TL;DR: Click here to comment on FinCEN’s rule-making. If you don't have time to write your own comment you can cut and copy the text at the bottom of this page and submit it as your own. A lot has been written about the Treasury Department and FinCEN's "midnight rulemaking" efforts regarding … Read more about FinCEN’s De Facto Crypto Ban
BTC and Gold: Portfolio Management, Diversifiers, and Store of Value Here’s the question: how does bitcoin compare with gold in portfolio management, and which is a more reliable “store of value”? A store of value is an asset that can be saved, retrieved, or exchanged, while likewise … Read more about Bitcoin (BTC) vs Gold Comparison
Earlier this month, a slide deck given by the US Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) Criminal Investigation division became widely available via a taxation professional’s Twitter. Comprised of nearly 180 slides, the document claims to lay the framework for an IRS crackdown on bitcoin tax evasion by … Read more about Presentation Suggests IRS Plan to Investigate Bitcoin Activity
The following article is part of a series of guest posts by Ben Lakoff. Mr. Lakoff is an entrepreneur and finance professional. He has a wide area of expertise including raising capital, corporate finance, investing, and start-up strategy. The content of this post is not intended as legal, … Read more about Bitcoin: an Alternative Asset for Diversified Portfolio Management
The following article is the first in a series of guest posts by Ben Lakoff. Mr. Lakoff is an entrepreneur and finance professional. He has a wide area of expertise including raising capital, corporate finance, investing, and start-up strategy. The content of this post is not intended as legal, … Read more about DeFi: What Is It and Why It Is Important
This week, one of the largest cryptocurrency holding companies in the world took a critical step towards publicly trading in the United States. Operating out of Singapore, BTHMB signed a binding letter of intent with Blockchain Industries (BCII), a U.S. holding company specializing in investment … Read more about Singapore Cryptocurrency Company Looking to Publicly Trade in the U.S.
Beginning today, November 26, 2018, Ohio will be the first US state to accept Bitcoin payments for more than 20 kinds of state business taxes. Payments made in Bitcoin will be made through third-party payment service BitPay. The Ohio Treasurer's website lists the 23 kinds of business taxes that can … Read more about Ohio Now Accepting Bitcoin for Tax Payments
Google has announced a reversal of their cryptocurrency advertising ban, which was initially implemented in March of 2018. The initial advertising ban, according to a Google blog post, included: “Cryptocurrencies and related content (including but not limited to initial coin offerings, … Read more about Google Reverses Cryptocurrency Ad Ban