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March 02, 2014, 06:14:47 PM
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Wozu, es wird da keine  Informationen geben die verbindlich sind. Alles was Substanz hat kommt über die restlichen Kanäle nach draußen.
Reine Zeitverschwendung, meine Meinung.
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March 02, 2014, 06:38:38 PM
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Gox eröffnet Call center, auf gehts!

Noch nicht ganz, dauert noch 6,5 Stunden. Wenn da jemand ab 02:00 lokaler Zeit anruft, postet bitte die Infos hier. Ich würde aber nicht zu viel erwarten.
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March 02, 2014, 06:49:44 PM
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http://de.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1zcmfq/mark_karpeles_blinking_a_morse_code/

Ich glaube er hat den Private Key zu den vermissten 850k btc gemorst,
kann einer das mal eben checken?

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March 02, 2014, 07:07:51 PM
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aaaaaalt..

hier was neues (Vorsicht vor der Paywall..)

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/1b9f434e-a209-11e3-87f6-00144feab7de.html#axzz2upKqL75j

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Britain to scrap Bitcoin tax

By Jane Wild, Daniel Thomas and Vanessa Houlder

Britain’s tax authority plans to ditch its levy on Bitcoin trading only days after the collapse of Mt Gox, one of the virtual currency’s leading exchanges, losing almost $500m of customer deposits.

The UK’s welcoming approach to Bitcoin contrasts with the approach of other countries, amid concerns about its use for tax evasion and money laundering as well as its notoriety for wide fluctuations in value. More
In a meeting with a group of UK traders last week, HM Revenue & Customs said it would not charge the 20 per cent VAT tax on trades, which entrepreneurs had complained made their businesses globally uncompetitive. HMRC went a step further, saying it would not charge the tax on their margins either.

The ruling sidesteps the thorny question of whether to class Bitcoin as a currency, but effectively treats it as such, and bases its policy on the EU law that exempts payments and transfers of “negotiable instruments” from tax.

Governments worldwide have wrestled with the conundrum of how to deal with virtual currencies, as businesses hoping to profit from a small but growing economy have lobbied for regulation that would allow them to flourish.

Singapore has issued tax guidelines for Bitcoin, while an internal US watchdog has criticised the Internal Revenue Service for not doing so.

“If they had added VAT that would have destroyed us, there would have been no point in starting this business at all,” said Jonathan Harrison, who has a start-up working on bringing Bitcoin ATM machines to the UK. “It’s great that the UK authorities are seeing Bitcoin as an innovative technology that can help the economy.”

The European Banking Authority has warned that consumers are not protected by any refund rights under EU law when using virtual currencies for commercial transactions. China has banned its banks from handling Bitcoin, while Russia and Vietnam have declared transactions illegal.

The decision comes as the Bitcoin Foundation, the non-profit advocacy group, told the Financial Times it would redomicile to the UK this spring from the US. Some Bitcoin users see the UK as a more favourable jurisdiction in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the US government spying on the internet as well as centre of a buoyant “fin-tech” industry.

The Bitcoin Foundation, set up to develop the software that runs the currency and to lobby governments and regulators, is searching for staff and office space in London, according to board executive director Jon Matonis.
Last year HMRC had classed Bitcoin as a voucher, charging VAT on the value of the coin itself. Businesses in the UK had protested against that treatment, saying it would drive customers abroad to countries where no charge was levied. HMRC later withdrew that guidance after meetings over the course of last year.

Other taxes, such as corporation tax, would still apply. The policy applies to all business that buy, sell or exchange Bitcoin.

The total value of all Bitcoins in circulation is $6.9bn, up from $150m a year ago, according to BlockChain.info. The price of Bitcoin stood at $555 on Sunday, according to the BTC-E exchange, down from a peak of $1,242 in December.

The tax authority said: “HMRC has been working closely with the Bitcoin industry on the tax treatment of trading in Bitcoins and commission. We will be issuing guidance shortly.” Simon Dixon at Bank to the Future, which helps start-ups to raise funding and has 10 working on Bitcoin projects, said: “The Bitcoin start-up community is booming. If we get favourable regulations that will build a lot of interest from start-ups around the world to come and base themselves in London.”

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Auf jeden Fall für Europa und besonders GB ein positives Signal für die Festigung von Bitcoin

Allgemeine Gesundheitsberatung gegen Bitcoin-Zahlung. Bei Fragen einfach eine PM schicken!
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March 02, 2014, 07:16:01 PM
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Gesprächsleitfaden für das Callcenter:
  • 私のお金はどこにあるのでしょうか?
  • 私はあなたの猫を殺す!
  • 私はあなたの母親をファック!

 

Wo ist mein Geld?
I Kill Your cat!
Als für mich, es ist ein verdammt noch mal mit deiner Mutter!

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March 02, 2014, 07:20:51 PM
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aaaaaalt..

hier was neues (Vorsicht vor der Paywall..)

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/1b9f434e-a209-11e3-87f6-00144feab7de.html#axzz2upKqL75j

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Britain to scrap Bitcoin tax

By Jane Wild, Daniel Thomas and Vanessa Houlder

Britain’s tax authority plans to ditch its levy on Bitcoin trading only days after the collapse of Mt Gox, one of the virtual currency’s leading exchanges, losing almost $500m of customer deposits.

The UK’s welcoming approach to Bitcoin contrasts with the approach of other countries, amid concerns about its use for tax evasion and money laundering as well as its notoriety for wide fluctuations in value. More
In a meeting with a group of UK traders last week, HM Revenue & Customs said it would not charge the 20 per cent VAT tax on trades, which entrepreneurs had complained made their businesses globally uncompetitive. HMRC went a step further, saying it would not charge the tax on their margins either.

The ruling sidesteps the thorny question of whether to class Bitcoin as a currency, but effectively treats it as such, and bases its policy on the EU law that exempts payments and transfers of “negotiable instruments” from tax.

Governments worldwide have wrestled with the conundrum of how to deal with virtual currencies, as businesses hoping to profit from a small but growing economy have lobbied for regulation that would allow them to flourish.

Singapore has issued tax guidelines for Bitcoin, while an internal US watchdog has criticised the Internal Revenue Service for not doing so.

“If they had added VAT that would have destroyed us, there would have been no point in starting this business at all,” said Jonathan Harrison, who has a start-up working on bringing Bitcoin ATM machines to the UK. “It’s great that the UK authorities are seeing Bitcoin as an innovative technology that can help the economy.”

The European Banking Authority has warned that consumers are not protected by any refund rights under EU law when using virtual currencies for commercial transactions. China has banned its banks from handling Bitcoin, while Russia and Vietnam have declared transactions illegal.

The decision comes as the Bitcoin Foundation, the non-profit advocacy group, told the Financial Times it would redomicile to the UK this spring from the US. Some Bitcoin users see the UK as a more favourable jurisdiction in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the US government spying on the internet as well as centre of a buoyant “fin-tech” industry.

The Bitcoin Foundation, set up to develop the software that runs the currency and to lobby governments and regulators, is searching for staff and office space in London, according to board executive director Jon Matonis.
Last year HMRC had classed Bitcoin as a voucher, charging VAT on the value of the coin itself. Businesses in the UK had protested against that treatment, saying it would drive customers abroad to countries where no charge was levied. HMRC later withdrew that guidance after meetings over the course of last year.

Other taxes, such as corporation tax, would still apply. The policy applies to all business that buy, sell or exchange Bitcoin.

The total value of all Bitcoins in circulation is $6.9bn, up from $150m a year ago, according to BlockChain.info. The price of Bitcoin stood at $555 on Sunday, according to the BTC-E exchange, down from a peak of $1,242 in December.

The tax authority said: “HMRC has been working closely with the Bitcoin industry on the tax treatment of trading in Bitcoins and commission. We will be issuing guidance shortly.” Simon Dixon at Bank to the Future, which helps start-ups to raise funding and has 10 working on Bitcoin projects, said: “The Bitcoin start-up community is booming. If we get favourable regulations that will build a lot of interest from start-ups around the world to come and base themselves in London.”

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Auf jeden Fall für Europa und besonders GB ein positives Signal für die Festigung von Bitcoin


mmhh... gute nachrichten. bitte mehr davon...
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March 02, 2014, 08:06:42 PM
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Leute !!!!!!!!! Ich sehe Vorzeichen !!!!!!!!

Der Bitcoin Kurs wird ab morgen steigen !!!!

Es ist der Tag wo Hartz4, Rente und Gehalt/Lohn ausgezahlt wird!

Die Leute wollen einsteigen !!! Ich habe es eben gespürt und will es euch mitteilen.

Ab morgen geht es aufwärts und keiner hält den Bitcoin auf!
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March 02, 2014, 08:27:11 PM
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Leute !!!!!!!!! Ich sehe Vorzeichen !!!!!!!!

Der Bitcoin Kurs wird ab morgen steigen !!!!

Es ist der Tag wo Hartz4, Rente und Gehalt/Lohn ausgezahlt wird!

Die Leute wollen einsteigen !!! Ich habe es eben gespürt und will es euch mitteilen.

Ab morgen geht es aufwärts und keiner hält den Bitcoin auf!

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March 02, 2014, 09:20:05 PM
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Leute !!!!!!!!! Ich sehe Vorzeichen !!!!!!!!

Der Bitcoin Kurs wird ab morgen steigen !!!!

Es ist der Tag wo Hartz4, Rente und Gehalt/Lohn ausgezahlt wird!

Die Leute wollen einsteigen !!! Ich habe es eben gespürt und will es euch mitteilen.

Ab morgen geht es aufwärts und keiner hält den Bitcoin auf!

Den Bitcoin in seinem Lauf, hält weder Ochs noch Esel auf.  (Erich E. Neumann) Roll Eyes

Esst mehr Scheisse, millionen Fliegen können nicht irren!  Cool
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March 02, 2014, 09:29:08 PM
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Leute !!!!!!!!! Ich sehe Vorzeichen !!!!!!!!

Der Bitcoin Kurs wird ab morgen steigen !!!!

Es ist der Tag wo Hartz4, Rente und Gehalt/Lohn ausgezahlt wird!

Die Leute wollen einsteigen !!! Ich habe es eben gespürt und will es euch mitteilen.

Ab morgen geht es aufwärts und keiner hält den Bitcoin auf!

Eins muss ich dir lassen - Das war seit langem zumindest mal wieder ein Beitrag, der in das Thema Kursverlauf passt...  Cheesy
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March 02, 2014, 09:47:47 PM
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Ja so isses,

ich bin schon so nervös und starre schon jetzt gefühlt jede Minute auf den Kurs, es tut sich was großes auf meine lieben Bitcoin Jünger.
Der Bitcoin ist stark und steht seinen Mann auch im Fegefeuer dessen ihm ereilt
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Ja so isses,

ich bin schon so nervös und starre schon jetzt gefühlt jede Minute auf den Kurs, es tut sich was großes auf meine lieben Bitcoin Jünger.
Der Bitcoin ist stark und steht seinen Mann auch im Fegefeuer dessen ihm ereilt
Beruhig dich erst mal. Tief einatmen und nicht so oft auf den Monitor schauen. Vor allen Dingen nicht alles auf eine Karte setzen. Dann lebt es sich viel ruhiger.

Es gibt keine schlechten Kurse. Es gibt nur gute Kurse zum Kaufen und gute Kurse zum Verkaufen.
Kaufen oder doch lieber verkaufen? Rebalancing für Leute die sich nicht sicher sind https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2099548.0
Geldverdienen mit dem PC http://paid4systeme.de
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March 02, 2014, 10:07:48 PM
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aaaaaalt..

hier was neues (Vorsicht vor der Paywall..)

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/1b9f434e-a209-11e3-87f6-00144feab7de.html#axzz2upKqL75j

------------------------

Britain to scrap Bitcoin tax

By Jane Wild, Daniel Thomas and Vanessa Houlder

Britain’s tax authority plans to ditch its levy on Bitcoin trading only days after the collapse of Mt Gox, one of the virtual currency’s leading exchanges, losing almost $500m of customer deposits.

The UK’s welcoming approach to Bitcoin contrasts with the approach of other countries, amid concerns about its use for tax evasion and money laundering as well as its notoriety for wide fluctuations in value. More
In a meeting with a group of UK traders last week, HM Revenue & Customs said it would not charge the 20 per cent VAT tax on trades, which entrepreneurs had complained made their businesses globally uncompetitive. HMRC went a step further, saying it would not charge the tax on their margins either.

The ruling sidesteps the thorny question of whether to class Bitcoin as a currency, but effectively treats it as such, and bases its policy on the EU law that exempts payments and transfers of “negotiable instruments” from tax.

Governments worldwide have wrestled with the conundrum of how to deal with virtual currencies, as businesses hoping to profit from a small but growing economy have lobbied for regulation that would allow them to flourish.

Singapore has issued tax guidelines for Bitcoin, while an internal US watchdog has criticised the Internal Revenue Service for not doing so.

“If they had added VAT that would have destroyed us, there would have been no point in starting this business at all,” said Jonathan Harrison, who has a start-up working on bringing Bitcoin ATM machines to the UK. “It’s great that the UK authorities are seeing Bitcoin as an innovative technology that can help the economy.”

The European Banking Authority has warned that consumers are not protected by any refund rights under EU law when using virtual currencies for commercial transactions. China has banned its banks from handling Bitcoin, while Russia and Vietnam have declared transactions illegal.

The decision comes as the Bitcoin Foundation, the non-profit advocacy group, told the Financial Times it would redomicile to the UK this spring from the US. Some Bitcoin users see the UK as a more favourable jurisdiction in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the US government spying on the internet as well as centre of a buoyant “fin-tech” industry.

The Bitcoin Foundation, set up to develop the software that runs the currency and to lobby governments and regulators, is searching for staff and office space in London, according to board executive director Jon Matonis.
Last year HMRC had classed Bitcoin as a voucher, charging VAT on the value of the coin itself. Businesses in the UK had protested against that treatment, saying it would drive customers abroad to countries where no charge was levied. HMRC later withdrew that guidance after meetings over the course of last year.

Other taxes, such as corporation tax, would still apply. The policy applies to all business that buy, sell or exchange Bitcoin.

The total value of all Bitcoins in circulation is $6.9bn, up from $150m a year ago, according to BlockChain.info. The price of Bitcoin stood at $555 on Sunday, according to the BTC-E exchange, down from a peak of $1,242 in December.

The tax authority said: “HMRC has been working closely with the Bitcoin industry on the tax treatment of trading in Bitcoins and commission. We will be issuing guidance shortly.” Simon Dixon at Bank to the Future, which helps start-ups to raise funding and has 10 working on Bitcoin projects, said: “The Bitcoin start-up community is booming. If we get favourable regulations that will build a lot of interest from start-ups around the world to come and base themselves in London.”

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Auf jeden Fall für Europa und besonders GB ein positives Signal für die Festigung von Bitcoin


mmhh... gute nachrichten. bitte mehr davon...


Heist übersetzt ? Irgendwas mit regierung und Bitvcoins und groß Britannien. Hat einer kurz die Fakten für mich ?
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March 02, 2014, 10:28:27 PM
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Ja so isses,

ich bin schon so nervös und starre schon jetzt gefühlt jede Minute auf den Kurs, es tut sich was großes auf meine lieben Bitcoin Jünger.
Der Bitcoin ist stark und steht seinen Mann auch im Fegefeuer dessen ihm ereilt

Bisschen zu viel erwischt heute?

                                 
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March 02, 2014, 11:12:13 PM
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Thema Kursverlauf:

Phase "Schock" ist durch, jetzt wollen rasch wieder Gewinne gemacht werden.. Das könnte eine "Flipper"-Woche werden. Wobei sich das Weekend jetzt eher nicht flippig gezeigt hat..:-/

Was ist eigentlich mit dem Litecoin-Kurs? Wieso normalisiert sich der Kollege nicht wieder. Ist extrem tief.. Kann mir das jemand erklären?
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Was ist eigentlich mit dem Litecoin-Kurs? Wieso normalisiert sich der Kollege nicht wieder. Ist extrem tief.. Kann mir das jemand erklären?


Die meisten verkaufen lieber zu guten Preisen als zu schlechten.

Momentan ist der Wert eines Bitcoin noch über 400 Euro, das ist zwar kein Rekord aber in der jetzigen Marktsituation ein einigermaßen akzeptabler Preis, den viele zum Verkaufen nutzen. Also eher ein Verkaufspreis, da der Abwärtstrend nicht gebrochen wurde.

Sie spekulieren darauf: "Wenn ich jetzt den Bitcoin zu 400 Euro verkaufe, kann ich nächsten Monat zu 100 Euro zurückkaufen." (400% Gewinn, wenn man in BTC rechnet)

Beim Litecoin natürlich noch übler. Würde der Bitcoin bei irgendwann 100 Euro stehen, läge der Litecoin wahrscheinlich nur bei 1 Euro oder tiefer. Da Altcoins generell schwächer sind, da nur sehr geringes Interesse daran besteht, ist der Rückgang im Bärenmarkt viel extremer! Also verlassen die Ratten das sinkende Schiff.

Ob die Rechnung für diese Zocker dann wirklich aufgeht, ist fraglich. Eventuell kommen die Bullen früher als erwartet zurück?
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March 02, 2014, 11:31:57 PM
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Was ist eigentlich mit dem Litecoin-Kurs? Wieso normalisiert sich der Kollege nicht wieder. Ist extrem tief

Nicht nur der, die meisten Altcoins liegen im Gegensatz zu sonstigen Krisen überproportional am Boden...


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Da Altcoins generell schwächer sind, da nur sehr geringes Interesse daran besteht, ist der Rückgang im Bärenmarkt viel extremer!


Aber auch der Aufstieg! Wundert mich etwas, da ich denke dass es jetzt wieder langsam aber stetig nach oben gehen sollte.
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March 02, 2014, 11:41:58 PM
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Sie spekulieren darauf: "Wenn ich jetzt den Bitcoin zu 400 Euro verkaufe, kann ich nächsten Monat zu 100 Euro zurückkaufen." (400% Gewinn, wenn man in BTC rechnet)

Ob die Rechnung für diese Zocker dann wirklich aufgeht, ist fraglich. Eventuell kommen die Bullen früher als erwartet zurück?

Man muss abwarten was passiert. Aber nach der Nachricht dass Gox Insolvenz angemeldet hat, ist der Preis relativ stabil geblieben. Ob er jetzt noch stark einbricht wage ich zu bezweifeln, obwohl es möglich ist. Ich denke viele der Holder die ihre btc bei anderen Börsen liegen hatten, ziehen nen Grossteil davon ab und warten auf bessere Preise. Das Angebot an verfügbaren Coins wird somit knapper.

Es gibt keine schlechten Kurse. Es gibt nur gute Kurse zum Kaufen und gute Kurse zum Verkaufen.
Kaufen oder doch lieber verkaufen? Rebalancing für Leute die sich nicht sicher sind https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2099548.0
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