Customize how crypto transactions are synced to your QuickBooks general ledger.
Customize QuickBooks mappings
Define rules for how crypto transactions are mapped to different accounts based on the counterparty and/or wallet.
Designed for businesses at scale
Simplifying transaction classifications makes it easier to balance your wallets and revalue your assets at the end of each reporting period
As new rules are created, Compass makes your reconciliation process increasingly automated
Before Gilded, we were slogging through a sea of spreadsheets and block explorer links. Now, we can easily consolidate crypto transactions in a one-stop-shop database to streamline accounting.
“A well-oiled machine”
Gilded provides a centralized dashboard for all relevant blockchain data, which is critical to helping our clients make actionable business decisions. We used to spend hours manually tracking blockchain transactions one-by-one. With Gilded, we were able to make crypto accounting an efficient and repeatable process. Now our blockchain back office solution functions like a well-oiled machine.
Gitcoin is using Gilded to account for their crypto.
Compass is a game-changer. Here at Gitcoin, we have a variety of cryptocurrency transactions. Having the ability to map each transaction to the correct GL Accounts in QuickBooks is a huge time saver. No more reclasses and journal entries!
Crypto transactions should function like crypto transactions. We never touch your funds.
Crypto first, fiat friendly
Give your customers a choice. Gilded invoices support legacy payment options like credit cards and wire transfers.
Accounting begins with the payment. Sync your crypto payments to QuickBooks Online.
See how Compass works
Creating custom QuickBooks mappings is easy with Compass
Frequently Asked Questions
Compass is an add-on feature to our financial reporting package and is available with our Enterprise level subscription. Reach out to your account executive today!
Gilded will automatically revert back to the “uncategorized” income or expense account if a specific account is not selected.
Compass contact mapping allows you to select income, expense and equity type general ledger accounts for each contact (counterparty) you create. Therefore, if a refund is coming in from one of your vendors, Gilded will create a journal entry using the “income” account selected.
Gilded uses CryptoCompare to value the assets at the time of purchase in your base currency. This value is ultimately used when creating a journal entry as well as calculating gains and losses on your disposals.