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“CRYPTOCURRENCIES ARE GOING TO DISPLACE ROUGHLY 25% OF NATIONAL CURRENCIES BY 2030.” – THOMAS FREY Posted on 2 March 2018 by BlockchainJournal

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Just now, Zerp_Legend said:

Seems that getting listed on big exchanges or having forks is the only way for cryptos to rise These days while solid News do nothing

Retail Investors Enmass Have Flocked To The Alts Today, Amazing...

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36 minutes ago, LeXuZ said:

I would love to see the 1$ again....

Use it and buy more! Im hoping for that price untill september so i can reach my xrp goal :D 


We're all certain that it will rise eventually this year :)

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Good morning everyone. Very delighted to see BTC going up and XRP going down despite a new partnership. If this reversed bubble bursts, we must be able to see prices above $10,-. I mean, think about it!!! With so much good news the upward movement is strong, but some force is pressing it down. At one point the pressure is too high and the mooning starts.

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This new interview http://bi.11fs.com/36 (starts around 36:00 and what to expect announced at 54:10) they also say we should look into more corridors open up, more pilots announced and xRapid pilots moving to production  So that was good hints that everybody is happy with their pilots!!

I know more follow this thread so added it here also so everybody gets the good news :D

Edited by steffenmanden

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48 minutes ago, Psylon said:

If they do not then it could be challenged to the ECJ apparently.

Coincidence: An article in today's news is stating that tax inspection in Belgium is ' increasing the hunt' (literal translation) on people investing in cryptocoins as they should pay 33% taxes on their profits but often don't declare it in their tax form.

Who can blame them? 33% is ridiculously high

 

Edit: Apparently the 33% is only since the end of last year...

Edited by stvv

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2 minutes ago, stvv said:

Coincidence: An article in today's news is stating that tax inspection in Belgium is ' increasing the hunt' (literal translation) on people investing in cryptocoins as they should pay 33% taxes on their profits but often don't declare it in their tax form.

Who can blame them? 33% is ridiculously high

 

Edit: Apparently the 33% is only since the end of last year...

Here in The Netherlands up to 75,000 euros: 0.86 percent, of which 25,000 tax-free (with a tax partner that is 50,000 euros)
From 75.001 up to and including 975.000 euro: 1.38 percent
From 975,001 euro: 1.61 percent.

Sounds way better...

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13 minutes ago, John_Buh said:

Well, the real schnell zug is the TGV - that thing gets up and goes.

The best is still Frecciarossa in Italy, an absolute joy to travel with

Edited by Zerp_Legend

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Just now, LeXuZ said:

Here in The Netherlands up to 75,000 euros: 0.86 percent, of which 25,000 tax-free (with a tax partner that is 50,000 euros)
From 75.001 up to and including 975.000 euro: 1.38 percent
From 975,001 euro: 1.61 percent.

Sounds way better...

The Netherlands has really figured out simplicity in taxation.  At the other extreme is the US, where the average taxpayer has to spend 30 hours to navigate the arch stupidity of the tax hairball.

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2 minutes ago, LeXuZ said:

Here in The Netherlands up to 75,000 euros: 0.86 percent, of which 25,000 tax-free (with a tax partner that is 50,000 euros)
From 75.001 up to and including 975.000 euro: 1.38 percent
From 975,001 euro: 1.61 percent.

Sounds way better...

try 52% here in Denmark :P

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