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XRP colpisce $0.50, passa il Tether

XRP colpisce $0.50, passa il Tether come terza più grande crittovaluta

L’XRP, ora la terza valuta più grande dopo l’Etereum e il Bitcoin, ha raggiunto i 0,50 dollari per la prima volta dal 2018. Al momento in cui scriviamo, il prezzo si aggira intorno a 0,57 dollari, e il tetto del mercato è superiore ai 25 miliardi di dollari.

Tether lo aveva superato per il terzo posto all’inizio di quest’anno, ma una recente esplosione ha dato Bitcoin System il vantaggio all’XRP.

È salito del 22% nelle ultime 24 ore e del 100% nella scorsa settimana

Altri altercoins hanno fatto bene, troppo-Ethereum e EOSIO (EOS) sono aumentati di quasi il 30% nell’ultima settimana, e Cardano (ADA) è aumentato di oltre il 40%. Il Bitcoin, sempre il cane da battere, continua ad avere una tendenza costante al rialzo; attualmente è valutato oltre 18 mila dollari a moneta.

XRP è stato creato da una società della Silicon Valley chiamata Ripple, e non utilizza un processo di estrazione mineraria a prova di lavoro come il Bitcoin o l’attuale versione dell’Ethereum. È stato progettato più per aiutare le banche a spostare il denaro velocemente che per fare acquisti o conservare il valore.
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Secondo i rapporti, Ripple ha preso in considerazione un trasferimento all’estero per evitare un potenziale aumento della regolamentazione.

XRP ha raggiunto il massimo storico di 3,84 dollari nel 2018. E per un breve momento, nel 2017, è stata la seconda valuta crittografica più grande del mondo.

Swiss cryptobank Sygnum added support for Tezos cryptocurrency stealing

Sygnum was the first regulated bank to add support for Tezos (XTZ) cryptographic currency stealing.

According to the press release of 6 November, the bank will provide storage, trading, lending and stealing services for XTZ. Estimated annual revenue from Tezos stacking is about 5%.

Sygnum is regulated as a bank by the Swiss Financial Market Authority (FINMA) and offers a range of services in the field of digital assets.

“Sygnum’s offer of the Tezos Stacking Service is proof of the safety and reliability of the network and is another step towards wider acceptance at the institutional level,” said David Fuchs, Head of European Institutional Investor Relations at the Tezos Foundation.

In May, Bitcoin Suisse, a Swiss cryptographic brokerage company Bitcoin Trader review, added XTZ stacking support for institutional clients. Today, the custodial division of Coinbase is the largest validator in the Tezos network.

Bitcoin hatte gerade den größten Rückgang der Schwierigkeiten im Bergbau seit 2011

Das Preisverhalten der BTC bleibt relativ stabil, da das Netzwerk automatisch für höhere Gebühren und langsamere Blockzeiten sorgt.

Bitcoin (BTC) erlebte am 3. November die größte negative Schwierigkeitsanpassung seit fast 10 Jahren, da sich das Netzwerk einwandfrei selbst versorgt.

Daten aus der Überwachungsressource BTC.com zeigen, dass der Schwierigkeitsgrad von Bitcoin am Dienstag automatisch um 16% angepasst wurde.
Schwierigkeitsabbau am stärksten seit neun Jahren

Schätzungen hatten zuvor angenommen, dass die Anpassung etwa 13 % betragen würde, aber es war die zweithöchste in der Geschichte von Bitcoin. Erst 2011 gab es eine größere Differenz – 18%, die ebenfalls Ende Oktober kam.
Bitcoin-Schwierigkeitsdiagramm mit hervorgehobenem letzten Tropfen.

Schwierigkeitsanpassungen erfolgen automatisch alle 2016er Blöcke und ermöglichen es Bitcoin, als “hartes” Geld zu bleiben, unabhängig von allen externen Faktoren, die sich auf die Bergarbeiter auswirken.

Eine solche Reduzierung gibt mehr Bergbauteilnehmern Anreize, um Blocksubventionsbelohnungen zu konkurrieren, mit dem Ergebnis, dass der Schwierigkeitsgrad dann wieder ansteigt.

Bei Redaktionsschluss wurde die nächste Anpassung jedoch auf weitere -16% geschätzt, was darauf hindeutet, dass die Auswirkungen des Ereignisses vom Dienstag noch nicht spürbar waren.

Für die Benutzer wird die Anpassung nach unten die Gebühren senken und die Blockzeiten verkürzen, zusammen mit einer Verringerung der Größe der nicht abgebauten Transaktionen im Mempool von Bitcoin. Nach Schätzungen von Earn.com bleibt die optimale Bitcoin-Transaktionsgebühr mit 80.000 Satoshis ($11) hoch.

Bitcoin Mempool-Größe 2-Monatstabelle.

Die Kommentatoren zeigten sich nur wenig beunruhigt und lobten stattdessen Satoshi Nakamotos Entwurf zum Schutz der Netzwerk- und Geldintegrität.

“Es gibt keinen schöneren Aspekt von #Bitcoin als die Schwierigkeit der Anpassung. Es gibt keinen schöneren Aspekt von #Bitcoin als die Schwierigkeit der Anpassung”, fasste Travis Kling, Gründer des Vermögensverwalters Ikigai, zusammen.

Unterdessen schien sich die Hash-Rate des Bitcoin-Netzwerks am Dienstag von selbst zu drehen, und die geschätzten wöchentlichen Durchschnittswerte begannen zu steigen.

Die Hash-Rate gibt Aufschluss darüber, wie viel Rechenleistung für die Validierung von Bitcoin-Transaktionen aufgewendet wird. Vor Wochen war die Metrik auf einem Allzeithoch, verlor aber in der zweiten Oktoberhälfte rund 25 %.

Zum Zeitpunkt der Veröffentlichung war nur ein geringer Einfluss auf die Kursentwicklung von Bitcoin spürbar, da noch $13.0000-$13.300 als Unterstützung übrig blieben und BTC/USD bei $13.500 pendelte.

IRS says CNAE does not change anything in bitcoin declaration

The Federal Revenue Service (RFB) in response to the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade) stated that the National Classification of Economic Activity (CNAE) proper for the market of cryptomorphs makes no difference for the purposes of the declaration of IN 1.888/19, which deals with cryptomorphs.

The document was added last Friday (09) to the administrative inquiry that aims to investigate the anticompetitive conduct of banks with the closing of exchanges accounts.

According to the agency, this register is “an important data in the categorization of economic agents,” but the fact is that the IRS requires data on its own transactions with Bitcoin Up and the CNAE would be indifferent on this point.

PayPal responds to Cade about illegal operations with cryptomoeda
Inter Bank: “We do not have information about closing brokerage accounts for cryptomoedas”.
PagSeguro responds to Cade about illegal operations with cryptomoedas

“The exchanges, legal entities and individuals are required, for example, data on the date of the transaction, the holders involved in the business, the cryptoactive transacted, the fees charged, among other information”.

According to the letter sent by Cade, the Federal Revenue would have until October 9th to present its answer on whether the CNAE itself for the exchanges would have any repercussion on the capture of information provided for in the Normative Instruction RFB No. 1.888/2019.

The antitrust agency also requested “other information that the RFB considers relevant on the matter. The RFB responded to the document within the seven-day deadline, but was brief in its response without providing any details or information beyond what was referred to the CNAE and the Normative Instruction dealing with the statement on operations with cryptomorphs.

CNAE of “Bitcoin” and the banks

The National Classification of Economic Activity for the companies that acts on the cryptomoeda market was a regulatory advance of this sector, once before this CNAE, the exchanges brought other classifications which were not specific for this activity.

The lack of own CNAE ended up becoming even motivation for banks to close the accounts of these companies. The question, however, is that even after the own CNAE was instituted for the sector, the banking institutions still have justified their acts, as if nothing had changed as Bradesco, Banco do Brasil and Sicredi mentioned in their last manifestations.

Santander, on the other hand, recognized that the Classification of Economic Activity proper for the market of cryptomoeda can help in combating fraud. Itaú, on the other hand, did not hide its aversion to the market by associating transactions with cryptomaps to money laundering and terrorism, even though the bank is a partner of a brokerage firm that works with Bitcoin.

Declaring Bitcoin

The Federal Revenue Service’s answer only shows that the agency is not interested in the economic activity registered in the exchanges. What the IRS wants to know is about the data behind the transactions.

The income tax return already brings the obligation for the person who has cryptomains to inform this data to the RFB. With IN 1.888/2019, besides that the cryptomoedas brokers started to have to inform the data of the operations and the data of the holders.

The identification of the people who are trading cryptomaps in these brokers became more rigid. In addition to having to declare information on operations with cryptomoedas, Exchanges now have to inform the CPF numbers, in the case of individuals residing in Brazil; and CNPJ, if the person trading cryptomoedas is of a legal nature.

For transactions carried out by persons residing or domiciled outside Brazil with the Brazilian Exchanges, these companies now have the obligation to inform the Tax Identification Number abroad (NIF).

This should facilitate the work of the IRS when crossing the data to find out who has cryptomoedas and failed to declare in the income tax, as was mentioned by the accountant specialized in cryptomoedas Ana Paula Rabello in her e-book Declaring Bitcoin.

In one of the excerpts of the book, Rabello explains in detail:

For transactions carried out by persons residing or domiciled outside Brazil with the Brazilian Exchanges, these companies now have the obligation to inform the Tax Identification Number abroad (NIF). This should facilitate the work of the IRS when crossing the data to find out who has cryptomoedas and failed to declare in the income tax, as was mentioned by the accountant specialized in cryptomoedas Ana Paula Rabello in her e-book Declaring Bitcoin.