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How Do You Check Gains on Coinbase?

As one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinbase allows its users to buy and sell digital assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. For those new to the world of cryptocurrencies, checking gains on Coinbase can be a confusing process.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to check your gains on Coinbase.

To begin, log in to your Coinbase account and go to the “Portfolio” page. On this page, you will see a list of all the digital assets you own as well as their respective prices and 24-hour changes.

To see your gains or losses for a specific digital asset, click on the “Details” button next to that asset.

On the next page, you will be able to see your total holdings of that particular asset, as well as the value of your holdings in both USD and BTC. Below this information, you will see a chart tracking the price movements of that asset over time.

NOTE: WARNING: Coinbase is a digital currency exchange that allows you to buy, sell, and store cryptocurrencies. Trading on Coinbase carries a significant amount of risk, as the value of cryptocurrencies can be highly volatile. Before trading on Coinbase, you should understand the risks associated with cryptocurrency investing. Additionally, do not rely solely on Coinbase’s gains calculator for accurate gains information; it is important to track your own investments and trades in order to accurately calculate gains or losses.

To see your gains or losses over a specific time period, use the “Select Date Range” tool at the top of the chart.

Once you have selected your desired time frame, take a look at the “Profit & Loss” section below the chart. Here, you will be able to see your total profit or loss for that time period in both USD and BTC.

If you want to see how your individual trades contributed to your overall profit or loss, click on the “Show Trades” button.

This will open up a list of all your trades for that time period, including the date, price, amount, and fees paid. To see your profit or loss for each trade, simply subtract the amount of BTC you paid in fees from the total BTC amount listed under “BTC Received.”

Now that you know how to check your gains on Coinbase, you can track your progress over time and ensure that your portfolio is performing well.

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