Last month Bitcoin Magazine reported that Bitcoin Tracker One, the first Bitcoin-based security available on a regulated exchange, started trading on Nasdaq Stockholm. Now, Bitcoin Tracker One, a prod... Read More
The second part of this series discussed situations in which Bitcoin transactions would definitely be considered ordinary income and also possible tax treatment for Bitcoin as a currency. For almost... Read More
Bitcoins and Crypto-currency themselves do not count as Capital Gains for the purposes of Capitals Gains Tax (CGT). It is only at the point of conversion to fiat that CGT becomes recognizable (when to... Read More
FINRA, the self-regulatory organization for US brokers, is to host a blockchain event in New York next month.
Dubbed the Blockchain Symposium, the event will be held at the Park Central Hotel on 13... Read More
Analysis: What 2019 Could Bring for Bitcoin
Trading in altcoins was a big part of what made Bitcoin price spike towards the end of 2017. A section of the crypto space argues that while altcoins helped Bitcoin’s market cap swell, they also bro
Bitcoin Cash Going Down as Stellar Warms up
Bitcoin Cash’s market cap has been cut in half since the Nov. 15 hardfork which birthed the Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV chains. Now at a mere $3.5 bln and a unit price of ~$201 as at the time of writ
300k User Data from Chinese Auto Finance Platform Sold For One Bitcoin on Dark Web
It is revealed that 300,000 pieces of user data from a Chinese auto finance platform Jiurong were compromised and priced at one bitcoin on the dark web.
According to the leaked data posted, persona
Heyday of Bitcoin Mining Rigs Business at China’s Huaqiangbei is Over Amid Crypto Market Carnage
Bitcoin price slumped to a 13-month low of about $4,300 on Wednesday, making mining the world’s leading digital currency an unprofitable business. A lot of mall miners, mining rigs dealers and minin