Cryptocurrency is becoming more popular and influential every day. However, even with more investors taking a chance on new cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Ripple, many are still confused about how they should treat their assets for federal income tax purposes. The IRS only issued guidance on this topic in 2014. What is clear is that cryptocurrencies are treated as capital assets as long as they are not converted into cash. This means that the capital gains regulations are
The Saint John the Theologian in Koropi Magnesia is the first in the world Orthodox church that accepts Bitcoin BTC as donations. Koropi is a village in the municipal unit of Milies, Magnesia regional unit, Greece. situated on the Pelion peninsula, on the coast of the Pagasetic Gulf. The original writing is Ο Άγιος Ιωάννης Θεολόγος στην Κορόπη Μαγνησίας
Worth to remind that first church that started accepting Credit Cards got a place in Guinness Book marked as religious innovation. … Continue Reading
Obyte known before as Byteball with anonymous coin in the system called Blackbytes is really overlooked by investors despite running smooth since years with amazing technology and protocol that many other projects are far away from.