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September 04, 2018, 08:00:34 AM
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I think there will be more individuals utilizing bitcoin later on, so the administration will have a few measures, maybe first to assess the trade, and afterward impose your encoded cash satchel. Proper assessment is a critical piece of network advancement, just more nations bolster bitcoin to make the network quick improvement.
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September 04, 2018, 08:15:15 AM
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Taxes drawn by the government from citizens not only come from wealth of money, but from various things, ranging from land, buildings, vehicles, luxury goods, company assets, tourism, tobacco excise, and so on. So it is not a problem for the government, if the government does not know that its citizens have large assets in crypto, but if the government knows, there may be regulation of crypto taxes.

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September 05, 2018, 10:01:19 PM
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We still do not understand that bitcoin - like any other currency - does not create value, but simply measures it.
So, there will not be any help to the economy.

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September 05, 2018, 11:06:23 PM
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It seems to me that we forgets that all life is an experiment, and all human efforts are merely an attempt to bring order into "cosmic" chaos.
Bitcoins - like all other kind money, or gold - are only human creations, therefore inevitably imperfect and destined sooner or later to be replaced.
We can only try to intercept trends, and to earn something.
It would already be a very good result ... Smiley
But what you are missing is that money last for a very long time, the dollar has existed for hundreds of years, and there are even currencies that are older than that, gold has been used as money for thousands of years, so even if something better came along that doesn't mean that bitcoin will disappear, bitcoin will still be here and will allow you to earn profits if you're smart about it.
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September 05, 2018, 11:40:07 PM
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maybe in the future bitcoin will dominate the world economic sector, but there will definitely be regulations that govern and bitcoiners cannot freely trade because they have to pay taxes from each transaction. However, the decentralization system will be difficult for the government to accept because it can disrupt economic stability.
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September 06, 2018, 12:24:37 AM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.



but I think that bitcoin can grow a nation's economy, if the government wants to provide regulation for the use of bitcoin. with good regulation and good governance maybe bitcoin can reduce the level of poverty in a country.
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September 06, 2018, 12:41:32 AM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.



Most of the countries declared Bitcoin is legal which mean people who lives in these Bitcoin countries are oblige to pay taxes according to their regulation policies thefore expect that their economy will become strong because of the tax collections. But if Bitcoin is not legal but not ban still expect economy will boost as Bitcoin is just for investment only to earn more fiat making the purchasing power of the people to become strong which is a big help to their economy too.

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September 06, 2018, 12:54:04 AM
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September 06, 2018, 02:06:42 AM
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The cryptocurrency market, being one of the hottest trade and investment market these days, running behind the real estate and stock market has a very big potential.
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September 06, 2018, 02:16:11 AM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.


Surely the government will think of taxing the income of every citizen. Because if there are too many people entering the Crypto market in a country, human resources will be greatly reduced and will greatly affect the country.

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September 06, 2018, 02:39:03 AM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.




tax is only a part of which a country runs, it does not mean that all their earnings and funds comes from tax paid by the people, not all people are paying tax, like the unemployed, the minor aged and senior citizen, even all people do crypto, it will not affect the development projects of a country, in fact, in can help the economy because bitcoin creates jobs for the poor and unemployed, it creates services that paid in crypto, it attracts foreign currencies when converted to dollars. possessing virtual wallet with huge bitcoin funds are not taxed but when a crypto user wanted to convert into fiats, it has fees which i think part of that fee are including taxes hidden as service fees.

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September 06, 2018, 02:43:47 AM
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Bitcoin is being used as a digital currency in many countries. As a result, the economy of the country is connected with Bitcoin. Bitcoin will occupy an important place in the financial sector with the increasing use of Bitcoin.
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September 06, 2018, 02:47:24 AM
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actually, when it arrived, where almost all people used crypto, it would not make the government lose, even though there was no income from taxes, but I was sure that the income of the people would increase so that the purchasing power would increase, if that happened then the economy would progress and the inflation rate will drop, the government will definitely find a point or gap where they can earn income, because I believe cripto cannot progress by walking alone without government interference
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September 06, 2018, 02:50:43 AM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.


It's easy, the government will find ways to tax citizens. Because the income from the Crypto market is huge. I was a student but I was able to earn over $ 6k in 7 months. The government will know this soon and there will be taxation.

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September 06, 2018, 05:32:52 AM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.


in my personal opinion, a country where 80% of its citizens are involved with crypto.
it will improve the country's economy.
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September 06, 2018, 06:00:01 AM
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In my opinion, Bitcoin closely related to the economy nowadays, let alone the economy that concerns a government or a country. Bitcoin can make the economy of a government or a developing country if bitcoin grows rapidly. Therefore, this development must be accompanied by cooperation on both parties.


in my opinion the appropriate tax is an important part of community development, only more countries are supporting bitcoin to make a rapid development of the community.
I think there will be more people using bitcoin in the future, so the government will have a few steps, maybe first to exchange taxes, and then tax your encrypted money wallet.
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September 06, 2018, 05:30:40 PM
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Bitcoin has little relationship with the economy: buying and selling in one currency rather than another does not change the nature of the trade.
Bitcoin has much more relationship with politics: if it manages to undermine the old centers of power, there will be many surprises. Smiley

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September 06, 2018, 05:42:39 PM
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We all know that the development of a certain country comes from the taxes of its citizens, and we all know people who engage bitcoin don't pay taxes to the government, what will happen to a country where 80% of its citizens engage in cryptocurrency?

There is a big possibility that this things might happen In the future because bitcoin is growing faster and very known today.


Not paying taxes by 80% of the country's population would lead to a catastrophe in all spheres of life.
There would be no new roads, schools, public areas, transport, etc. Both urban and rural infrastructure will be gradually destroying and there will be chaos in the streets because of lack of money to pay to police and other law enforcement bodies.
I just wonder is that really the price people wanna pay for the unlimited use of cryptocurrencies?
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September 06, 2018, 06:20:22 PM
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Now most people do not even know what bitkoyn is. When it turns out 80% of citizens, then the government will already come up with levers of management and levy taxes on trade with bitkoynym.



I think if bitcoin users don't pay taxes directly, they will pay it indirectly. More than the government can accept bitcoin completely and impose taxes on users even if bitcoin is decentralized.
Talking about tax involves a very broad discussion. there are two types of taxes, direct taxes and indirect taxes,
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September 06, 2018, 06:42:09 PM
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Bitcoin is the number one coin in cryptocurrency and bitcoin is very helpful for the economy of people in this world, especially those who use bitcoin.
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