CoinRacoon, formerly known as CoinAccountant, is a software solution we developed with our software partner to support companies that trade with cryptocurrencies or balance cryptocurrencies in Germany with their financial accounting. With the help of CoinRacoon, we can automatically transfer complicated processes and thousands of crypto transactions into the company's financial accounting in a legally secure manner.
CoinRacoon is indispensable in all cases in which companies carry out a large number of crypto transactions in Germany that are relevant for financial accounting and must be transformed into accounting entries accordingly. The software is suitable for arbitrage and high frequency traders, for example. The use of CoinRacoon saves an enormous amount of time or first enables the preparation of financial accounting for crypto transactions in six- or seven-digit transactions per year. It would be impossible to record such transaction figures by hand.
In addition, external tax consulting firms rely on our preparatory measures: As a discreet service provider working in the background, we supply tax consultants with the accounting records calculated with the help of CoinRacoon, which can be imported directly into DATEV. This enables tax firms without their own financial accounting software solution to provide comprehensive advice to cryptotrading firms.
CoinRacoon supports more than 100 trading platforms. Here are some examples:
Just contact us and let us know on which exchanges you trade. We will then be happy to inform you whether we can map your case with CoinRacoon and, if not, what workarounds may be available.
Would you like to use CoinRacoon for yourself or for your customers? Please feel free to contact us either by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by telephone (+49 69 76 75 77 80). Your contact persons are
We will be happy to make you an individual offer. Tax advisors who use our services internally to advise their own crypto clients with our help are granted special conditions in suitable cases.