Few Customers in the US Report Cryptocurrency Trading to Tax Authorities
According to Credit Karma, less than 0.04 percent of people, who have filed federal taxes this year via the financial service, reported cryptocurrency transactions to the U.S. tax collection agency – Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS considers Bitcoin as property for federal tax purposes and not as currency since March 2014, which means that […]
Do Digital Currencies Issued by a Government Pose a Threat?
Swiss central banker shared her concerns about government-issued cryptocurrencies.
22 European Countries Sign Blockchain Partnership Declaration
22 European countries have signed a Declaration on the Establishment of a European Blockchain Partnership.
23,872 Websites Mine Cryptocurrencies Using Computers of Visitors
More than 20000 websites are infected with crypto-mining scripts and are mining cryptocurrencies via devices of their visitors.
74 Beauty Clinics in Japan now accept payments in Bitcoins
Clients of beauty clinics in Japan can now enjoy cosmetic procedures and pay with Bitcoins.
Price of Bitcoin Will Reach $250K by 2022
Tim Draper predicts a spectacular growth for Bitcoin.
Women’s Cryptocurrency Conference Will Be Held in the Russian Capital
Female cryptocurrency conference to be held in Moscow.
Gambler Wins €6.7 Million Playing a Slot Game on His Mobile
Mobile gambler hits a huge jackpot playing the NetEnt’s slot game.
Blockchain Can Be Applied Prospectively in Finance, Healthcare, Insurance – Head of the IMF
Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) expressed the view that the blockchain technology has great potential and among other areas of application could be useful in the financial sector and healthcare industry.laga
Telegram Will Use Bitcoin to Get Around Ban in Russia
Telegram founder will invest Bitcoins in proxy and VPN companies.
Italian Regulator Introduces an Option of Self-Exclusion for Addicted Gamblers
Italian gamblers can now self-ban from online casinos.
Blockchain Could Contribute to Fight Against Misinformation & Fake News
The European Commission believes the blockchain technology could serve as a medium of ensuring reliability and transparency of news published on the web.