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  1. no op 589 is tomorrow, they are celebrating new years today but tomorrow they will use their gifts to buy
  2. go short it then genius, oh wait you wont cause you dont believe the **** coming out your mouth
  3. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZJoJWQapVQo
  4. Retitle for 2019 OP. lets continue to preach the good news of 589 to **** people off further, its hilarious
  5. Does it make me crazy if I think 5 more days is more than enough time for xrp to reach 589? I literally cant sleep anymore, just so anxious/excited for it. Quit my job last weekend.
  6. Lol go drink some tea, we stick to $ here.
  7. I keep seeing hundreds of banks signed with ripple, just wondering once they start using xrp what would the price need to be? I remember a tweet from Schquats saying $20 but I might be missremebering it.. Thanks
  8. It is sad Alex started out noble but then become like the rest of youtubers, becoming a salesman for merch. Money corrupts everyone I guess.
  9. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/revenue-and-customs-brief-9-2014-bitcoin-and-other-cryptocurrencies/revenue-and-customs-brief-9-2014-bitcoin-and-other-cryptocurrencies "CT, IT and CGT treatment of Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies As with any other activity, whether the treatment of income received from, and charges made in connection with, activities involving Bitcoin and other similar cryptocurrencies will be subject to CT, IT or CGT depends on the activities and the parties involved. Whether any profit or gain is chargeable or any loss is allowable will be looked at on a case-by-case basis taking into account the specific facts. Each case will be considered on the basis of its own individual facts and circumstances. The relevant legislation and case law will be applied to determine the correct tax treatment. Therefore, depending on the facts, a transaction may be so highly speculative that it is not taxable or any losses relievable.. For example gambling or betting wins are not taxable and gambling losses cannot be offset against other taxable profits." Just PHONE them up, like I did. If you are like me who buys and sells crypto for fiat without trying to sell services/goods as a business then youre good! I've sold >£300,000 worth of xrp, phoned HMRC up, told them all relevant facts and they said it wouldn't be taxed at all. They mentioned its just like gambling, unless you are a certified trader. It also helps with my accountant being smart unlike most accountants who google the first thing they find. I cringe at all the people paying tax when they dont need to due to pure laziness on their part. I'll stop replying about this now, not looking to help blind people.
  10. So you guys are saying the Exchanges are behind this and manipulating the prices? Oh good god, do you like Alex Jones too?
  11. You cut off the important bit "depends on the activities and the parties involved." If you have a service like a shop that sells in that then yes it would apply, for a regular trader this would not. Phone HMRC up yourself, they will quiz you. Stop being retarded and paying tax when you dont need to.
  12. Lol what? How would regulation help that? This is simply a large sell order, which can be done on any markets.. theres nothing illegal at all about it. The only reason we see such drastic changes in prices is due to low volume in crypto compared to stocks. Are you saying when crypto is regulated people won't be allowed to do large sell orders? LOL
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