Bitcoin overview this Monday shows a crypto winter slowly decreasing. Yahoo disrupts rumors about a growing list of countries that are less apt to apprehend your crypto profits a very good example of how bitcoin community should treat one another is the attitude of good-hearted gambler between bitcoin core and bitcoin cash.
It was reported this week that: “Pantera Capital, an investment firm exclusively operating in the cryptocurrency and distributed ledger technology sectors, has published a letter predicting that bitcoin has established the low for its current bear market. Pantera cites a number of factors as informing its market outlook.”
One of these factors is taxes on capital gains. Enthusiasts expect many billions from taxes. “Pantera also states that ‘It’s highly likely’ for the price of bitcoin to exceed its previous record highs of $20,000 ‘within a year,’ asserting that ‘A wall of institutional money will drive’ the growth in price.”
Until then, readers are advised to start looking for places to stay in countries like Germany, Slovenia, Denmark, Belarus, South Korea, Singapore. This move is to help save money from the tax man, and these countries are among the most advantageous to explore because their taxes on bitcoin are not too high.
An emphasis is laid on how many “jurisdictions have yet to update their tax laws to encompass cryptocurrencies. Rules governing taxation are often incoherent and very different even in countries that are part of a common space. In the European Union, for instance, tax rates in member-states vary between 0 and 50%.”
How many times do you think the bitcoin has been forked? As you might have never heard of bitcoin minor, not bitcoin king or bitcoin boy. An investigation has revealed that the bitcoin might have been forked close to 70 times.
The findings were summarized in this manner: how forking “bitcoin used to be a rarity. Then it became the norm. And then it became a meme, with anyone and everyone forking bitcoin on a weekly basis. There have now been a total of 69 bitcoin forks plus another 18 altcoin forks. Holders of bitcoin, monero, ethereum, and litecoin can claim almost 80 additional coins for free. Whether it’s worth their time to do so, however, is another matter.”