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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 18, 2020, 01:11:40 PM
Im not a supporter or opponent of digital money, but the white paper of bitcoin seems extremely thoughtful. the only thing that holds it down is that crypto often used for illegal purposes. most often laundering.

Typically, traditional money is also used in such transactions.
2  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 11:06:43 AM
2020 will be a good year for Bitcoin. In addition to halving, thereís the upcoming presidential election and political instability in the Middle East. when US launched an airstrike on Iran Bitcoin began to rise in price and went up from $ 6,900 to $ 9,000 in two weeks.
3  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 10:29:54 AM
the Bitcoin exchange rate IS and WILL be extremely volatile. it has no macroeconomic instability. thanks to this, the current year will be excellent for cryptocurrency.
4  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 10:16:07 AM
the current crisis is an opportunity for Bitcoin to prove itself as a protective asset. Its rate is protected from inflation, which is inherent in national currencies due to the possibility of their unlimited emission.

trader Peter Brandt says Bitcoin will become cheaper by at least 50%. obviously he doesnt think that bitcoin is a protective asset..
there should be reasoning for such statements
5  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 10:01:58 AM
cryptocurrency is now difficult to consider as an investment asset. Perhaps the situation will change in the future, but this requires the adoption of laws on raising capital in tokens and the regulation of the cryptocurrency market by central banks.
Invest, but remember about the risks.

the current crisis is an opportunity to invest in stocks since after removal of the quarantine their value will recover. I missed the ideal moment to purchase securities during the March recession, but there are still good opportunities...

As demand recovers, stock prices of manufacturers of sports equipment and clothing, travel accessories and more are also likely to rise. However there is a risk that many companies will go bankrupt as the quarantine is extended.
Another potential risk is the abolition of dividends. Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun said shareholders will not receive dividend payments for another 3-5 years until Boeing regains its financial position. This is possible with other companies, which will make their securities less attractive for investment and of course will slow down the recovery of value.
6  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 09:26:58 AM
sO DONT MIND THE VIRUS AND BUY ALL THESE STOCKS!!!
choosing securities for investment look at those companies that can adapt to the habits of people who have changed during the quarantine period. product delivery services, remote work platforms and tools for digital production, online education.etc.
7  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 09:00:19 AM
It will be more profitable for entrepreneurs to work with digital money rather than using systems such as Mastercard and Visa, because this will help save on commissions. Suddenly, retailers will realize that they donít need to pay % to banks every time someone pays with a credit card.
8  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 08:33:53 AM
Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..

By and large, no one needs the government  to use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. To begin with, it will be enough for the state to allow at the official level to store, buy, sell, mine, change, etc. That is, cryptocurrency must have an official status. just like we have it in the US

An official status for cryptocurrencies can only appear (in my opinion) when the state levies all cryptocurrency transactions with taxes, adds full identification of citizens and makes an exchange only through official, state exchangers.

I do not think that even having received the status - something will change dramatically for cryptocurrencies.
9  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 08:27:11 AM
Many talk about developing a national cryptocurrency. bu I think governments will not use cryptocurrency until they find out how to control it..

By and large, no one needs the government  to use Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. To begin with, it will be enough for the state to allow at the official level to store, buy, sell, mine, change, etc. That is, cryptocurrency must have an official status. just like we have it in the US
10  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 17, 2020, 07:49:04 AM
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11  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 01:20:59 PM
countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)

different states allow cryptocurrencies to be circulated, and some even rush to manage implementing them before others in order to be the first to get the advantages that they can offer.

actually, the program for accepting tax payments in cryptocurrencies in Ohio was suspended until the State Attorney General's positive verdict.
12  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 01:13:41 PM
countries  will never allow decentralized currencies to circulate. This is nonsense.
this is not the first time someone comes who speaks completely with clarity of confidence without even bothering to google it at least a little. There are well-known examples with New Zealand and Ohio, where they have long been allowed to even pay taxes in decentralized cryptocurrencies (which could be even more legal for the state ?!)
13  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 12:55:05 PM
Bitcoin is a protocol for virtual space. it is a code. Strictly speaking, money is for computers, not people. so it has a chance to become the main payment system for robots.
14  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 12:25:21 PM
A great question to expand on. True, already said something like that, but I can once again reveal it. Both the blockchain in general and Bitcoin in particular at the current stage are completely controlled by a person. Updates and hard forks are an example of decentralized human control of the system, because by the decision of the majority the system can be replaced with any other one at all, and the blockchain can not oppose this, because it is just a banal tool for solving a specific problem.

well, as long as the tool works correctly, there is no need to do anything with it, let it work.

Im just saying that a person decides whether to make changes.

To control the system as a whole, it is not necessary to control each specific part of the system. A person controls the entire Bitcoin as a whole, as a system, he also decided that inside this whole system works in a certain way, not allowing to intervene in individual procedures.
Well, what if you remove a person from Bitcoin? Theoretically, what will happen to this system if mining is fully automated, and improvements associated with an increase in transaction speed, for example, will not be required.

As for the option, when mining is fully automated, and the person is not needed for updates: at the current stage it is almost unbelievable, because the programs will still crash.

agree. And the more complicated the program is, the more their failures become systematic and go to the same statistical basis on which modern microprocessors work, when it becomes enough for the statistical number of elements to work, and not 100%. Accordingly, no matter how many bulky programs of any kind, errors are inevitable, you will have to modify them.
15  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 10:24:16 AM
A great question to expand on. True, already said something like that, but I can once again reveal it. Both the blockchain in general and Bitcoin in particular at the current stage are completely controlled by a person. Updates and hard forks are an example of decentralized human control of the system, because by the decision of the majority the system can be replaced with any other one at all, and the blockchain can not oppose this, because it is just a banal tool for solving a specific problem.

well, as long as the tool works correctly, there is no need to do anything with it, let it work.

Im just saying that a person decides whether to make changes.

To control the system as a whole, it is not necessary to control each specific part of the system. A person controls the entire Bitcoin as a whole, as a system, he also decided that inside this whole system works in a certain way, not allowing to intervene in individual procedures.
Well, what if you remove a person from Bitcoin? Theoretically, what will happen to this system if mining is fully automated, and improvements associated with an increase in transaction speed, for example, will not be required.
16  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 10:18:17 AM
A great question to expand on. True, already said something like that, but I can once again reveal it. Both the blockchain in general and Bitcoin in particular at the current stage are completely controlled by a person. Updates and hard forks are an example of decentralized human control of the system, because by the decision of the majority the system can be replaced with any other one at all, and the blockchain can not oppose this, because it is just a banal tool for solving a specific problem.

well, as long as the tool works correctly, there is no need to do anything with it, let it work.

Im just saying that a person decides whether to make changes.
17  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 10:10:41 AM
A great question to expand on. True, already said something like that, but I can once again reveal it. Both the blockchain in general and Bitcoin in particular at the current stage are completely controlled by a person. Updates and hard forks are an example of decentralized human control of the system, because by the decision of the majority the system can be replaced with any other one at all, and the blockchain can not oppose this, because it is just a banal tool for solving a specific problem.
18  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 09:54:58 AM
centralized control is where someone sits there and follows all your transactions and tax reports?


This is not necessary at all. A blockchain with an embedded data processing formula is quite capable of coping with this task. The control here is not over individual elements, but over the system as a whole, so that it does not fail.
19  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 09:31:59 AM
Just entered the forum and seeing this discussion Ive realized that Bitcoin and AI might be our future.
you understand correctly. the thing is to find a way of eliminating human mistakes which is the reason for all the crises in the world. and technology is quite capable of doing that.
I don't see how technology is better than humans.
Because people are weak and prone to emotions, and the factor of personal enrichment has not been canceled. For some reason, Iím sure that if we consider the data obtained independently, for example from sensors, they will give a much clearer picture than the data collected by a person.

you do realize that all this technology you are talknng about was built by people and will be controlled by them in the future?

still...  if you try to build an algorithm, for example for the construction of a power plant, the solutions will be much clearer if you calculate them with a machine, starting with the design documentation and choosing a place - ending with the functioning of this complex. Of course, here you can allow the society to participate in the discussion, but why? If the AI is quite capable of seeing the risks and providing work.
in fact, you are right. the interaction of different countries with AI becomes more popular evry year. Any of the algorithms becomes self-learning, which means that the machine will be able to see the cycle and make a decision. But, as I would not like to see a completely ďdigitizedĒ world where the machine makes decisions - I believe that there are very few other options, because people will not change, and most of the template work can be performed by the machine, with much greater efficiency and without human factors .
20  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 09:21:57 AM
Just entered the forum and seeing this discussion Ive realized that Bitcoin and AI might be our future.
you understand correctly. the thing is to find a way of eliminating human mistakes which is the reason for all the crises in the world. and technology is quite capable of doing that.
I don't see how technology is better than humans.
Because people are weak and prone to emotions, and the factor of personal enrichment has not been canceled. For some reason, Iím sure that if we consider the data obtained independently, for example from sensors, they will give a much clearer picture than the data collected by a person.

you do realize that all this technology you are talknng about was built by people and will be controlled by them in the future?
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