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What do you need to know to trade Bitcoin? How to start trading Bitcoin? You can trade Bitcoin in a number of simple steps:

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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

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Bitcoin investing advice? trading Bitcoin How do reward halvings affect the price of a single Bitcoin inevitably decline in years to come?

What wallet should i be using for a small investment I don't think I would rather just deposit using bovada. Thank you Hello everybody I have a question that I think I understand it, just looking for another perspective. I'm having trouble finding a comprehensive step by step way to do this without a Korean bank account?
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My Australian Bank has been frozen for trading bitcoin, how likely am I to see this money again?

Update: the account was frozen because the bank suspected fraudulent deposits were made into our account. A hold remains on one of the relevant pending transactions. The account should be unfrozen once I submit a statutory declaration that my business acted within our usual operating guidelines.
Another suspected fraudulent transaction was cleared and processed by our exchange, meaning that neither the money nor the bitcoin inventory is in our possession. The implications and liability for us are yet to be determined. At this stage we will be able to continue operating through CBA, upon approval of our stat dec, until further notice is given.
For extra info / context: My business partner has significant contacts through NAB and Bank of Queensland. After speaking first with them, and then with our lawyer, we aided our bank in every way possible. They gave no indication that they were upset with our business model nor would they close our accounts because of the nature of our business.
I run a Bitcoin Exchange in Australia and my bank recently closed my account without saying a word. I called them up and asked for them to explain what was going on. They won't say anything about the matter and have asked me to bring ID, my ASIC registration (business name registrar in Australia), and other details to the branch in person. It's currently after hours so I have to do it in the morning.
I don't know how I'm going to be able to sleep tonight because there was $50,000AUD in the account and when I checked it before they deleted it from my online banking there was a further $50,000 overdrafted. I'm pretty fucking nervous that my business may be liable for up to $100,000.
Please help with any info you might have about the outcome of something like this, or if you have knowledge on Australian tax / money laundering / counter-terrorism laws that the banks may be acting on. If it helps: I'm clean and am doing nothing illegal (AFAIK) and have done my best to observe all Australian tax and banking laws. Help?!
Edit the $50,000 overdraft was to offset the pending $50,000 deposit. Therefore our maximum liability seems to be $50k rather than $100k. This was clarified by CBA.
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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

Turns out that current cryptocurrency prices, specifically Bitcoin, has been fuelled by fraudulent trading activities from one of the most popular exchanges: BitFinex. More information here:
https://medium.com/@bitfinexed/wash-trading-bitcoin-how-bitfinex-benefits-from-fraudulent-trading-8bd66be73215
https://medium.com/@bitfinexed
Be aware of this before investing in any cryptocurrencies if you ever planned to do so.
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Wash Trading Bitcoin: How Bitfinex benefits from fraudulent trading

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 92%. (I'm a bot)
PSA: The Bitfinex trade engine ALLOWS for WASH TRADINGThe trade engine on Bitfinex will allow you to buy and sell to your own orders, the procedures to do it are as follows.
There's zero legitimate reason to conduct a wash trade, except to manipulate the market, but the biggest reason why an exchange would want to prohibit wash trading is because simply.
Bitfinex committed fraud against their investorsBitfinex has likely had wash trading going on since the very start.
What percentage of their trading is wash trading? We don't know.
ConclusionThe truth is, we will never know how much of Bitfinex's trade volume are in fact wash trades, and if they knowingly allow wash trading, chances are logs would be sparse, or just outright fake.
It's likely wash trading has been going on with Bitfinex since the day they started.
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Warren Buffett traded Goldman Sachs for gold, how long until he gets into bitcoin?

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If I trade Bitcoin without the middle man how IRS gonna track me?

I'm a little bit confused on how taxes work for cryptocurrency. The only way IRS knows how much I made is through the middle man then without it how are they gonna find out? Thanks
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Bisq Review: What is Bisq? How to Trade Bitcoin on Bisq? Fees

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How do you trade bitcoin in the UK legitimately

Okay so I've been trading a little while on LBC and I've been semi successful and I've enjoyed doing it, until people have started targeting me and reversing payments... As some of you will know this is intensely annoying, the bank will lock up your account until the investigation is closed and they might even close your bank account altogether. Yet, there are people on LBC who operate within the UK just fine. How do they do this? What is the process that needs to happen to be able to trade and be sure that your account won't be locked up if someone tries to reverse a payment?
I'd like specifics if anyone can provide them but I have a few specific questions:
What business account bank should I use and why? I've heard Enumis and Clear Junction are popular.
I know I need to be regulated by the FCA if I want to start trading consistently with large volumes. Will being FCA approved effect the way I trade to any large degree? Will it prevent people from locking up my account by reversing payments etc?
Any other comments from UK based professional traders on Localbitcoins or similar P2P trading sites would be appreciated.
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How to trade bitcoins anonymously???

I am looking to anonymously buy and trade bitcoins...how would i do that? thanks
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How can I legally trade bitcoins against normal money?

Hi, for context, in germany I can easily register on a platform and buy bitcoins with real money from my back account. That works fine, but now I would like to give it to friends for money again, because they dont want the hassle of beeing registered on a that platform. Im pretty sure I have to start some kind of business for this or register somewhere, but someone told me, I would have to start a bank to be allowed! how is this in any way practical? I can get bitcoin but I cant sell them? is that the reason btc isnt used in everyday businesses? do I need to operate from another country? thanks for the input
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I bought a few Bitcoin a few years back. Since then they have split into Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold (and maybe more?). How do I split those coins off reliably using a wallet or trading platform like Kraken?

Many thanks for your assistance.
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