Making Money in Bitcoin Markets? Don’t Forget About Crypto Taxes

Making Money in Bitcoin Markets? Don’t Forget About Crypto Taxes

It feels like 2017 all over again. The price of Bitcoin surged to reach an all-time high at the end of November. As a result, anyone who bought Bitcoin right at 2017’s peak moved out of the red and back into positive gains. Prices could go even higher. The Stock-to-Flow (S&F) forecast model is showing […]


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