this by asking Reddit to review the censorship team. I'm going to put a couple of scenarios here to see how that would work, or what the most efficient way of doing that would be (to be able to pay less taxes). Dashjr (can't edit the headline!) * edit: To be clear I am not working on UBI either: What I meant is that the community would trust Luke to work on the right Bitcoin related tasks. I haven't seen anyone reporting on this so I thought I'd let you all know, if you want to use OKCoin then use the international version. No one telling luke do this specific task otherwise funding dries. I woke up on Friday to a phone call from OKCoin telling me withdrawals had been frozen on my account and I'd need to verify my details (passport, residence info etc). How about, if I want everything to fall under long term capitals gains tax, how'd it work if the.2 BTC are exchanged for fiat on the exchange, but aren't cashed out to your bank until a year later (amount of time for the gains. What it began as an amazingly vibrant community have been lately silenced lot of debates because they don't want to discuss about the biggest cryptocurrency. When I logged in, I was greeted with this banner, and quite right, I was unable to withdraw.
I miten ostaa bitcoin uk coinbase mean, you don't have access to the money in your bank account, yet. Apparently my country is not supported, nor is any country really. The Chinese OKCoin as of Saturday only supports mainland China, if you are not in mainland China and have been using this exchange to avoid trading fees, I highly recommend you withdraw now if you can. Deposits have also been disabled. Maybe using the term UBI was missleading. Any advice would be much appreciated, thanks. Or would the short-term tax only apply to the.2 total BTC I accumulated during the year, and long-term capitals gains tax would apply to the rest? I'm a tax newbie so I'm just trying to figure out how this works.