Paying taxes on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is becoming a priority for individuals in the US after the IRS announced on July 2nd, 2018 that one of their core campaigns and focuses for the year is the taxation of virtual currencies. Because cryptocurrencies are treated as property in the eyes of the law, they are subject to capital gains and losses rules just like stocks, bonds, real estate, and other forms of property. The challenge with cryptocurrency in regards to taxes is that the data making up your crypto buys, sells, trades, transfers, mining income, forks, splits, air drops, wallet

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