Octav Becomes a Preferred Partner of Request Finance
With a click of a button, you can now easily view your team’s crypto payments data from Request Finance, in Octav.
We’re thrilled to announce our latest partnership with Octav, the leading DeFi labeling and tax reconciliation platform! 🚀
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Octav is a free and editable data analytics platform that helps decipher Decentralized Finance (DeFi) investment activity. Octav’s user-curated database simplifies DeFi for traders, tax professionals, and liquid asset management firms, serving as a pre-tax facilitator for cost-basis, profit & loss, and more.
Exclusive offer for Octav users
Octav users will receive an exclusive 2-month free trial of Request Finance.
You can now explore FinOps as it should be—streamlined, efficient, and hassle-free, all without a single penny of upfront cost.
About the integration
As one of the world’s largest crypto payroll, invoicing, and expense management apps, Request Finance helps over 2,000 Web3 teams process over $400 million in crypto payments.
We work with Octav to enable Web3 teams to use this data for financial reporting in crypto for tax and audit purposes.
Now, with a click of a button, you can easily view your team’s crypto payments data from Request Finance, in Octav.
You can effortlessly access and analyze your crypto transactions in Request Finance, by clicking on a transaction to access the transaction’s paper trail directly within the Octav platform.
This not only streamlines financial reporting but also enhances data visibility, making it seamless for teams managing their crypto finances.
How to get started
You will need to have an account with both Request Finance, and Octav.
To connect the two applications, simply navigate to the 'Account' tab in your Octav dashboard and scroll down to 'Integrations.'
Here, you'll find Request Finance listed among the available applications. A quick click will initiate the integration process, linking your accounts in a snap.
After successfully completing the integration, you'll be able to effortlessly pull in crypto transactions from Request Finance and automatically associate them with their corresponding transactions in Octav.
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👉Schedule a consultation with the Request team here.
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