Take Cover Aussies – The Tax Man Is Coming

Taxing cryptocurrency owners, or in fact, chasing them around the world has become a thing now. It all started when Spain made the controversial announcement that they were going to start looking for crypto owners in the country, track their trading habits and tax them accordingly.

Although it looks unfair from the surface, it is still within the law. If cryptos are considered as tradable assets than the government is entitled the gains.

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Crypto and eSports Were Made for Each Other

Cryptocurrencies and eSports share more in common than most people realize. In fact, most people see these two industries as something completely different. One tackles finance while the other focuses on video games, when in fact these two features are intertwined. Video games themselves, the ones you'd find on Steam that are primarily focused on single player experiences, can be ruled out, even if they come with multiplayer options. The whole essence of eSports is …

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Do Cryptocurrency Ad Bans Prevent Scams?

Cryptocurrency scams have been such a plague on the market that many people have completely avoided the trading process as they are afraid of falling into a trap and losing their hard earned money for nothing.

Because of such a massive deterrent, crypto companies started branding strategies in a different way, to distinguish themselves from unreliable exchanges and service providers. Usually, these types of campaigns are only accessible by large companies due to costs involved, …

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Shut Up – Tim’s Two Cents #47

Tim's Two Cents #47

This is episode 47 of Tim's Two Cents, the hypest podcast on your feed every week.

Tim's letting it all hang out and he's hoping you'll join him. This one's all about taking back vice from the hands of busybodies with nothing better to do than coddle themselves. We're all adults aren't we?

Maybe. But Tim has some thoughts this week on just what makes our modern nanny-state governments so obnoxious. At times, they're even …

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Crypto Predictions That Didn’t Come True in 2019

The year 2018 was rough for cryptocurrency. Bitcoin rang in the new year with prices above $20k, then gradually crashed for the next 11 months. Throughout 2018, people made numerous predictions about cryptocurrencies that were to have come true by 2019. And while some crypto analysts have good track records, many predictions definitely did not hold true (at least thus far in 2019). In fact, for almost a year straight, crypto gamblers who shorted BTC …

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Ornery Young Man – Tim’s Two Cents #46

Tim's Two Cents #46

This is episode 46 of Tim's Two Cents, the hypest podcast on your feed every week.

Tim spent this past weekend enjoying the effects of alcohol - and the after effects, not so much. However, this sparked some thoughts about why drunk culture is so prevalent. It even impacts the horror genre of books and movies.

After that, Tim has some confessions to make. He'll explain why he can't continue acting and thinking a certain …

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No More Confessions – Tim’s Two Cents #45

Tim's Two Cents #45

This is episode 45 of Tim's Two Cents, the hypest podcast on your feed every week.

Recently, Tim went to an event and had an awkward meeting. The situation caused a series of conversations that has him still cringing. So he dedicates today's show to hating on people who can't keep their own secrets.

Then, Tim has more thoughts on disciplining yourself. It matters in more than just the gym and the kitchen.

Tune in …

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Roots – YMB Podcast E278

YMB Podcast E278

This is episode 278 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

In many ways, this one is a throwback to our roots. Tune in or miss out.

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