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When Satoshi Nakamoto posted his paper on the internet entitled Bitcoin:A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System in November 2008 very few people gave the idea a chance. When the Bitcoin network was introduced in January 2009 most viewed the project as doomed with skeptics labeling it a Ponzi scheme or money laundering platform. Whilst Bitcoin has been banned in China, it has been embraced in Canada and USA, with the setting up of regulatory frameworks in progress. With its acceptability gathering momentum at a phenomenal pace, Bitcoin pauses regulatory challenges to authorities on how to treat the cryptocurrency for tax and accounting purposes.
In May 2014 the USA Internal Revenue Services, (IRS) issued guidance on the treatment of Bitcoin by taxpayers. The summary being that Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are not money but capital assets meaning that the capital gains rules apply to any
gains or losses.
This article seeks to take an in-depth analysis into the Bitcoin world.

What is Bitcoin?

Definition: Bitcoin is a type of digital currency or cryptocurrency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the t…
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rudsof29 18 July

Interesting. Thank you.

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good approach to the topic, useful!

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noyarsh 30 July

wow great article!

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The 5th of June 2014 European Central Bank (ECB) governing council meeting made the following monetary policy resolutions:
  1. "The interest rate on the main refinancing operations of the Eurosystem will be decreased by 10 basis points to 0.15%, starting from the operation to be settled on 11 June 2014
  2. The interest rate on the marginal lending facility will be decreased by 35 basis points to 0.40%, with effect from 11 June 2014.
  3. The interest rate on the deposit facility will be decreased by 10 basis points to -0.10%, with effect from 11 June 2014."
As highlighted in the article All Eyes on the 5 June European Central Bank Meeting, these measures are meant to address the low inflation and economic growth problems being faced by the euro area.
The question and answer segment of the press conference provided some interesting views. In response to the question on the strength of the Euro and the possibility of seeing the euro fall back to the initial level against the dollar at 1.17 the ECB president Mario Draghi had this to say, “the exchange rate is not a policy target, but it's very important for price stability and growth.” He also went further saying, “First, th
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eva1207 26 June

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Florentia 27 June

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Omela 28 June

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Skif 30 June

yes, excellent info

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well done! good

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