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21  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 08:57:13 AM
I do not believe in "public control", because many will not need it, and the rest will choose their representatives, who will also be people, with all human qualities, emotions and self-interest, including. And what will be the result? The same system, only with AI.
are you saying that a “country” as an institution will soon disappear?

yes, and I love that idea. no president, no deputies and politicians. just AI and and police that will serve for the good of people.

your idea gives me shivers. its another Black Mirror episode and not a utopy for humanity. A computer is a tool; I would not want to live in a world where this tool is absolute.

ohh no, sure, but, China, North Korea and Uganda are utopies? With AI at charge there would be no dictators and etc.

this is still far away in the future. you know, cyber-future.
22  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 08:50:50 AM
I do not believe in "public control", because many will not need it, and the rest will choose their representatives, who will also be people, with all human qualities, emotions and self-interest, including. And what will be the result? The same system, only with AI.
are you saying that a “country” as an institution will soon disappear?

yes, and I love that idea. no president, no deputies and politicians. just AI and and police that will serve for the good of people.

your idea gives me shivers. its another Black Mirror episode and not a utopy for humanity. A computer is a tool; I would not want to live in a world where this tool is absolute.
23  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 08:44:44 AM
I do not believe in "public control", because many will not need it, and the rest will choose their representatives, who will also be people, with all human qualities, emotions and self-interest, including. And what will be the result? The same system, only with AI.
are you saying that a “country” as an institution will soon disappear?
24  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 08:16:06 AM
The option of voluntary tax calculation is not considered at all? As I understand it, in countries with a long history of self-assessment of taxes, it is unlikely that there will be such a big problem with paying taxes in cryptocurrencies, because citizens themselves remember what and how to pay for. And additionally, often questions may arise regarding the discrepancy between expenses and the request to justify them.
It turns out that society is able to independently pay taxes if they have partnerships with the state and they are mutually beneficial. But then the next step is the automatic distribution of the collected funds for one or another project essential for the population.

That is, with such a system, the state can be replaced in the near future, if I understand everything correctly. Since people express their desire by the fact that they vote in the currency of their country, but if they replace it with cryptocurrency, then in addition to their voice, they also receive transparency, which any citizen can see.
25  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 16, 2020, 08:09:47 AM
The option of voluntary tax calculation is not considered at all? As I understand it, in countries with a long history of self-assessment of taxes, it is unlikely that there will be such a big problem with paying taxes in cryptocurrencies, because citizens themselves remember what and how to pay for. And additionally, often questions may arise regarding the discrepancy between expenses and the request to justify them.
26  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 10:51:20 AM
If you remove fiat currencies, the country will perish...

Historically, states have transformed, as a rule - adding new functionality to their functionality. The main question here is that if you look at a lot before the 21st century, we can say that almost every state had its own meaning, precisely for the tasks that this structure fulfills.

But now a huge amount of what the state was doing is falling apart. Almost anybody that works with databases can be automated. All that remains is the moment the funds are transferred to taxes, fees and other “levies”, but it’s quite possible to do this automatically, with each transaction.
27  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 10:43:19 AM
If you remove fiat currencies, the country will perish...
28  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 10:23:04 AM
I think so far Bitcoin as a payment system does not meet the standards as the main monetary unit. Long transfer, high commissions, a lot of problems with mining. I would say that bitcoin could play the role of an intermediate between fiat and gold.

do you often buy or sell gold?

I think it would be necessary to use some other crypto or several varieties. Then everything is solved very easily on the tax account, the tax on the product or service itself is fixed in the price itself.
In general, this would not be cool, since it would be possible to track purchases and the anonymity of crypto would be lost.
plus something needs to be done with security, that is, if a person loses a private key, then there should be an opportunity to restore it or an additional protection mechanism like fingerprints, face IDs and other things
29  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 10:16:06 AM
I think so far Bitcoin as a payment system does not meet the standards as the main monetary unit. Long transfer, high commissions, a lot of problems with mining. I would say that bitcoin could play the role of an intermediate between fiat and gold.

do you often buy or sell gold?

I think it would be necessary to use some other crypto or several varieties. Then everything is solved very easily on the tax account, the tax on the product or service itself is fixed in the price itself.
30  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 10:09:38 AM
I think so far Bitcoin as a payment system does not meet the standards as the main monetary unit. Long transfer, high commissions, a lot of problems with mining. I would say that bitcoin could play the role of an intermediate between fiat and gold.
31  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 09:53:14 AM
Cryptocurrencies are not yet ready to be accepted. And it will not happen quickly. It will be a long implementation process. In addition, it seems to me that society itself should also adapt to this.
There are individual countries that are already fully engaged in their adoption: in some countries experiments are already in full swing in the levying taxes on cryptocurrencies, and this is one of the fundamental points of  crypto adoption. Accordingly, just a statement that something is not ready for something is just idle talk, because there are real facts that are widely known.
32  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 09:32:28 AM
Over time, taxes and everything else will be set up technically, they will find a better solution for both parties, so that everything is possible) despite the fact that in some countries they are already paying salaries with crypto), only the government will still look for a way to manage all this, but personally I’m not so sure they will find a way to control EVERYTHING.
Yes, there is nothing left to set up there, the most important thing is that the requirements for counteraction are met and the tax rate will depend on the country and the attitude to the crypt in it.
33  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 09:14:10 AM
Of their own free will, yes, people will not choose such currencies, but states have ways of pressure. If pensions, benefits, payments for state. the contracts will be in this centralized state cryptocurrency, many will simply be forced to start using it.
I don’t know why, but today I can imagine the launch of such cryptocurrencies. only in China of course.  well, in extreme cases, in Korea.
Venezuela launched such a cryptocurrency, only the hype did not happen and the population preferred the alien Bitcoin instead of their Petro.
Yes, but it’s one thing to launch such a cryptocurrency during the economic crisis and quite another to launch it when the state’s economy develops rapidly. Many wrote about the failure of the Petro idea, even before its launch.
There was fresh news that the Central Bank of Japan had already developed a national cryptocurrency, but decided to start offering it to Cambodia. Apparently, they are less sorry for the Khmers now. But, if it grows together, it will probably be possible to look at a more interesting experiment than in the agonizing economy of Venezuela.
34  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 09:08:58 AM
Of their own free will, yes, people will not choose such currencies, but states have ways of pressure. If pensions, benefits, payments for state. the contracts will be in this centralized state cryptocurrency, many will simply be forced to start using it.
I don’t know why, but today I can imagine the launch of such cryptocurrencies. only in China of course.  well, in extreme cases, in Korea.
Venezuela launched such a cryptocurrency, only the hype did not happen and the population preferred the alien Bitcoin instead of their Petro.
35  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 08:57:16 AM
Of their own free will, yes, people will not choose such currencies, but states have ways of pressure. If pensions, benefits, payments for state. the contracts will be in this centralized state cryptocurrency, many will simply be forced to start using it.
36  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 08:48:15 AM
we are talking about existing coins, for example, very closely associated with fiat currencies or those that are “secured” by fiat?
37  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 08:35:06 AM
Another question is whether it was laid down in the contract initially, because how to coordinate the work of the new coin with state regulators if there is no such “backdoor” there?

This is a purely terminological issue. I consider cryptocurrency to be any digital currency emitted using cryptographic means. Accordingly,for me a centralized coin can be a cryptocurrency. For those cryptocurrencies that rely on the original ideas of the cryptocurrency community, I prefer to use terms with refinements such as labor cryptocurrency or just crypto. But this is only a question of who uses what terms, it is not so significant. The main thing is a common understanding of the content side of the issue.
38  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 08:26:02 AM
Suppose developers have the right to "freeze" a transaction from any user. And also cancel or block the transaction, and this also applies to everyone. Is it possible to consider that such a coin will be a scam? And the second question - knowing such conditions - what are the risks of using such a coin?
Since such a coin cannot automatically be considered decentralized, the only way for it not to be considered a scam is to be under the tutelage of the sovereignty of one or another power with its judicial and legal system, which would regulate the measure of such actions. In this case, the risks would be commensurate with the traditional for the banking system.
If the coin is not controlled by anyone in fact, then even just such a mortgaged opportunity, in my opinion, is a scam, even without taking action, because it intentionally creates extremely high risks for all users of the system (including possible hacks from the outside, change of leadership, etc.)
Risks, in this regard, drammatically increas, firstly because  such coins are under the control of developers, who can make transactions “reversible” at any moment and secondly, because a  government agency may demand that developers perform such an operation.
39  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 08:10:13 AM
This is theoretically possible, but not every network with a similar situation will cope in the same way as Ether. It’s unrealistic to constantly roll back the entire network to change one record, no one will use such a network of their own free will. This is all in fact a variation of 51%.

I think it’s not quite right to compare with the 51% variety. In order to crank a 51%, it is enough to have mining capacities that seriously exceed the existing ones in this blockchain. It is not necessary to be the developer of the coin itself. Developers have much wider impact functionality. We have not yet seriously faced the fact that someone's wallet was cut out and forbidden to miners to process transfers coming from it.
40  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Do I really have to pay taxes on crypto investments? on: June 15, 2020, 07:55:09 AM
Freedom is different. And Bitcoin allows you to be more free from government, and not in the spiritual and philosophical way.
I think that countries, even if they try to make crypto the main means of payment , will introduce taxes on operations with crypto before they begin and deploy a system for tracking transactions and only when they see that the measures taken cover their losses due to the transition to full settlement in the crypt only then reconcile with its existence. and taxes will be collected automatically through some kind of cross-blockchain solution.
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