Monthly Archives: November 2021

Austria Plans to Tax Cryptocurrencies Like Stocks, Vows Equal Treatment

As a growing number of governments are looking to tap into crypto profits, authorities in Austria have indicated their intention to tax gains from digital asset investments just like those from stocks and bonds. The move is expected to increase trust and access to cryptocurrencies. Austria to Apply Capital Gains Tax to Bitcoin, Make Crypto More Accessible Claiming it aims for an equal treatment of investments in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, the government in Vienna has announced it’s considering applying the same 27.5% levy to crypto assets it […]

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As U.S. Inflation Rises, Bitcoin Offers A Hedge

With the U.S. CPI continuing its accelerating trend, bitcoin offers a critical hedge against money printing. The below is from a recent edition of the Deep Dive, Bitcoin Magazine’s premium markets newsletter. To be among the first to receive these insights and other on-chain bitcoin market analysis straight to your inbox, subscribe now. As many already know, the United States Consumer Price Index for October was announced yesterday morning coming in at a red hot 6.2% year-over-year growth, continuing its accelerating trend since May 2020. This is […]

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DEXs growing faster than CEXs but Binance still sees 171M visitors in a month

According to Chainalysis data the number of DEX’s doubled between Q1 2019 and Q3 2021, while the amount of CEX’s stayed around the same. A new Chainalysis report shows that the number of decentralized exchanges (DEXs) is growing faster than all other types of crypto exchanges. But Similar Web data shows centralized exchanges are far from unpopular, with Binance seeing 171 million visitors in October. Chainalysis published a report on crypto exchanges on Nov. 11 and provided an analysis by breaking the exchanges down by their business […]

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