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1  Local / Hors-sujet / Re: Où vivre bien avec 2000€/mois ? on: February 09, 2018, 11:20:48 AM
Malte ou pas Malte vos revenus illicite (non lié au trading) ne seront accepté par aucune banque.



Pourquoi Maltes sinon ?
Malte ne taxe pas les revenus mondiaux non "remittés" (reversés) à Malte avec le statut "ordinary residency", donc inutile de rapatrier les plus values à Malte juste histoire de se faire taxer.
Les seuls critères c'est de payer un loyer, suffisance économique etc... afin d'avoir l' "ordinary residency".

Ce qui est à déclarer et soumis à l'impôt c'est ce qui est rappatrié à Malte.
 
Exemple, en déposant les plus values sur un compte bancaire allemand, français, suisse, ou autre (tant que c'est pas Malte), la remittance basis est en vigueur (ouvrir un compte Leupay par exemple).
 
L'UK a le même système pour les "non dom".

Voir ce lien pour la remittance basis.  > http://www.bradleyhackford.com/expatriation-malte-residence-fiscale-malte/
"Les revenus de source internationale et non rapatriés à Malte ne sont pas imposables à Malte comme pour les autres régimes que nous décrivons.
Ce régime est généralement celui qui est choisi par les ressortissants européens. "
 
 Donc ce que ne prennent pas en compte ceux qui disent que Malte n'est pas intéressant, c'est qu'il n'est pas nécessaire d'ouvrir une société à Malte (ou être employé) pour avoir la résidence et d'y déclarer tous ses revenus maltais.
 
L'ordinary residency est accordée pour "Economic self-sufficiency" également.
 
http://www.factgroup.net/library/SiteImages/NEWfactsheets/newfact-sheets/residence%20permit.pdf
https://identitymalta.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/CEA-Form-J-B.pdf

Dans la plupart des autres pays, les conditions sont bien + importantes (avoir un job...etc)

En Europe, il n'y en a pas d'autres avec ce système de remittance basis je crois.
 
En général, la politique fiscale ne change pas du jour au lendemain, il n'y a qu'en France là encore que c'est un sport national de tricoter/détricoter les règles fiscales.


Il y aussi la possibilite d'ouvrir une societe a Hong Kong par exemple (tu payes 0% de taxe), j'ai une connaissance qui est a Malte et a sa societe de conseils en paris sportifs a Hong Kong, ca doit etre assez simple de pouvoir faire la meme chose avec les crypto-monnaies (societe bidon, il faut juste le nom d'une secretaire, enfin se renseigner d'abord, il y a Belize aussi).

Merci, je vais étudier ça. il reste cependant le problème de trouver une banque qui accepte tes bitcoins d'une provenance non trading.

De rien, pour l'instant www.mistertango.com (j'ai ouvert mon compte il y a peu, il y a meme une mastercard de disponible). Ou bien il y a epayments.com (il faut leur poser la question, je sais qu'ils transferent de bitcoin > EUR si c'est du mining par exemple).
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin and me (Hal Finney) on: February 09, 2018, 11:13:38 AM
His discussions by email with Satoshi Nakamoto are still visible on the old forum for those who would like to have a read.

Hal, thank you for your post. I read it with great attention and admiration. You are a great person and I wish you all the best. I am replying kind of to say "thank you" and kind of to keep that inspiring post alive, for others to read it, maybe it should be pinned (?).

Not sure what you mean by "all the best" but Hal Finney is no longer on Earth, sadly (passed away in August 2014).

Finney thing I really like the philosophy of life journey and your career. I thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience. Cool

"Finney thing"? A little bit of respect please if it is not too much to ask.
3  Other / Serious discussion / Why do bitcoin and ethereum prices still very related? on: February 09, 2018, 09:29:33 AM
Hi folks.
I wanted to raise this quick question: while BTC and ETH are powered by the principle of distributed ledgers and cryptography, the two differ in many technical ways and they also differ in purpose. Bitcoin is a so-called currency, while Ethereum is developed as a platform which facilitates P2P contracts and applications via its own currency vehicle. The primary purpose of ETH is not to be a payment solution (to my knowledge).
I sold almost all my BTC, my portfolio is now 80% ETH and it annoys me a little to see how ETH struggles to gain value whenever bitcoin's price drops (actually I am exaggerating a little, since January 1st ETH is doing alright compared to BTC but still you get my point).

Any opinion welcome.
Thanks.  
4  Economy / Economics / Re: France declares war on the cryptocurrencies on: February 09, 2018, 06:44:32 AM
I read on news that

"The French finance minister has called for tough new regulations on cryptocurrencies to stop them being used to dodge tax or finance terrorism and other crimes"
Source ( http://metro.co.uk/2018/01/15/france-declares-war-cryptocurrencies-bitcoin-ethereum-litecoin-ripple-tough-new-stance-lead-ban-7231339/?ito=cbshare)

Is this having any impact on the downtrend nature of the whole Crypto Currency market today?
Are some investors having second thought about crypto and selling them?

Would like to get some idea about this.


then who cares?hows the important of france in this community for us to be bother?big countries are issuing banned about crypto do they succeed to stop this?so stop being weak guys,crypto can stand those countries that declaring war about us..
It's not such a war, it's probably a way to legalize bitcoin.
French Minister of Economy Bruno Le Meir announced the creation of a working group to develop rules for crypto-currency regulation.

Guess so mate,maybe misinterpreted by the OP,or maybe hes just a weak that easily be affected oevery negative news about this forum
And stop being blind please, there is no blinder man then the one who refuses to see.
Yes, countries such as France committing to a "fight" against crypto-currencies is a big deal.
Being aware of it is the first step for better decisions in the future.
Ignoring it as it does not happen is silly.
Some facts (not related to France):
-Visa locks down bitcoin payment cards
-Mastercard issued by WaveCrest locked down as well (see Advcash, Payeer there are threads about it here)
-JPMorgan Chase & Co halting purchases of bitcoin
France will take a number of restrictive measures very soon (I am from there, everyone is expecting it would be naive to think otherwise). Germany will do the same thing, they are like brothers.

I am not saying crypto-currencies will be dead soon, but 2018 will be a year of transition, massive regulations. Knowing about it before you decide to buy/sell is better than keeping your eyes closed and say "don't be weak dawg, everything is gonna be alright."

My 2 cents.  
5  Other / Serious discussion / Re: How about a Stable Bitcoin on Sidechain? on: February 09, 2018, 05:55:23 AM
Let's just pretend this works (not possible though to pretend about it) and a stability is achieved, it won't be called bitcoin or have bitcoin attached to it. What gives bitcoin the edge and excitement among hodlers and traders is the volatility it has.
So here we go, bitcoin is not a currency.
Sad to read this, but well what you say is true and it is the reality of today. When I read the original paper though... would love to be inside the bitcoin community just for 24 hours to know what's the real mindset now and what they plan to do in the future  Wink
6  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Advcash | a new "anonymous" bitcoin debit card [EUR & USD] on: February 09, 2018, 05:25:43 AM
WARNING @ ALL

Actually when you go to the advcash site, it states that withdrawals to third party visa/mastercards are possible for a fee of 6$ plus about 2 per cent.

So I wanted to try and cashed in some dollars, when trying to send them to a third party visa card it stated that visa card withdrawals are currentlly unavailable.

Lastly I had to cash out my Bitcoin again getting back about 400$ less than I deposited rouhgly half an hour before (The reason was not because of a price drop in bitcoin, its because of advcash ridiculous rates which are not stated in public).

Thank advanced cash for stealing my money. Sadly this is the second time you scam me. The last time I went on to another service and used my advcash card for only small amounts. This time all my trust is gone, your a team of scammers for years now and you did not improve anything since then.

Hope you will close your doors down soon (:
Which option did you choose to cash out your bitcoin? I know their rates are very poor (they take a hug margin) but I think it's better to pick the Exmo option (they offer the best rates).
About withdrawals to bank cards, they are unavailable for obscure reasons, I have 1300 EUR stuck there. No panic yet but I hope something will be done very soon.
7  Local / Hors-sujet / Re: Où vivre bien avec 2000€/mois ? on: February 09, 2018, 02:09:29 AM
Pourquoi Maltes sinon ?
Malte ne taxe pas les revenus mondiaux non "remittés" (reversés) à Malte avec le statut "ordinary residency", donc inutile de rapatrier les plus values à Malte juste histoire de se faire taxer.
Les seuls critères c'est de payer un loyer, suffisance économique etc... afin d'avoir l' "ordinary residency".

Ce qui est à déclarer et soumis à l'impôt c'est ce qui est rappatrié à Malte.
 
Exemple, en déposant les plus values sur un compte bancaire allemand, français, suisse, ou autre (tant que c'est pas Malte), la remittance basis est en vigueur (ouvrir un compte Leupay par exemple).
 
L'UK a le même système pour les "non dom".

Voir ce lien pour la remittance basis.  > http://www.bradleyhackford.com/expatriation-malte-residence-fiscale-malte/
"Les revenus de source internationale et non rapatriés à Malte ne sont pas imposables à Malte comme pour les autres régimes que nous décrivons.
Ce régime est généralement celui qui est choisi par les ressortissants européens. "
 
 
Donc ce que ne prennent pas en compte ceux qui disent que Malte n'est pas intéressant, c'est qu'il n'est pas nécessaire d'ouvrir une société à Malte (ou être employé) pour avoir la résidence et d'y déclarer tous ses revenus maltais.
 
L'ordinary residency est accordée pour "Economic self-sufficiency" également.
 
http://www.factgroup.net/library/SiteImages/NEWfactsheets/newfact-sheets/residence%20permit.pdf
https://identitymalta.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/CEA-Form-J-B.pdf

Dans la plupart des autres pays, les conditions sont bien + importantes (avoir un job...etc)

En Europe, il n'y en a pas d'autres avec ce système de remittance basis je crois.
 
En général, la politique fiscale ne change pas du jour au lendemain, il n'y a qu'en France là encore que c'est un sport national de tricoter/détricoter les règles fiscales.


Il y aussi la possibilite d'ouvrir une societe a Hong Kong par exemple (tu payes 0% de taxe), j'ai une connaissance qui est a Malte et a sa societe de conseils en paris sportifs a Hong Kong, ca doit etre assez simple de pouvoir faire la meme chose avec les crypto-monnaies (societe bidon, il faut juste le nom d'une secretaire, enfin se renseigner d'abord, il y a Belize aussi).
8  Economy / Economics / Re: France declares war on the cryptocurrencies on: February 08, 2018, 01:58:58 AM

What we can certainly assure you is that this new scenario has made Bitcoin especially sensitive to changes in the market, sanctions have caused many investors to migrate to other futures markets and abandon the idea of ​​continuing with bitcoin, although there are more who wait to reach an agreement, since the characteristics of the currency itself favor everyone equally, including those belonging to governments, France has been the most insistent in Europe in the prohibition, why?

Because France has massive public debts due to huge public expenses, it's a very socialist country, welfare is huge in comparison to other nations in Europe. In the meantime the hard workers don't earn that much money (they will pay between 22% to 30% of taxes every month + at least one full monthly salary of tax once a year). For instance someone earning 2000 EUR/month will pay:
-500 EUR of charges every month (immediately deducted)
-additional (circa) 2000 EUR a year
> (500 * 12) + 2000 = total of circa 8000 EUR of yearly taxes for a monthly salary of 2000 EUR.

For someone earning 3000 EUR to 5000 EUR a month, this is even worse.

Yes that's correct, the government tries his very best to take the most they can from workers in order to pay for the public debt (which will never be paid in full anyway). Add to that massive privileges given to politicians, senators, etc. this needs to be paid by the average workers too.

How come anyone can even imagine that such a country will support a concept that allows to "hide" money in a crypto-currency wallet?
Investments, activities related to digital money will be highly taxed and very monitored in France, very soon and that does not come as a surprise to me.  
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: BEST ICO for 2018 on: February 07, 2018, 10:08:32 AM
It's been a while since the last I have seen an ICO that looks really solid and serious, CryptoBNB is one of these IMO.
There was Stamps Platform also but they stopped their ICO due to regulations in Mexico, sadly.

CryptoBNB was again mentioned in an article that you can read here
really excited with this one, this could be the start of a great story.
ICO still ongoing. I hear people talk about this project more and more now. A quick presentation (Youtube > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhkowUGG_i4 )
More trusted service thanks to blockchain technology is exactly what the BNB market needs at the moment.
10  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin CRASHES to $6K today as THE PROPHET warned in this forum on: February 07, 2018, 09:43:14 AM
I need more than a single call to consider someone a prophet. 5.5K was a super easy call, I made it months ago, and my opinion is we are seeing 10K before we see 1K
You guys have misread I think, or OP did not make his point clear but he probably meant price would go from 6k to 5k (hence one more 1k down). Anyway, that's was my thought too but looks like I am wrong here, price is again above 7k and looks comfortable there for now.
Not sure about the middle term, depends a lot about regulations (or proposals) from big countries.
+ bitcoin cards issues is still an underrated concern (in my humble opinion).

By the way, website shared by OP is not a reliable source at all, there is no official traffic from SimilarWeb data > https://www.similarweb.com/website/kryptous.com
11  Economy / Services / Re: Wikibits - Twitter Campaign [High Payments][500 Members] on: February 07, 2018, 09:18:03 AM
Hacked account used to run scam campaign. No one will get paid
Look here

подскажите, планируете ли вы запилить апи для HUOBI?

Эта биржа есть у нас в планах, но ее АПИ пока что не позволяет ее подключить
Account used to only post russian, no english at all.

Then suddenly posts some english after 1.5 year post gap

when it will be avl?

Then after a month of being inactive, started to just out of nowhere run a campaign, this one

Archived - http://archive.is/8zBk2.

Delete all your tweets, no one will get paid.

@Support1bbot who is your trusted escrow?
As aTriz just said, this looks very fishy and suspicious, it's better to stay away from this, and save your time for something else.
And thanks aTriz for the warning.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Top 100 CryptoCurrencies described in 4 words or less on: February 07, 2018, 01:47:27 AM
After a month and a few days, list of the main currencies here with the growth or decline since January 1st > https://www.cointimemachine.com/top-100-best-cryptocurrency-list-2018/
Top one so far: VeChain +63% followed by NEO (not a surprise) +29%.
I think ETH is doing alright given the context of the market.  
13  Other / Meta / Re: Merit & new rank requirements on: February 06, 2018, 08:52:01 AM
You don't understand the problem.
People with rank "Full Member" and higher don't want to give merits to the people which rank is" Member" or lower. They are not interested in it. It's a competition! Higher rank means higher rewards and others advantages.  
No, you do not get it. It's not because you think this way that Merit sources think the same.

And Jesus 120 pages in two weeks... this system is not perfect but it is far better than the old system. Time to get over it guys.
14  Economy / Economics / Re: France declares war on the cryptocurrencies on: February 06, 2018, 08:39:55 AM
Well, it seems that not only France, but any government, institution, media, corporation, declared war on the cryptocurrencies.

Two explanations:

1) they are scared and try to destroy cryptomarket

2) the want to profit, so they manipulate the market to make price fall to buy cheap.

We'll see.
Still some countries within the SEPA zone are not willing to agree with France and Germany about these over-the-top regulations: let's see how the G20 summit goes, but UK, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta all share a different vision. There won't be a consensus we can be sure about that. Too much money involved.
It’s seems like we are not understanding this. I don’t think this is in a way to stop or ban Bitcoin… despite their central bank governor once said that Bitcoin is no cryptocurrency and neither is it a national currency.

I believe what the France government is trying to do is find a way of preventing those who use cryptocurrencies as a way to dodge paying their taxes, and also to find a way of stopping those that uses Bitcoin as a way to carry out some criminal activities. So, I don’t believe they are trying to ban Bitcoin, cause they never mentioned anything like banning.
No they won't ban bitcoin, I can guarantee France will not ban bitcoin because France (Macron) cares a LOT about their image, Macron wants France to look modern, friendly towards technology, etc. There won't be any ban. But believe me they will make everything possible to track every payments made with bitcoin, tax everything they can (as usual, nothing new here).
This will make bitcoin much less attractive than before.

I can even picture the following: French residents allowed to buy/sell only from exchange platforms owning a license in France. This is exactly what happened to sports betting companies back in 2010.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: All eyes on Japan in 2018 on: February 06, 2018, 08:31:54 AM
Japan has almost a unique position towards bitcoin in east Asia (looks like Singapore is bitcoin friendly too). In Europe, there are a few countries like Belarus, Cyprus, Malta which try to attract the money by taking a similar position.

Now the way I see it: bitcoin can have a future, but this future will need to rely on the big efforts of a few countries (the ones mentioned above + a few others), which means it will take a lot of time, especially if in the same time USA, Germany France decide to take restrictive measures.

2018 looks like it could be a year of transition:
-Lightning Network getting more and more adopted
-regulations in most western countries (already happening)
-more and more restrictions regarding services offering a bitcoin mastercard + services like Advcash (bitcoin related), Payeer, affected by these measures

So 2018 all things considered is not looking great for those looking at a short term profit.
But it could be an opportunity to get bitcoin at a lower price, see how G20 summit unfolds in April, see if Lightning Network gets more and more used, and (back on topic) see if the bitcoin friendly countries can push bitcoin on the way up again.

16  Economy / Speculation / Re: Calling top at $16500 (NEW 17th Jan: $4,100 bottom called) on: February 06, 2018, 08:13:12 AM
Looks like there is a support (sort of) right now at $6,000, let's see if it lasts as long as the previous support at $7,500.
It has a little bit bounced back up to $6150 but this is exactly what happened few days ago.
What's strange is that everything is down, crypto currencies but also Wall Street?
Where's the money going right now? Gold?


17  Other / Serious discussion / For Bitcoin to survive in the long term: thoughts? on: February 06, 2018, 02:39:30 AM
Hi folks,

I think 2018 will be a crucial year for bitcoin. Price is going down and will probably keep going down for a while, but if we forget all speculation talk, do you think bitcoin can survive and become a real currency with LN technology?

For me, the fact that bitcoin does not promote anonymity anymore is perhaps a good thing. Let's be honest, our western governments will never allow anything for anonymous payments.
So the point is not to escape (totally) from the system. To pay taxes, I am personally fine with it.

Whether it is an exchange currency, independent from banks and especially not held by central bank allows to have a global reference.

In my mind, you pay taxes on each payment. It's called "bank operating costs". And banks stuff themselves like crazy. In 30 years these banks managed to lay down their law whereas they were only intended to make exchanges fluid (and for instance help producing wealth). We saw that this system is wobbly, but some organizations have become too big to fail (therefore  "above the laws" of the market and democracy).

Instead of paying these fees to the banks, you pay a fee to the miners AND to the government (tax). Instead of paying the fee to a bank, you feed the redistribution of wealth at the State level. The State finds again some control over its currency, and uses a neutral and free of intermediary payment vector.  

The fact that the quantity is limited? Yes maybe it is an issue. But it is divisible almost to infinity. So we can talk in BTC or satoshi, it's just a change of reference. Knowing that in absolute terms,  there is no value reference it does not bother me (but speculation will need to be stopped at some point and I believe that's what is happening right now).

Then bitcoin is not a way to help the "dark market". It's just a technology that eliminates the trust 3rd party in a transaction.      

Right, this is purely a mathematical vision but it's worth a discussion!
18  Economy / Speculation / Re: Calling top at $16500 (NEW 17th Jan: $4,100 bottom called) on: February 06, 2018, 01:22:28 AM
Your prediction deserves more credit than it has received on this topic (understandably so in a way given that most are losing money).
I was still waiting for the support of $7,500 and see how the market would behave. The first time, bitcoin price went from $7,700 to $9,000 within a few hours, but yesterday it decided to break this support, I immediately sold my bitcoin to EUR and will certainly buy again around $5,000 or below.
Guys, take this opportunity to do the right thing right now. Instead of getting depressed and whining, see the opportunity and trade. There are not too many analysts agreeing on a price going below $5,000, it is not too late to profit from it.
Just my opinion (not an advice).  
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: BEST ICO for 2018 on: February 05, 2018, 10:35:41 AM
It's been a while since the last I have seen an ICO that looks really solid and serious, CryptoBNB is one of these IMO.
There was Stamps Platform also but they stopped their ICO due to regulations in Mexico, sadly.

CryptoBNB was again mentioned in an article that you can read here
really excited with this one, this could be the start of a great story.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Chinese web search giant Baidu has launched its own blockchain-as-a-service on: February 05, 2018, 07:56:43 AM
So Baidu launches in-house BaaS (Block-chain-as-a-Service).

Is this good or bas for bitcoin and other existing coins and tokens?
I see LINE (the equivalent of Whatsapp in China/Taiwan) is also planning to launch something.

https://www.coindesk.com/search-giant-baidu-launches-blockchain-as-a-service-platform/

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