Tonight, I moved BTC from my legacy segwit to my new Taproot address. Then I sent a small amount from the Taproot address to my Coinbase wallet. (testing things out, etc etc)
The problem is . . . For tax purposes, I’ve been keeping track of everything with Cointracker. The XPUB key for my new Taproot address is being rejected by Cointracker because, they say: “The address can’t be added because it has zero transactions.” Clearly that isn’t true - it both received and sent BTC - so I’m not sure what to make of that.
One potential wrinkle, the XPUB key for the Taproot address is not displaying “cleanly” in Trezor Suite - it has some kind of random letters, numbers, and punctuation before the “xpub” and after what I think are the last letters . . . I had to kind of guess where the address ends and the extra characters begin. So, I’m not even 100% certain I am giving Cointracker my actual XPUB, although, it does not reject it as invalid, it only says it has no transactions . . . so I think I copied the correct part of the key.
Anyway, since Cointracker thinks I sold all my BTC after I sent it to my new Taproot address, it created the illusion of significant capital gains, so that is bad, lol. I sent my BTC back to the legacy segwit to at least have a proper balance reflected in Cointracker, but the false capital gain figure remains, of course - so I’m really hoping I can get Cointracker to recognize my Taproot XPUB key before tax time . . .
Any thoughts? insight? Something I might be doing wrong? Anything at all I can do . . . thanks for everyone’s time and any help.