The short answer is “it varies”. Every country (including the US) has different tax rules, and they can change at any time. So before you get into all that, check with your local authority to see if there are any specific rules that apply to your situation. Remember that almost every country has an anti-money laundering (“AML”) law which may hinder or even ban capital gains on cryptocurrency versus traditional securities/stocks/bonds – so it’s really best not to hold on for long periods of time in one place if you plan on using this medium for purchasing property using crypto. If there is no clear AML law in place in a certain area, then it’s perfectly fine to stay put for a very long period of time until the issue is resolved by the politicians. No point getting out of dodge when everything might be OK elsewhere! Be sure to do adequate research on where you are planning on staying based on your personal preferences – both politically and fiscally.
Crypto investors vs Crypto Traders? I’d like to know more about this topic! What are the major differences between them? Let me give y’all some insight into my process… I know what it feels like being around folks who love cryptocurrencies more than life itself while some people who don’t care about crypto at all but want some extra money spill some negative words towards newbies… It always seems uncomfortable for me because since i learned how such things work