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What foreign currencies does ZenLedger support?
What foreign currencies does ZenLedger support?

Can I change my default fiat from USD to EUR, CAD, or another international currency?

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Written by Morgan
Updated over a week ago

As of June 2022, ZenLedger offers foreign fiat support for the majority of world currencies!

Step-by-Step Instructions to change the default currency in your account:

Step 1: In your ZenLedger account, select the gear icon ⚙️ in the top right corner and then select Settings.

Step 2: In the left-hand sidebar, select Tax Settings. Choose your preferred currency in the third drop-down menu. If the change appears to be delayed, refresh your reports.

How is the exchange rate determined?

The exchange rate used is the midpoint, or in technical terms, the "average median rate of Bid and Ask." Our exchange rate data is provided by, a secure and trusted third-party, which calculates their forex (foreign exchange) rates based on information from 15+ official sources such as banks and financial providers.

Which global currencies are supported?

ZenLedger's intelligent cryptocurrency tax software includes native support for many of the world's most popular fiat currencies including:

  • US Dollar (USD)

  • European Euro (EUR)

  • Japanese Yen (JPY)

  • British Pound (GBP)

  • Australian Dollar (AUD)

  • Canadian Dollar (CAD)

  • Swiss Franc (CHF)

  • Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)

  • Swedish Krona (SEK)

  • Mexican Peso (MXN)

  • New Zealand Dollar (NZD)

  • Singapore Dollar (SGD)

  • Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)

  • Norwegian krone (NOK)

  • South Korean Won (KRW)

  • Turkish lira (TRY)

  • Indian Rupee (INR)

  • Russian Ruble (RUB)

  • Brazilian Real (BRL)

  • South African Rand (ZAR)

  • ...and roughly 100 others!


  • If you change your currency, you will not need to re-import your data. Changes will reflect once tax calculation is done based on what you already have imported. *Exchange rates are on the basis of data provided by

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