Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency first developed in 2009. Most Bitcoin-related questions should be asked at the Bitcoin Stack Exchange.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
1answer
59 views

Do I need to report to FInCEN if I had greater than $10,000 worth of bitcoin in a foreign bitcoin exchange?

I have heard that FinCEN requires people in the U.S. to report foreign financial accounts with greater than $10,000 in them. This is the FBAR if I'm not mistaken. Do I need to report to FInCEN if I ...
-5
votes
3answers
116 views

Is Bitcoin a commodity or a currency [duplicate]

Bitcoin can be classified as a currency as it can be used as an medium of exchange or classified as an commodity given its speculative and volatile nature. What should we classify Bitcoin as ??
0
votes
2answers
118 views

Micro-Investing vs. cryptocurrencies vs. Forex trading

i am a student with a small monthly income. i wan to take about 20-10 % of it for a medium-risk investment , and i was wondering what would be the best option. my personal banker does not have an ...
0
votes
1answer
116 views

Do UK tax rules allow you to hold Bitcoin in a SIPP?

Do United Kingdom tax rules allow you to hold Bitcoin in a self-invested pension plan?
6
votes
1answer
126 views

Where to categorize crypto-currencies

In Germany, crypto-currencies like Bitcoin are all over the news lately, making me aware of the fact I don't know much about them. A journalistic TV program I was watching yesterday even claimed ...
7
votes
2answers
121 views

Taxation from variations in currency

Assuming: I am a UK tax payer I live in the UK Assume I sell a good online, for $100. One payment method I accept is Bitcoins. Bitcoins at the moment are extremely volatile, it wouldn't surprise ...
10
votes
3answers
547 views

When and how should I pay taxes on ForEx trades?

I am an Israeli citizen. I've bought BitCoin (let us agree for sake of discussion it is a currency) using US dollars. Let's also assume I never convert the bitcoins to any other currency (but instead ...