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July 22, 2011, 05:45:54 PM
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The good news for Bitcoin speculators is that any gains are treated as capital gains (taxed at 18%) and have an annual exemption...

What qualifies Bitcoin mining as capital gains?
If you mine and then barter I don't see how this would necessarily be taxable.

I was thinking that the reference to capital gains tax related to investment profits (e.g. someone who bought some bitcoins three months ago, then sold them now at a higher price).
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July 22, 2011, 06:50:38 PM
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The good news for Bitcoin speculators is that any gains are treated as capital gains (taxed at 18%) and have an annual exemption...

What qualifies Bitcoin mining as capital gains?
I was thinking that the reference to capital gains tax related to investment profits (e.g. someone who bought some bitcoins three months ago, then sold them now at a higher price).

^^ This but also mining bitocins that are then sold for £.

So I won't be going over my capital gains threshold Grin

Will just sit on/spend the rest.

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July 23, 2011, 06:56:36 PM
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^^ This but also mining bitocins that are then sold for £.

This is what I don't understand, if you buy equipment (computer) soley create something (BTC) with the intention of selling that product for currency (£), then how is this not standard taxable income?

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