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Question: Feb. 28 Closing Price:
<$1,000 - 9 (8.2%)
$2,600-$2,800 - 4 (3.6%)
$2,800-$3,000 - 6 (5.5%)
$3,000-$3,200 - 4 (3.6%)
$3,200-$3,400 - 6 (5.5%)
$3,400-$3,600 - 6 (5.5%)
$3,600-$3,800 - 14 (12.7%)
$3,800-$4,000 - 10 (9.1%)
$4,000-$4,200 - 19 (17.3%)
$4,200-$4,400 - 6 (5.5%)
$4,400-$4,600 - 7 (6.4%)
>$6,000 - 19 (17.3%)
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December 01, 2017, 02:12:47 AM

Stamp has a whole 3126 coins. This is record breaking.
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December 01, 2017, 02:14:03 AM

So... If you sent all your BTC to a 1dicexxxx address, and got back 98% that's gambling right?
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December 01, 2017, 02:15:29 AM

Note: I'm still thinking about the stupid BCH airdrop. Is that a taxable event when you claim it, or can you add the value to the basis value of the bitcoin you convert it into then pay the taxes when you cash the bitcoin for fiat or other valuable prizes?

You can´t leave it alone, can you. Smiley
 You all are tax-obsessed. Till now i have Denmark and Amsterdam, but thats all to cold. I prefer to live in a jurisdiction, for now, where they are to lazy to ask me for taxes. I´m complaining all the time about this and that, but thats a big plus here.
They can always come back to you in the future and cause significant trouble though. Especially once it'll be stupidly easy to backtrace Bitcoin transactions, which is only a matter of time for as long as there's no proper shrouding service. I would just outright pay the 1.6% in Amsterdam though, heck, I'd even pay 2% for good measure because I actually do appreciate public property to some extent. Just not to a 20-40% CG kind of extent.

I´ll keep you updated! So far, so good. Smiley



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December 01, 2017, 02:20:43 AM

Stamp has a whole 3126 coins. This is record breaking.

Pretty sure it was well below that over the last couple days.
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December 01, 2017, 02:22:22 AM

I just happened to pay /r/btc a brief visit. OMG  *shudder*

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December 01, 2017, 02:22:32 AM

Stamp has a whole 3126 coins. This is record breaking.

Pretty sure it was well below that over the last couple days.
I mean its a record high for thig past few weeks
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December 01, 2017, 02:26:30 AM

Stamp has a whole 3126 coins. This is record breaking.

Pretty sure it was well below that over the last couple days.
I mean its a record high for thig past few weeks

LOL then you are quite correct  Cheesy

It just seems so low.  But times change.
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December 01, 2017, 02:26:35 AM

I just happened to pay /r/btc a brief visit. OMG  *shudder*

tell us Torque, what do they talk about there?
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December 01, 2017, 02:28:16 AM

I just happened to pay /r/btc a brief visit. OMG  *shudder*

tell us Torque, what do they talk about there?

Salting the earth?
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December 01, 2017, 02:31:24 AM

What does the Swiss national bank have to do with the Swedish Nobel prize?

The fuck, I just got pwned. Yeah, Swedes and Swiss, there may be a minor geographical separation Tongue

Interestingly enough, the Swiss foundation myth says that a Swedish king sometimes during the iron age ordered 1/10th of the population to leave the country due to a famine.  they were ordered to go and settle somewhere else, and they wandered through Europe until the came to a valley in what today is Switzerland. They named it Schwys after their old homeland. That is now the kanton of Schwyz, and also gave name to the country of Schwitzerland.

How much, if any, truth there is to the myth nobody knows, the name of the king is not found in any Nordic myths. But it would be interesting to do a DNA comparison.
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December 01, 2017, 02:34:45 AM

I just happened to pay /r/btc a brief visit. OMG  *shudder*

tell us Torque, what do they talk about there?

They sit around outraged and butthurt that people don't prefer sacrificing mining decentralization for $0.10 transaction fees over $0.14 transaction fees.

Because, ya know, for all that high volume coffee buying that they must be doing at that one coffee shop that Roger's buddy owns.
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December 01, 2017, 02:39:10 AM

mainstream news article

‘Make sure you’re closest to the exit’: Analysts say bitcoin could be heading back towards $US7000


BUY!!!


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It's crappy because some of us (like me) got into the game a little late and made my purchases at 7950 and 9500. Now here I am riding the waves. lol... Why can't you steady out at 11 and ride around there? why you gotta go up and down right where I bought at LOL
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December 01, 2017, 02:39:31 AM

I just happened to pay /r/btc a brief visit. OMG  *shudder*



more like : /r/troll   Cheesy  hahaa
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December 01, 2017, 02:44:06 AM

mainstream news article

‘Make sure you’re closest to the exit’: Analysts say bitcoin could be heading back towards $US7000


BUY!!!








It's crappy because some of us (like me) got into the game a little late and made my purchases at 7950 and 9500. Now here I am riding the waves. lol... Why can't you steady out at 11 and ride around there? why you gotta go up and down right where I bought at LOL

Don't you worry, it'l go up again real soon.
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December 01, 2017, 02:47:24 AM

Bearstamp leading the charge back to 10K == bullish.

Countries that do _not_ have capital gains taxes; Switzerland, Seychelles, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, British Virgin Islands (other Carribean sweat holes too many to remember), Panama, ... i.e. there's quite a few if you do your research.

If exporting crypto from Coinbase to local wallet is considered a taxable event how much is a cross-chain atomic swap going to blow their tiny minds?

Dinosaurs, meteorites, asteroids, etc ... they should just run before they get smashed by a ball of fire impacting on their stupidity, exploding their evil, naked greed and lust for the wealth of others.

I may be asking a question with an obvious answer, but could a US citizen immigrate to Panama (or another CG-free country), then cash in his bitcoins tax free, and be off the hook for taxes in the US?
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December 01, 2017, 02:53:22 AM

Bearstamp leading the charge back to 10K == bullish.

Countries that do _not_ have capital gains taxes; Switzerland, Seychelles, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, British Virgin Islands (other Carribean sweat holes too many to remember), Panama, ... i.e. there's quite a few if you do your research.

If exporting crypto from Coinbase to local wallet is considered a taxable event how much is a cross-chain atomic swap going to blow their tiny minds?

Dinosaurs, meteorites, asteroids, etc ... they should just run before they get smashed by a ball of fire impacting on their stupidity, exploding their evil, naked greed and lust for the wealth of others.

I may be asking a question with an obvious answer, but could a US citizen immigrate to Panama (or another CG-free country), then cash in his bitcoins tax free, and be off the hook for taxes in the US?

I think to evade US clutches you would need to fake your own death as a minimum. 
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December 01, 2017, 02:55:17 AM

Bearstamp leading the charge back to 10K == bullish.

Countries that do _not_ have capital gains taxes; Switzerland, Seychelles, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, British Virgin Islands (other Carribean sweat holes too many to remember), Panama, ... i.e. there's quite a few if you do your research.

If exporting crypto from Coinbase to local wallet is considered a taxable event how much is a cross-chain atomic swap going to blow their tiny minds?

Dinosaurs, meteorites, asteroids, etc ... they should just run before they get smashed by a ball of fire impacting on their stupidity, exploding their evil, naked greed and lust for the wealth of others.

I may be asking a question with an obvious answer, but could a US citizen immigrate to Panama (or another CG-free country), then cash in his bitcoins tax free, and be off the hook for taxes in the US?

I think to evade US clutches you would need to fake your own death as a minimum.  

bittrex?  Grin  Lol ===> $10,000 closeeee >.>

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December 01, 2017, 03:06:25 AM

sorry guys

so far the drinking game has been kind of a bust
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December 01, 2017, 03:14:39 AM

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Am I stating the obvious?   Tongue Tongue      Maybe you will understand if I throw in a:  "wwwwwweeeeeeee"  ?

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December 01, 2017, 03:16:51 AM

So... If you sent all your BTC to a 1dicexxxx address, and got back 98% that's gambling right?

Nope!

That's a freaking MIRACLE.
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