How to Get Started Using Gilded

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Welcome spreadsheet warriors!

The days of spending all your time manually accounting for crypto are over. With Gilded, your crypto accounting process will be fully automated--whether you have two or two thousand transactions per day.

To reap the full benefits of Gilded, follow these steps to properly configure your account. This is a one time process. 

Estimated time: 30 minutes or less


1. Register for a Gilded account

Navigate to and click Try it now

You can create a password or click Sign up with Google. Select the base currency you wish to use, e.g. USD for US dollars.

2. Add your wallets

When you log in for the first time, you will be prompted to add a Crypto wallet. You can add an Ethereum or Bitcoin wallet. If you own ERC20 tokens, enter the owning address under Ethereum. Gilded supports Ethereum, ERC20, and Bitcoin natively. 

Click skip if you wish to bypass entering a wallet at this time.

To add other currencies, you can import transactions from your exchange or import a file. File import is available when you upgrade to the Small Business edition.

3. Upgrade to the Small Business edition

In order to access QuickBooks integration and file import and export features, you must upgrade to our Small Business edition.

We offer a fully functional 14 day free trial. To begin your trial, click the upgrade button on the top menu. You will then be prompted to enter your credit card information.

You can unsubscribe at any time during your trial. If you choose not to cancel after 14 days, your credit card will be charged $48 per month for the Small Business edition.

4. After you've upgraded your account, select Integrations from the top menu.  

5. Select Connect to QuickBooks on the Integrations screen. 

A pop up window will prompt you to enter your QuickBooks credentials. Gilded does not store this information.

6. Map classifications to the chart of accounts in QuickBooks.   

In the video we make suggestions on how you might map classifications in Gilded to specific accounts in your chart of accounts, e.g. you can create a "Digital Assets" account. How you map your accounts is up to you.

7. Add your wallets.

You can add additional wallets at any time under the Accounts tab.

8. Import transactions. 

If you wish to import transactions from your exchange, first export your transactions from your exchange account to a .CSV file. Next, click Tools on the top right of the Activity screen. Under Tools, click on Show History. Next click the Upload button on the top right of the screen. A dialog box will prompt you to import your .CSV file from your computer to Gilded.



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