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Facebook Libra announces its 21 members, down from 28 [Forum Post]Facebook announced their 21 members after losing 7 in a short span, most of them being payment type companies.
chainBLX: LA Blockchain week cocktail party [Forum Post]We cordially invite you to join us for our party during LA's Blockchain week on October 16, 2019. Register in the link below to join us at our networking cocktail party.
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Submitting Claims [Forum Post]Hello everyone!
Just wanted to make a forum post to address the claims process.
First, only Bounty Hunters can submit claims on a whitepaper. If you registered as anything other than a Bounty Hunter then you are not able to submit claims. That being said, you must be a Bounty Hunter with over 50 likes to be able to submit claims on a whitepaper.
Please watch the instructional video at the following link to see how to submit a claim on a whitepaper https://chainblx.io/index.php?p=/discussion/57/
Once a whitepaper has received accreditation, you can no longer submit claims on it. You can still post comments on the whitepaper but claims will no longer be accepted.
Claims entered on a whitepaper page as a comment will not be considered a claim.
Fox in the Hen House: Why the hell is Visa investing in crypto startups?? [Forum Post]https://fortune.com/2019/07/10/exclusive-visa-pours-millions-into-cryptocurrency-startup-anchorage/
Here's another example of Visa investing in a crypto startup. This makes perfect sense but for all the wrong reasons. The whole point of crypto is to go around the high fees and centralized control of Visa and other powerful banking entities.
There can only be one explanation. Could it be that Visa invests in the best crypto startups so they have an inside track to undermine them later?
IRS conducting electronic surveillance in attempt to clampdown on Bitcoin tax crime [Forum Post]The IRS plans to interview family and friends, search through social media posts, and issue subpoenas to ensure people pay taxes on their Bitcoin, according to a presentation given to the IRS Criminal Investigation division. Top companies including Apple, Google, and Microsoft are also under the gamut of these investigations.
The IRS is going to great lengths to identify and prosecute cryptocurrency-facilitated tax crime. In a 181 slide presentation, James Daniels, the IRS-CI cyber crimes program manager, details the usage, ecosystem, and technology behind top cryptocurrencies (including Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Stellar, and Monero).
What’s alarming are the recommendations provided to IRS agents for obtaining information from taxpayers.
read more https://cryptoslate.com/irs-conducting-electronic-surveillance-in-attempt-to-clampdown-on-bitcoin-tax-crime/
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