No. Since Bitcoin is treated as a capital asset by the IRS. You have to have a Form 8949 that substantiates all of your transactions for the given tax year to be able to declare the aggregate total (this total is on a form called a Schedule D). The Form 8949 calculation work can be really time-consuming, so we focus on this part, automating everything for you. Then, you just need to give this to your tax preparer. All they need to do is put the total(s) on the Schedule D so you can correctly account for your realized gain or loss on your tax return.