you have likely heard of and used it a little. In this guide we're going to cover the basics of this tool and why it's important! If you're searching an ENS name, you'll be brought to a small subpage called the Ethereum Name Lookup.
Layer 2 Networks
What does this mean for you? It means inexpensive and instant transactions. On a network like Polygon, you might only pay $0.0005 in comparison to a $5 transaction on Ethereum. is an example of a Layer 2 network, and it's the first one being added natively to Rainbow.