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1 minute ago, Baka said:

Everyone getting aggressiv here for some -20%? 

How will it be when bears will be back?

Calm down guys please

Don't count me to everybody because i just try to have a normal conversation and the reaction is that he's going to ....my mother, so screw him,

i did report him to the mods, because i don't like to be insulted in any language.

 

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I was participating undercover :).  The trolls became too overwhelming while XRP was in the dumps, I figure its safe to come out again.

There are actually several lawyers in the crypto space who have analysed the case extremely closely explaining how the case will likely play out. Given that these lawyers are either BTC or ETH maxis a

These threads are being derailed by childish banter, could you please keep things on topic and move your chit chat elsewhere. The forum is becoming less interesting for many of us.

6 minutes ago, HenrySeldom said:

Then I gotta pay taxes on those XRP sales. No thanks. 

Taxes likens death. Can't avoid it as long as you can take more profits overall

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2 hours ago, billion said:

Another great video from blockchain backer, not to spam this thread but highly recommend for those of us in doubt!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aE4Ik-zaIGQ&ab_channel=BlockchainBacker

 

Thanks friend. That (imho) was well worth the viewing. Both informative and somewhat reassuring :) 

And it also gives us what to watch out for in the coming days ahead...

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8 minutes ago, HenrySeldom said:

Then I gotta pay taxes on those XRP sales. No thanks. 

Do you happen to know if in US we pay no taxes on the first 20k of any realized long-term capital gains ?
( I recall reading that, and not it's seem a potentially useful thing to get confirmed... )

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3 hours ago, JASCoder said:

Do you happen to know if in US we pay no taxes on the first 20k of any realized long-term capital gains ?
( I recall reading that, and not it's seem a potentially useful thing to get confirmed... )

It depends on your total income for the year. See image for 2021 rates. If you are a single filer and have an income between 40400 to 445000 (including long term income) your tax rate for the long term component is 15%.

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