Whenever possible, CoinTracker automatically synchronizes transaction and price history for DeFi wallets and platforms. Sometimes, however, the price history of a token may be missing. This most commonly occurs when we do not have the price history of a particular coin.
Example of a warning flag on a transaction where we don't have a price history feed.
We are rapidly working on expanding our list of supported tokens and price histories, which will entirely eliminate this problem in most cases. In the meantime, you can manually solve the issue by adding the proceeds and cost basis on the transactions page.
To do this, simply navigate to the relevant transaction with a
needs review flag and then use the down arrow on the right-hand side of the page to select the relevant coin and then "Edit cost basis" or "Edit proceeds" depending on whether the flag is on the left or right-hand side of the transaction respectively. From there, you can manually enter in the correct price of that coin on that date, by looking up the price from Nomics, CoinMarketCap or on Etherscan.
After you add proceeds and cost basis, CoinTracker will re-compute your cost basis (you'll see a yellow banner at the top of the page). After a few minutes, go ahead and refresh the page. Once the yellow banner is gone, you'll know the recomputation is done and you'll see the red flags disappear