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Crypto Tax Guidelines Leave More Questions Than Answers

Crypto Tax Guidelines Leave More Questions Than Answers Cryptocurrency holders have long wrestled with their tax obligations. These fiduciary duties have been complicated by tax agencies, which are several steps behind technology and now playing crypto catch-up. Updated guidelines from the U.S. and U.K.’s tax agencies were finally released this […]

More Filthy Fiat: Two Dozen Central Banks Ramp up the Printing Presses

More Filthy Fiat: Two Dozen Central Banks Ramp up the Printing Presses The global economy seems to be heading toward a financial crisis fueled by central planners that could devastate markets worldwide. This year onlookers are witnessing the largest synchronization of central banks printing massive amounts of fiat or participating […]

More Nations Join the Club of Crypto-Friendly Jurisdictions

More Nations Join the Club of Crypto-Friendly Jurisdictions Regulatory barriers are a major concern for businesses working with decentralized assets. Not all governments, however, are putting obstacles in front of crypto companies. In fact the number taking a crypto-friendly stance is in fact increasing. Also read: Ukraine in a Rush […]

Trump Pressures Fed for More Rate Cuts as Mega Banks Drain the Balance Sheet

Trump Pressures Fed for More Rate Cuts as Mega Banks Drain the Balance Sheet U.S. President Donald Trump is pressuring the central bank to cut interest rates even further as a spike in oil prices has offset the Federal Reserve’s ‘normalization’ tactics like rate-cutting and overnight repos. Additionally, the mega […]

Crypto Needs Less Government Regulation – Not More

Crypto Needs Less Government Regulation – Not More A recent opinion article by Peter Lin, “Why Regulation Is The Best Thing For Crypto,” presents common arguments on why the state and state-affiliated institutions should administer cryptocurrency. Underlying the arguments is an assumption: the free market cannot provide necessary standards for […]