Your Accointing_template.xlsx file, for preparing larger numbers of manual trade records, has three different types: deposit, withdraw, order.
What is the type “order”?
How do I code a transfer in that format - say moving 0.01 BTC from Coindesk to Kraken? Do I just have to create two transactions, one withdraw from Coindesk, one deposit to Kraken, for the same Amount (0.01 in this example), in the same Unit (BTC in this example), with the Deposit 0 to 6 hours after the Withdraw, and for extra credit, a common “operationId” value on both transactions ?
If there is a fee, do I record the amount with, or without, the fee? Let’s say that I paid a 0.0001 BTC fee on that transaction, ending up with only 0.0099 BTC in my receiving Kraken account. What BuyAmount, SellAmount, and FeeAmount would I put on each of these two transactions, the Withdraw from Coindesk, and the Deposit to Kraken?
My ancient history, which I am trying to import, is the usual mess, including some wallets and exchanges that no longer exist. So I intend to prepare a “best estimate” consistent story that matches the various records I can find, and import that into Accointing.
Being an old text editor based programmer, I will likely work in raw csv files, but those convert in and out of my spreadsheet program (LibreOffice Calc) .xlsx just fine, so whichever I can import into Accointing should be fine. [[ There was no question in these last two paragraphs, unless some detail in them prompts a reader to correct some confusion or ignorance on my part, or perhaps they provide context useful in answering my questions. ]]
Also, the Deposit and Withdraw types each have a dozen or more classifications possible. Does Accointing do anything different, depending on which, if any, classification I pick, or is that essentially just a label to help me remember what I thought that transaction was trying to accomplish?