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April 03, 2019, 02:10:14 PM

Speaking of boating accidents and big pumps, I've finally started to consider my privacy more seriously and the ramifications of buying on KYC exchanges. Excited, just downloaded bisq and looking forward to getting acquainted.
Stick it to the man!

Then how are you gonna prove when and how you did buy the Bitcoins in the first place when the time comes to extract some significant profits?
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April 03, 2019, 02:15:21 PM

Investments would be taxed on a yearly basis (proposal)?

time to buy a boat, just so i can have a boating accident.

Losing crypto is easy. The hard part would be how to make it magically reappear later... in a way the tax agency would accept.

yeah that is the trick isnt it.

im glad i can trace much of my stack directly back to the pools i was payed out at.

That's the best thing to do if you ever plan to cash out big (to banking fiat) and/or buy registered (real estate, stocks, vehicles, etc) assets with it. Of course you can always lose just a part of your total stash to cover daily (pocket) expenses for life... if you know what I mean.
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April 03, 2019, 02:34:22 PM
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When page parity?

JJG: "Hold my beer."
JJG: "There!"

That seems so much of an insider joke, and I don't even get it - even while a named participant in the hypothetical.   Embarrassed




 Some people are more analytically minded;

 JJG+2 free hands = page parity now!

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April 03, 2019, 02:41:34 PM

an epic ETH pump would sure be nice


daddy's got bags

Your bags should be Monero.


For the moment, I am starting to like you Hueristic... right within the range - and even on the higher side of such range gives you bonus points.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Give it time. Smiley
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April 03, 2019, 02:45:30 PM
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Bitcoin first hit $5,000 USD on Oct 12, 2017

Now that Bitcoin is back at $5,000, what has changed?


via Imgflip Meme Generator

https://twitter.com/kerooke/status/1113278050160992256?s=21
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April 03, 2019, 02:46:07 PM

I'd like to see a survey on the subject. I wonder how many people think the bullran has already started?





The bull season started on 19 January 2019.  It just takes awhile for the news to get out.
Wow, that's a hell of a late news release.
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April 03, 2019, 02:46:51 PM

I love the smell of rocket fuel in the morning. This launch feels really fucking solid.

* BobLawblaw reaches for his StarCucks coffee (black, no sugar or cream), and loads up his audio tools...

I hate that I drink StarCucks, BTW. It's entirely Rick's fault. Asshole even managed to wear me down to the point of installing the freaking app on my phone.

The things we tolerate, for those we love...

Enjoy your coffee... its the main thing I have to slow down with a bit Roll Eyes
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A second chance would be @its place for ROSS... still so young....

 Poor Ross is far too pretty for jail.
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I'd like to see a survey on the subject. I wonder how many people think the bullran has already started?


What is crypto?  We're in a bitcoin thread, here.
I'm sorry, sire, Mem was corrected
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April 03, 2019, 02:54:51 PM

We are very proud to have taken a step towards accepting crypto currency.
The Dolder Grand is the very first luxury hotel in Switzerland where guests can pay with Bitcoin.
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#bitcoin #Switzerland #Financial #economy #luxuryhotel #thedoldergrand #zurich #new

https://twitter.com/doldernews/status/1111682294430027776?s=21
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Just for knowing BoB all must be gay-friendly for me or its an absolute NO GO!!!!
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April 03, 2019, 03:02:30 PM

Bitcoin first hit $5,000 USD on Oct 12, 2017

Now that Bitcoin is back at $5,000, what has changed?


Next stoppage,
$7K 🙂
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It's perfectly possible. I mean... I didn't know that's not the case in USA, but in other countries that's exactly how it works. You are taxed annually for any assets value above a certain exempt limit (ie: around the first million total net worth in the case of Spain).


how in the hell?

is the government then on the hook if I have unrealized losses?
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April 03, 2019, 03:15:26 PM

20% in a day lol
last time i saw that was when BTC was considered "Halla" or w.e for the Saudies Cheesy
thats dece, but personally im still in collect mode till 2020, next 1/2'ing, easy 10-20k again
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It's perfectly possible. I mean... I didn't know that's not the case in USA, but in other countries that's exactly how it works. You are taxed annually for any assets value above a certain exempt limit (ie: around the first million total net worth in the case of Spain).


how in the hell?

is the government then on the hook if I have unrealized losses?

Nope. They just fuck you. Gotta love socialists!
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April 03, 2019, 03:24:58 PM

fuck that

no wonder people that actually save and invest their resources take them and go elsewhere
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nice try google photos Smiley

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Another industry insider said there were 6 million trades over an hour during the price rise, mostly concentrated on Asia-based exchanges. This is three to four times the usual trading volume. He said:

“You trigger other order books to play catch up, and that creates a buying frenzy.”

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However, not everyone seems to be overwhelmed. Crypto analyst Nic Trades warned her 93,000 followers on Twitter to watch for signs that the recent surge is a false breakout.

She says a 50% drop from the height of the swing across the major exchanges is the key number to watch.

“If we come back more than 50% of this swing, that’s where I would be concerned and would say that this is probably a false breakout… I would be a little bit less bullish if we close back underneath the 200-day moving average line. A daily close under $4,714 wouldn’t be quite so positive.”

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Brian Kelly, founder and CEO of digital currency investment firm BKCM said:

“Sentiment has shifted here. All indications that we have — whether it be fundamentals, technicals, the quantitative analysis we do — all suggest that we probably have at least started to put in the bottoming process.”

Kelly, also pointed out that Bitcoin’s past trading cycles have looked “very similar” to its current pattern.

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A second chance would be @its place for ROSS... still so young....

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Investments would be taxed on a yearly basis (proposal)?
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-02/top-senate-democrat-touts-annual-capital-gains-tax-ahead-of-2020

Bitcoin might help, since it is not a security, but personal property and/or commodity (depending on where you live).
Perhaps that 100mil fella was just an early bird?

time to buy a boat, just so i can have a boating accident.

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Love the rally, hate the fact that two forks are up much more. This is bizarre.
Is there something to worry about here?

No.

Welcome to the Wall.

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I love the smell of rocket fuel in the morning. This launch feels really fucking solid.

* BobLawblaw reaches for his StarCucks coffee (black, no sugar or cream), and loads up his audio tools...

I hate that I drink StarCucks, BTW. It's entirely Rick's fault. Asshole even managed to wear me down to the point of installing the freaking app on my phone.

The things we tolerate, for those we love...

+1 WOsMerit

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April 03, 2019, 03:29:38 PM

Bitcoin first hit $5,000 USD on Oct 12, 2017

Now that Bitcoin is back at $5,000, what has changed?


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https://twitter.com/kerooke/status/1113278050160992256?s=21

Many of those metrics are included in my report in signature. As I stated there not all of them are meaningful.

The only one I do care about is the hash rate: The network is now almost 6x more secure.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wealth_tax#Current_examples

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Netherlands
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