Crypto Tax Filing: Tips On The Process

Education, Investing | January 24, 2019 By:

Cryptocurrencies occupy an interesting space in tax law.  They are treated as property, and as such you are required to claim short- and long-term capital gains/losses on your tax returns.  Some digital asset exchanges (ie. Coinbase and Gemini) will send US investors 1099-K forms if they have over 200 trades and $20,000 in total sales proceeds in the tax year. 


Crypto Trading: Four Reasons Everyone Needs A Broker-Dealer

Investing, Opinion | December 16, 2018 By:

An ever-increasing number of crypto companies (such as Coinbase, Uphold and Peter Thiel-backed Tagomi Systems) are acquiring broker-dealers or registering themselves as a broker-dealer for regulatory oversight by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

In light of this trend,