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The SALT Bridge Foundation Announces Partnership with Regis University The SALT Bridge Foundation aims to provide opportunity and education to those that are currently denied that basic right. The vision of the College of Business and Economics at Regis University is to help business become stewards of society with the goal of improving the quality of life on earth Approximately 2 billion people worldwide do not use formal financial services and more than 50% of adults in the poorest households are unbanked. The SALT Bridge Foundation understand that financial inclusion is directly linked with basic human rights. The SALT Bridge Foundation and the College of Business and Economics at Regis University are excited to announce a partnership dedicated to creating opportunity to local young adults who are unbanked or underbanked, through their educational experience. Through the Bridge Program Regis University and the SALT Bridge Foundation will partner to educate Regis students about cryptocurrency and financial literacy. The program will work to create an opportunity for underserved students to become financially-included, proficient in new and innovative asset classes, and provide the same opportunity for future underserved students. The SALT Bridge Foundation will seek impact with: Local Impact - SALT Bridge Foundation is seeking partnerships with local universities and organizations to identify and serve young adults who are underserved. We will then initiate pilot programs on a small, and prudent scaled. Leadership in blockchain implementation - We intend to provide guidance for local/national non-profits to learn about the benefits of implementation of blockchain technology and utilization of cryptocurrency. Global Impact - the SALT Bridge Foundation believes the big Continue reading >>

Sharing Of Ideas, Tips, And Strategies For Increasing Your Bitcoin Trading Profits

Sharing Of Ideas, Tips, And Strategies For Increasing Your Bitcoin Trading Profits

You are expected to treat everyone with a certain level of respect Altcoin discussion should be directed to our Slack Group or the appropriate subreddit Posts that are solely comprised of memes, irrelevant youtube videos or similar Calling out other users for breaking our rules is not allowed. Any affiliation with an exchange, product or service that's being discussed Continue reading >>

Are There Any Traders Here Actually Making Money From Trading Crypto This Year? : Cryptocurrency

Are There Any Traders Here Actually Making Money From Trading Crypto This Year? : Cryptocurrency

No pumping, shilling, or FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Do not use multiple sockpuppet accounts to manipulate votes to achieve a narrative. Do not solicit, complain about, or make predictions for votes. Manipulation and Brigading are against the subreddit and site-wide rules. Communities linking to posts on r/cryptocurrency must use No Participation links. See our Expanded Rules page for more details Do not incite or encourage illegal activities. Content promoting leaks, buying/selling drugs, tax evasion, etc will be removed. No malware, spyware, phishing, or pharming links. Do not post addresses or seek donations without pre-approval from the moderators. Pre-approval will only be granted under exceptional circumstances. High-quality submissions are encouraged. Baseless price speculation, shilling, repetitive posts et cetera are removed. "Recommend a coin" can be discussed on the daily thread. See our Expanded Rules wiki page for more details about this rule. Do not reveal personally identifying information(PII), otherwise known as doxxing yourself. Divulging how many coins you own can make you a target of hackers and identity thieves. Do not doxx other redditors even if they engaged in an illicit activity. Report them to the mods instead. Do not steal content, also known as scraping or plagiarizing. Submitting links to blogs or news sites which are notorious for this activity will result in suspension or permanent ban. Use this tool to help determine if content is stolen or not. Idealogical posts or comments about politics are considered nonconstructive, off-topic, and will be removed. Exceptions will be made for analysis of political events and how they influence cryptocurrency. No clickbait. Titles cannot be misleading. They should accurately represent the content Continue reading >>

Bitcoin For Beginners

Bitcoin For Beginners

On this group beginners can ask questions without fear of not getting to the first page. /r/BitcoinBeginners is not for posting new websites, memes, faucets, affiliate links, news, blog articles. Questions only. Thanks. Scalability/BU/Segwit2x/BCH/etc: only specific/technical questions and answers that are relevant to beginners, no debating and opinions IF YOU SEE SPAM, USE REPORT LINK INSTEAD OF JUST DOWNVOTING Continue reading >>

Litecointraders - Cryptocurrency Trading, Strategy, Advice, And Discussion

Litecointraders - Cryptocurrency Trading, Strategy, Advice, And Discussion

/r/LitecoinTraders exists as a refuge for both experienced and new traders; a place for people to congregate and form a friendly community through discussion and realistic speculation. This subreddit is set to 'restricted', meaning anyone can view and vote, but you must be approved in order to post or comment. The reason for this is to avoid being overrun by unhelpful and unnecessary content. If you aren't approved yet, you can still submit a comment, though it will not be immediately visible to the public until a moderator approves you for participation. If you are interested in becoming approved so that you can participate, either submit a comment or just PM the moderators ! Thank you for your patience. Continue reading >>

R/cryptomarkets

R/cryptomarkets

Technicals Fundamentals Sentiments Discussions Exchanges Strategies Tools New Coins Educational Support Scams Welcome to the FOREX community of cryptocurrencies! This subreddit is for discussing all crypto denominated markets but with an emphasis on altcoins. Topics can range from exchanges, technical analysis, to fundamental analysis. If you have any questions, comments, or would like to contribute to the development of the community in some way, please message the moderators. Are you new to alt-cryptocurrency markets? Here are some links to get you started. Continue reading >>

50 Crypto Trading & Investing Lessons Learned Over The Past 5 Years : Cryptocurrency

50 Crypto Trading & Investing Lessons Learned Over The Past 5 Years : Cryptocurrency

1 - Everyones a genius in a bull market. Real traders can survive and even thrive in bear markets or highly volatile markets. 2 - Dont be a blind bull. ALL markets are cyclical. Dont be afraid of pullbacks or market crashes thats where you can make the most money. 3 - Theres a big difference between a trade and an investment. 4 - Fully plan your trade before you pull the trigger on the entry. 5 - Entries are important, but risk & money management is where you make or lose money. 6 - Beware of get-rich-quick gurus hopping on the crypto bandwagon over the past year. 7 - Decide which types of trade setups or investments youll take and ignore everything else. 8 - Dont assume just because youve made a lot of money in crypto that you can just as easily make money in other financial markets. 95%+ of stock market traders LOSE money. The game is rigged. Stick to what you know works for you. 9 - The best way to day trade cryptocurrencies is DONT! 10 - The best way to profit in any market is to find something you think has big potential early (before the general public catches on), and invest assuming youre going to lose 100% of your capital. Its the angel investor approach. 11 - You cant control the market. The only thing you can control is your entries, trade size, and exits. 12 - One market participant can completely destroy good technical analysis. 13 - Dont blindly follow trade alerts from ANYONE, especially random people on social media or chat rooms. 14 - All financial networking marketing projects are ponzi schemes, period. 15 - If you make a life-changing amount of money, do NOTHING for at least 30 days. 16 - Trading isnt about picking exact tops and bottoms in a market its about catching the meat of a move. 17 - Dont turn a small losing trade into a massive losing inves Continue reading >>

Did I Ruin My Life By Trading Crypto? - Tax

Did I Ruin My Life By Trading Crypto? - Tax

Apologies if this topic has been covered before or is breaking any rules. Throwaway for obvious reasons. I feel like I ruined my life by dabbling into cryptos as a clueless college kid. I first caught wind of it when a buddy of mine said he was going all in on ETH in May of last year. I said hell with it, signed up on Coinbase and threw $5000 into crypto. Mind you this is like half of my life savings, but in the grand scheme of things it's not too much to lose. Well, I went down the rabbit hole and struck gold a few times, hitting 10x's on multiple alt coins... I brought my 5k initial all the way up to a $880k portfolio in December 2017. Now I should have listened. I should have cashed out, yes. Once I hit $1 million I was going to... I would have been set. And then, JUST like that the market tanks going into the new year. I didn't know anything about taxes so I never bothered to set aside anything. They really never do teach this stuff. I gambled in more than a few bad ICOs to start 2018, had some money in coins that absolutely plummeted with no chance of recovering, etc. Today my portfolio sits at $125k, a far cry from my $880k . My estimated tax liability for 2017 is about 400k (live in California). I'm a student and I work part time making $12/hr as a retail associate at Barnes & Noble. I haven't paid any taxes or filed any returns for 2017. I wanted to but I have no idea where to begin. Here's the 1099-K Coinbase reported this spring: tl;dr: poor college kid invests 5k in crypto last year, ends up with 875k short term gains for 2017, lost most of it in 2018, hasn't paid taxes or filed any returns yet EDIT: Yes, these were crypto-to-crypto trades (i.e. Bitcoin for Ethereum, Ethereum for Litecoin). These are considered taxable events from what I understand. At no po Continue reading >>

Alternate Cryptocurrencies

Alternate Cryptocurrencies

News, opinion and discussion for all types of alternate cryptocurrency. Please read our rules before posting. User flairs in the ticker are not an endorsement. Altcoin, the abbreviation for alternative coin, or alternate coin, or all blockchain projects and related currency that exist in addition to Bitcoin. Some random facts: The first altcoin is Namecoin , there are 1250+ altcoins, basically every coin created after Bitcoin can be called an altcoin. Yes, even Ethereum, Ripple or Dash are altcoins. Want to know more about certain altcoins? Continue reading >>

Any Of You Guys Trade Crypto Fulltime? : Bitcoinmarkets

Any Of You Guys Trade Crypto Fulltime? : Bitcoinmarkets

I suppose I am asking for a bit of motivation but also just out of curiosity. I started to muck around with trading maybe a year or two ago, lost some money and then just let it sit there until recently where I have been following the markets and making small trades. I have been doing well lately (well as in not lost money) I am only trading with approx 1 BTC and doing small little conservative safe trades but if possible I'd love to turn this into a fulltime gig but am struggling to find A) confirmation that it's possible in the way of other crypto traders and B) any good source of learning or mentor-ship specifically for crypto. Continue reading >>

Fidelity Digital Assets, Cryptocurrency Trading & Custody Platform Enters Final Testing. : Cryptocurrency

Fidelity Digital Assets, Cryptocurrency Trading & Custody Platform Enters Final Testing. : Cryptocurrency

No pumping, shilling, or FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Do not use multiple sockpuppet accounts to manipulate votes to achieve a narrative. Do not solicit, complain about, or make predictions for votes. Manipulation and Brigading are against the subreddit and site-wide rules. Communities linking to posts on r/cryptocurrency must use No Participation links. See our Expanded Rules page for more details Do not incite or encourage illegal activities. Content promoting leaks, buying/selling drugs, tax evasion, etc will be removed. No malware, spyware, phishing, or pharming links. Do not post addresses or seek donations without pre-approval from the moderators. Pre-approval will only be granted under exceptional circumstances. High-quality submissions are encouraged. Baseless price speculation, shilling, repetitive posts et cetera are removed. "Recommend a coin" can be discussed on the daily thread. See our Expanded Rules wiki page for more details about this rule. Do not reveal personally identifying information(PII), otherwise known as doxxing yourself. Divulging how many coins you own can make you a target of hackers and identity thieves. Do not doxx other redditors even if they engaged in an illicit activity. Report them to the mods instead. Do not steal content, also known as scraping or plagiarizing. Submitting links to blogs or news sites which are notorious for this activity will result in suspension or permanent ban. Use this tool to help determine if content is stolen or not. Idealogical posts or comments about politics are considered nonconstructive, off-topic, and will be removed. Exceptions will be made for analysis of political events and how they influence cryptocurrency. No clickbait. Titles cannot be misleading. They should accurately represent the content Continue reading >>

How Traders Use Cryptocurrency Arbitrage To Make Profits - Great Guide By Blocktoken.ai

How Traders Use Cryptocurrency Arbitrage To Make Profits - Great Guide By Blocktoken.ai

How Traders Use Cryptocurrency Arbitrage to Make Profits - great guide by BlockToken.ai What are your thoughts? Log in or Sign up log in sign up That is just one of the ways - smart dudes make money with crypto with dozens of unheard methods. Comment deleted by user 4 months ago (2 children) Recently started trading stock derivatives with btc. It's pretty fun. 10 points 4 months ago edited 4 months ago It's a great way to see your ass on the way down unless you are seriously skilled. If you think swing trading is stressful, this is orders of magnitude more stressful. The calculations involved in terms of trade cost, shifting assets and the time to do it and effectively watching assets on multiple exchanges requires you to be a full time, experienced trader, with large volumes to play with. Small volumes isn't worth even thinking about, unless you like to work well under the minimum wage. If you are not an experienced trader and you don't have high volumes to trade, don't try this at home kids, you'll get burned. Of course, because that's so very easy, right? it is the only way if you really want to do HFT I don't recommend Arbitrage trading. I was arbitrage trading during the January bullrun and their were a few opportunities where I could buy on one exchange and dump on another for anywhere between 5-15% profit. HOWEVER what happened 50% of the time was that I'd buy a token on a exchange with the intention of dumping on another for profit BUT the exchange had paused withdrawals so I can't transfer to the other exchange to sell. They don't let you know anywhere on the exchange that withdrawals for the coin is paused until after you buy and try to send to the other exchange. In which case you are screwed because the price on the exchange you were trying to sell on comes Continue reading >>

Arbitrage Crypto Trading Bots? : Cryptocurrency

Arbitrage Crypto Trading Bots? : Cryptocurrency

No pumping, shilling, or FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Do not use multiple sockpuppet accounts to manipulate votes to achieve a narrative. Do not solicit, complain about, or make predictions for votes. Manipulation and Brigading are against the subreddit and site-wide rules. Communities linking to posts on r/cryptocurrency must use No Participation links. See our Expanded Rules page for more details Do not incite or encourage illegal activities. Content promoting leaks, buying/selling drugs, tax evasion, etc will be removed. No malware, spyware, phishing, or pharming links. Do not post addresses or seek donations without pre-approval from the moderators. Pre-approval will only be granted under exceptional circumstances. High-quality submissions are encouraged. Baseless price speculation, shilling, repetitive posts et cetera are removed. "Recommend a coin" can be discussed on the daily thread. See our Expanded Rules wiki page for more details about this rule. Do not reveal personally identifying information(PII), otherwise known as doxxing yourself. Divulging how many coins you own can make you a target of hackers and identity thieves. Do not doxx other redditors even if they engaged in an illicit activity. Report them to the mods instead. Do not steal content, also known as scraping or plagiarizing. Submitting links to blogs or news sites which are notorious for this activity will result in suspension or permanent ban. Use this tool to help determine if content is stolen or not. Idealogical posts or comments about politics are considered nonconstructive, off-topic, and will be removed. Exceptions will be made for analysis of political events and how they influence cryptocurrency. No clickbait. Titles cannot be misleading. They should accurately represent the content Continue reading >>

What's So Wrong With Day Trading? : Cryptocurrency

What's So Wrong With Day Trading? : Cryptocurrency

No pumping, shilling, or FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Do not use multiple sockpuppet accounts to manipulate votes to achieve a narrative. Do not solicit, complain about, or make predictions for votes. Do not incite or encourage illegal activities. Content promoting leaks, buying/selling drugs, tax evasion, etc will be removed. No malware, spyware, phishing, or pharming links. Do not post addresses or seek donations without pre-approval from the moderators. Pre-approval is granted in only the most extraordinary circumstances. High-quality submissions are encouraged. Baseless price speculation, shilling, repetitive posts et cetera are removed. "Recommend a coin" can be discussed on the daily thread. See our Expanded Rules wiki page for more details about this rule. Do not reveal personally identifying information(PII), otherwise known as doxxing yourself. Divulging how many coins you own can make you a target of hackers and identity thieves. Do not doxx other redditors even if they engaged in an illicit activity. Report them to the mods instead. Do not steal content, also known as scraping or plagiarizing. Submitting links to blogs or news sites which are notorious for this activity will result in suspension or permanent ban. Use this tool to help determine if content is stolen or not. Idealogical posts or comments about politics are considered nonconstructive, off-topic, and will be removed. Exceptions will be made for analysis of political events and how they influence cryptocurrency. No clickbait. Titles cannot be misleading. They should accurately represent the content being linked. No low-effort content typically characterized by low character count, all caps, & banal wording. Example: "SELL SELL SELL!!!", "BUY!!", or "MOON!" See our Expanded Rules wiki page for Continue reading >>

Guy Owes 400k In Taxes Due To Crypto Trading.

Guy Owes 400k In Taxes Due To Crypto Trading.

Guy owes 400k in taxes due to crypto trading. Apologies if this topic has been covered before or is breaking any rules. Throwaway for obvious reasons. I feel like I ruined my life by dabbling into cryptos as a clueless college kid. I first caught wind of it when a buddy of mine said he was going all in on ETH in May of last year. I said hell with it, signed up on Coinbase and threw $5000 into crypto. Mind you this is like half of my life savings, but in the grand scheme of things it's not too much to lose. Well, I went down the rabbit hole and struck gold a few times, hitting 10x's on multiple alt coins... I brought my 5k initial all the way up to a $880k portfolio in December 2017. Now I should have listened. I should have cashed out, yes. Once I hit $1 million I was going to... I would have been set. And then, JUST like that the market tanks going into the new year. I didn't know anything about taxes so I never bothered to set aside anything. They really never do teach this stuff. I gambled in more than a few bad ICOs to start 2018, had some money in coins that absolutely plummeted with no chance of recovering, etc. Today my portfolio sits at $125k, a far cry from my $880k . My estimated tax liability for 2017 is about 400k (live in California). I'm a student and I work part time making $12/hr as a retail associate at Barnes & Noble. I haven't paid any taxes or filed any returns for 2017. I wanted to but I have no idea where to begin. Here's the 1099-K Coinbase reported this spring: tl;dr: poor college kid invests 5k in crypto last year, ends up with 875k short term gains for 2017, lost most of it in 2018, hasn't paid taxes or filed any returns yet EDIT: Yes, these were crypto-to-crypto trades (i.e. Bitcoin for Ethereum, Ethereum for Litecoin). These are considered t Continue reading >>

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