I bought and sold crypto in 2017/18 on multiple exchanges. There is no way that I can match up all of my transactions to prove capital losses. Can I sell my leftover crypto and still claim a loss or at least pay ordinary income taxes to avoid getting penalized? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)
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11-18 19:23 - 'Kyle Bass: China used a $150 million World Bank loan to build their concentration camps and are “using US capital markets to fund the development of Chinese defense systems”. Hikvision for Uyghur concentration camps i...' (youtu.be) by /u/cpclos removed from /r/Bitcoin within 11-21min
09-15 18:54 - 'So how would you expect, say, Tesla to finance capex and such so that they can produce enough cars to be profitable? Just save up their money until they can afford it? / How do you expect any business with capital needs to gr...' by /u/gasfjhagskd removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-9min
''' So how would you expect, say, Tesla to finance capex and such so that they can produce enough cars to be profitable? Just save up their money until they can afford it? How do you expect any business with capital needs to grow? Even better, say you have a great idea for a new product but you don't have the money to grow production. Microsoft catches wind and decided to pump $100M into it 24 hours later. What do you do? Just keep saving up while Microsoft beats you to market with unlimited funding? ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: gasfjhagskd
09-18 20:04 - '**New Bitcoin Mutual Fund Eases Crypto Investing for Eager-Yet-Wary Asian Investors** / [[link]] / Hong Kong-based venture capital group CMCC Global launched its Liberty Bitcoin Fund to provide crypto currency access to ac...' by /u/BitcoinAlways removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min
''' New Bitcoin Mutual Fund Eases Crypto Investing for Eager-Yet-Wary Asian Investors [[link]3 Hong Kong-based venture capital group CMCC Global launched its Liberty Bitcoin Fund to provide crypto currency access to accredited investors in Asia who are very interested but have been slow to buy the coins directly. The Liberty Bitcoin Fund is a single-asset passive tracker of Bitcoin and offers services including buying and safekeeping coins. “We have received more and more questions over the years from our existing investor base about whether we could help them buy Bitcoin,” Martin Baumann, managing partner of CMCC Global, told CoinDesk. “The new fund is really a demand-driven.” CMCC Global has set up three funds since 2016. All of the funds are focused on investments in proprietary technical infrastructure such as ethereum network where developers can build applications. The funds have raised more funding from high net worth individuals, family offices assets and institutional investors over time. The first fund in the CMCC Liquid VC series gathered $1 million while the other two successors received $3.5 million and $30 million. Baumann said the anchor investor for the third fund is one of the largest family offices in Asia, while declining to reveal the identity of the investor due to privacy and regulatory requirements. Japanese messaging app Line also invested in the third fund, Baumann added. The latest fund uses ANXONE Custody, a proprietary digital asset safekeeping system with insured wallets provided by custodian BC Group, a digital asset technology company publicly listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Growing Demand for Digital Asset Class There is rising demand for cryptocurrencies as an asset class for traditional funds, industry pros said. “As digital assets mature and gain recognition, such as being included in mutual funds and ETFs, this volatility should slowly subside, making it a more appropriate investment in multi-asset portfolios,” Kostya Etus, portfolio manager at CLS Investments, a money management firm, told CoinDesk. As digital assets grow to be perceived as a legitimate investment in portfolios, mutual funds have become one of the most accessible ways to own crypto. “Investors who prefer not to open accounts specifically for digital assets would be able to purchase mutual funds within their standard brokerage accounts and maintain all of their assets in one place.” Etus said. While cryptocurrencies might not be as stable as traditional asset classes including fixed income and equity, Etus pointed out their price movements tend to be non-correlated with other asset classes, increasing the diversification benefit of adding crypto to already diversified portfolios. Despite the benefits, volatility in digital assets such as Bitcoin is very high, sometimes moving more in one day than some asset classes do in years, Etus said. “This extreme volatility may be dangerous and detrimental to portfolio returns.” In addition, the Asia Pacific region remains one of the most deep pocketed area, with investors eager to invest across asset classes. According to a PwC [report]2 in January, assets under management in the Asia-Pacific region are expected to grow from $15.1 trillion in 2017 to $16.9 trillion in 2020, and then nearly double to $29.6 trillion by 2025, a total compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.7%. Limited Access in Asia Crypto investment in Asia is less common than you’d think. “If you are a billionaire in Hong Kong or anywhere in the world, you don’t get a ledger and tell your analyst to buy some Bitcoin for you, and then he runs away with it. That’s just doesn’t work,” Baumann said. CMCC is launching its Liberty Bitcoin Fund with the ambition to provide digital asset management services in Asia to be on par with Grayscale in the U.S., Baumann said. “Investors needed a regulated outfit in which they could invest, something like Grayscale in New York,” Baumann said. “What we’re doing here is a similar story.” When the company started to invest in digital assets in 2016, it had a hard time to find basic services such as auditing and fund administration, which would have been easy for an equity or a fixed income fund. “These things did not exist. If you approached a fund administrator, they would not work with you because they wouldn’t work with digital asset companies or crypto companies,” Baumann said. “Or if you approached the bank, you’re having a hard time getting a bank card.” “You need auditors, you need a licensed fund administrator, you need to have professional care.” he said. “We need an anti-money laundering people, and amongst others you need to have a professional custodian.” ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: BitcoinAlways 1: ww*.*o*nde*k.com/new-b*t*oin*mutual-fund-*as***c**p*o*inv*sting-fo*-e*g*r-*et*wary-asian-in*es*or* 2: www.p**.com/sg/en***s*t-ma**ge*ent/asse*s*a*set**anag*me*t-***5-asia-pacific*pdf 3: *ww.***nd*sk**om*new-b*tco*n-mutual-*un*-ea*e*-*r*pto-inv*stin**for-ea*er-yet-w*ry*asia*-*nvestors*^*1 Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
05-18 07:14 - 'LMFAO. Those countries will never implement UBI. / I love how people argue UBI communist and another group hates UBI because it props up capitalism. Make up your minds you sheeps' by /u/Nathaniel_P removed from /r/Bitcoin within 334-344min
05-18 07:14 - 'Why do exchange do not share the law so that one person in the name of the whale can not sell more than 100 bitcoins a day? / This law can protect the capital of the loss of small investors against market whales / Why in this...' by /u/hamidzich1 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 5-15min
''' Why do exchange do not share the law so that one person in the name of the whale can not sell more than 100 bitcoins a day? This law can protect the capital of the loss of small investors against market whales Why in this market should always be everything for the whales Why can anyone in the name of the whale do anything he wants to do? Why do exchange do not limit whale activity? ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: hamidzich1
Amigos que não trabalham e estão sempre com um novo "esquema" pra conseguir dinheiro
Fala galera, vim relatar uma experiência que tem se tornado mais comum no meu ciclo social ao longo dos anos. Não sei se é uma coisa da minha região, da minha geração ou dos tempos atuais, mas tem ficado cada vez mais nítido pra mim e me incomodado cada vez mais. Tem uma galera da minha idade (20-25 anos) que se recusa a trabalhar e fica inventando formas alternativas de ganhar dinheiro que, não necessariamente são ilegais ou fadadas a falhar, mas que parecem sempre ser só uma fase que claramente não vai levar a lugar nenhum. A pessoa sempre aparece empolgada pra te contar da ideia dela como se estivesse realmente empreendendo e fazendo muita grana, mas passam alguns meses e ela não só não levou a coisa pra frente, como talvez tenha até perdido dinheiro com aquilo. Minerar bitcoin, apostar em poker online, day trade, fazer revenda de motos compradas em leilão, vender cursos online de terceiros, virar influencer de instagram/youtuber, tráfico de drogas, etc... Eu fico frustrado porque sempre odiei trabalhar pros outros mas estou desde os 18 com a carteira assinada e sem tirar férias. Ralo pra caralho e mesmo passando uns perrengues de vez em quando, conquistei uma independência financeira só pra poder sair da casa dos meus pais e deixar de ser uma despesa pra eles. Só que aí, basta sair ou encontrar com meus amigos que vejo que praticamente nenhum deles trabalha, e os que dizem "trabalhar" só fazem uns esquemas desses que não vingam e deixam o cara lá vivendo de patrocínio dos pais. Os anos passam e continuam todos na mesma. Quase nenhum parece ter pressa pra correr atrás de um emprego "formal" e estão sempre satisfeitos e contentes com a ilusão do momento, achando que não precisam de experiência ou de se rebaixar a ser funcionário de alguém pra ganhar dinheiro e fundamentar uma carreira. Eu sei que não é uma regra, e que essa visão "empreendedora" deles é importante, mas também dou valor no suor do trabalho duro, embora ninguém mais pareça concordar comigo. Claro que agora eu tô aqui soando como um puta babaca e obviamente essas coisas que eu to chamando de esquemas são formas legítimas de ganhar dinheiro, mas eles esperam ser ultra bem sucedidos sem dar o mínimo de esforço, sem ter um plano B ou um plano C, sem ter uma renda fixa ou um capital inicial. Isso virou um padrão que se repete tanto, que acho que talvez seja um real problema da modernidade. Os jovens tem mais dificuldade de ingressar no mercado que está saturado em várias áreas e acabam recorrendo à essa ideia de "eu vou fazer diferente" e "eu vou ser melhor". Vocês também notam isso?
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