Questions tagged [cryptocurrency]

A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography to secure transaction records, to control the creation of additional coins, and to verify the transfer of coin ownership.

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Can I reduce the capital gain on which I have to pay taxes if the previous year I had big losses?

Suppose this year I have a capital gain of 200 thousand pounds, but last year I had a loss of 50 thousand pounds... this year can I pay taxes only on 150 thousand pounds of capital gain? And what if ...
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gnucash: How to set currency of a stocks account? Moving stocks from one stock account to another with different currencies

I am using gnucash for tracking my stocks, ETFs and cryptocurrencies. For the latter, I often heard the recommendation to treat them as a security. As such, I added a CRYPTO namespace in the ...
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How to calculate the capital gains with cryptocurrencies, to be correctly taxed in France?

I have been investing recently in cryptocurrencies, and if I were to make any profit, the capital gains will have to be taxed. If I have losses, I must also declare them properly. I am located in ...
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How do companies' Bitcoin (or other proof-of-work cryptocurrencies) holdings impact their ESG ratings?

When I land on the Morningstar page for a fund, for example Legal & General Future World Climate Change Equity Factors Index Fund, or a Blackrock iShares ETF page, for example iShares MSCI World, ...
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Algorithm to minimize capital gains tax

I've made thousands of cryptocurrency trades and have them in a CSV file with the necessary fair market values. I'd like to use the specific-shares cost basis method to minimize my gains. Is there a ...
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Daily spread measure for products in crypto exchanges?

I'm now trying to trade in crypto, and I want to get a measure of the liquidity of products listed in exchange. Trading volume is a good measure, and easy to obtain. Spread is also a good measure, ...
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Holding Period Algorithms and the Blockchain

According to this interview, taxation holding periods in the United States for cryptocurrency can be determined by FIFO (First In First Out), LIFO (Last In First Out), or a more flexible option called ...
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Cryptocurrency Exchange: Does coinbase charge you for gas fees?

I'm reading this article which says coinbase could charge you for gas fees. However, when Ethereum gets congested, Coinbase will charge you for gas fees too. When it comes to gas, Uniswap and ...
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What is the difference between Tether & USD Coin?

How are Tether (USDT) & USD Coin (USDC) different and what advantage is there to using one over the other or are they the same? Tether has a somewhat shady past & is no longer backed 1:1 by ...
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How do you treat interest (both simple and compound) earned on cryptocurrencies?

Currently, on an exchange platform, I am pledging about 10 BCH (approx. $2800) which should earn interest p.a. of 8 % paid out every three months. The interest is paid in BCH, meaning that 8% of 10 ...
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How to set take profit when there is no position yet

I'm trading on binance futures and sometimes I see a nice (for example) resistance level. I then set a limit sell order so that if price reached that level I sell x coins. However I would also like to ...
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Will employees paid in Bitcoin, etc be subject to capital gains upon transferring to fiat in the US?

A company is able to pay its employees either partially or at 100% in Bitcoin. The company reports and withholds the appropriate USD equivalent on the employee's tax return. If the employee holds the ...
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Are uninsured financial institutions riskier places to keep my wealth, now that cryptocurrencies make embezzlement easier?

Suppose that one or more high-level officers at a stock brokerage, or other retail financial institution, decide to embezzle most of the assets held there. The embezzlers liquidate the assets into ...
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Taxation of capital gains by USA from cryptocurrency of Russian student on an F-1 visa

I am from Russia and I currently study in the US on F-1 visa. Last year I did some cryptocurrency trading which is taxed as capital gains in the US. US-Russia tax treaty says that: Capital gains on ...
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Market neutral strategy with leverage and perpetual swaps?

What is a "perpetual swap"? In cryptocurrency exchanges, there is a financial product called "perpetual swap". (It is also called as "perpetual futures" or "...