Cryptocurrency Around the World: Regulations, Taxes, Mining & Others

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Cryptocurrency Around the World: Regulations, Taxes, Mining & Others
This report is going to cut down the lack of information about cryptocurrencies. Find out comprehensive information about countries attitudes and regulations, tax politics, technologies, and mining.
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Rothschild-Linked Oil Tycoon Frank Timis Creates Ripples in Bitcoin Mining Pool

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Argo Mining has welcomed Frank Timis – a new whale coming from the oil and gold industries with formidable ties with the Rothschild Bank aiming to cause ripples in the nascent market.
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Chinese company mines cryptocurrency under the shadows; loses 90% of its valuation amidst crypto-winter

Since the emergence of decentralized currency, China has been the focal point of cryptocurrency mining. With the market falling to the “crypto-winter” in 2018, several miners suffered severe setbacks due to the plummeting market.
Huatie HengAn, a Chinese construction company which ventured into cryptocurrency mining due to its lucrative appeal has seen its valuation drop by 90 percent due to the bear market. A local Chinese media outlet 8BTC reported that the subsidiary of Huatie, was sold for a mere $2 million, in comparison to its valuation of $25 million.
The report added that Huatie HengAn engaged in rental service of cloud computing server, purchasing over 36,500 units of “servers” in the previous year. The report further cited that the construction company purchased the “servers” from Ebang and Avalon, however, since the two are crypto-mining manufacturers, it was presumed that the “servers” in question referred to mining hardware.
Given the freefall of the crypto-market after the highs of January 2018, Huatie HengAn saw their investment drop significantly. 8BTC further added that the prominence of the sale was because the company could be “the first listed company in the country revealed to be engaged in crypto business though it may operate under the name of cloud computing”.
Based on the company’s financial report dated December 31, 2018, the loss of the year amounted to $14 million, while the collective coin market dipped from over $800 billion to under $105 billion. The reported loss was over 50 percent of its initial investment of $25 million and over 25 percent of its total revenue.
To make matters worse, in the first two months of 2019, the aforementioned loss increased to $23 million. Huatie HengAn is left with net assets to the tune of $2 million only.
It has not been confirmed by the company that their intention was to mine cryptocurrencies following their acquisitions of the “servers”, however, given the mining companies in question and the correlation of the loss to the crypto-market’s downtrend, many have opined that crypto-mining was indulged in.
The “crypto-winter” has resulted in a slew of downturns in the mining industry within Asia. The Hong Kong Stock exchange [HKEX] failed to further the IPO application filed by mining equipment manufacturing giants, Bitmain, Canaan, and Ebang, citing industry volatility.
Nvidia, the manufacturer of GPU used by miners sank to become the worst performer on the S&P500 in December 2018. In the final quarter of 2018, the company’s share price dropped by 54 percent to $21 from $129.57, with Jensen Huang, the CEO of Nvidia crediting the same to the “crypto hangover”.
Lastly, miners in China could be looking to move elsewhere to pursue their trade as the Chinese government tabled a proposal to ban cryptocurrency mining in the country. The proposal was fronted by the country’s macroeconomic policy institute citing the mining production’s excessive energy consumption. The proposal is under public consultation till May 7.
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What Happens When Litecoin Mining Block Rewards Halves in August 2019?

Litecoin was one of the earliest spinoffs of Bitcoin which came into existence in October 2011 and since then the coin has stayed pretty identical to Bitcoin. Just like the Bitcoin, Litecoin too would be undergoing the mining reward halving process in August 2019 and every stakeholder needs to be prepared for the event as to what could be the probable consequences. Binance Research explains
Litecoin’s block profitability will be cut in half in the span of 5 minutes
In crypto world, halving is a fixed event when the block rewards cut into half and the profitability from a block is reduced to 50%. For Litecoin, its chain’s block rewards for mining are perpetually reduced by one half every 840,000 blocks. With the way, the current block generation time is set to ~2.5 minutes this event is occurring is scheduled to happen every four years. Litecoin’s current block reward is set at 25 litecoin per block and will subsequently decrease to 12.5 litecoin per block around August 6th (at exactly block 1,680,000)
Litecoin has had just one block halving in August  2015 when the price of the coin  increased from around 1.5 USD (3 months before halving) to over 3 USD post-halving, with a peak of 7 USD  in mid-July 2015 while the hashrate dropped by roughly 15% around the event, before quickly rebounding in the two weeks following the halving.
While the past is behind us there are four possible “watch outs” for Litecoin block halving this time. These include

Price Rallies Before Stabilizing at a new high: The price of Litecoin has already started rallying since the beginning of the year, exhibiting a 200% year-to-date return, while the broader market is up by 40% YTD
Hashrate Increases Before The Halving: This too has already happened. As the rewards will be halved, more miners may decide to start mining Litecoin (instead of other currencies) as they want to mine as much litecoins as possible short-term in anticipation of the future decrease in mining rewards
Mining Profitability Adjust as Miners Exit the Market: If some miners were to leave the market and/or switch over to mining other, more profitable coins, the hash rate would decrease. As a result, this reduced competition would help compensate for the loss of profitability due to the absolute block reward reduction.
Permanent Drop in Mining Profitability: If Litecoin’s post-90-day price post-halving would be near its historical long-term median, all other things being equal, it would result in lower profitability for all Litecoin miners

While there could be many possibilities depending on how the coin is placed closer to the halving date. However, rational miners would still consider the marginal profitability and opportunity costs of mining each PoW cryptocurrency over the same time periods to decide whether or not it is more profitable to mine Litecoin or other cryptocurrencies. While the event is important for every Litecoin stakeholder, with no much history in place it becomes difficult to predict what would actually happen.
What do you think would be the possible outcome of Litecoin halving? Do let us know your views on the same.
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Dark Web – Romanian Cybercriminals Caught Committing Fraud to Mine Cryptocurrency

The U.S Section of Justice announced that Romanian duo who were cybercriminals have been caught guilty of infecting more than 400,000 computers with malware to mine crypto and to steal millions of dollars.
Department of Justice published a report on April 11, entitling ‘Two Romanian Cybercriminals Convicted of All 21 Counts’. Per the reports, these cybercriminals Bogdan Nicolescu ( Age – 36 ), and Radu Miclaus (Age – 37 ), were using malware to steal user’s data such as credit card and other information – intends to sell on the dark market websites later. There were almost 400,000 computers these Romanian hijacked and reportedly these computers are associated with US residents.
Moreover, they used to mine cryptocurrency and usually engage online auction fraud. Nonetheless, the reports were confirmed by Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman of the Northern District of Ohio. Official reports mentioned that sentencing has been finalized for Aug 14 this year.
The duo was convicted after a 12-day trial of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit service marks, aggravated identity theft, conspiracy to commit money laundering and 12 counts each of wire fraud.
These Romanian began operation in 2007 with sending malicious email messages claiming as it belongs to institutions such as Traditional western Union, Norton AntiVirus and the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. Emails would be sent with file attachment and those who receive and click on a connected file, malware would then download email messages which meantime block sensitive information such as account password and credit card information.
Moreover, this activity is also used to mine cryptocurrencies – as such majority of these accounts belong to US residents, reports added.
However, this is not the first of its kind, while researchers and developers busy building in secure blockchain platform and custodian solutions, scammers or hackers are stepping up with new ideas to fraud people and mine crypto. In fact, the year 2017 recorded many such cases when Bitcoin was touching its peak price nearing $20k.
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Bitcoin Price Bounced Above $5400 Despite FUD Around China’s Mining Ban

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Bitcoin Price Bounced Above $5400 Despite FUD Around China’s Mining Ban
Bitcoin investors remain undeterred with the latest news of China’s mining ban as Bitcoin price continues to confidently surge northwards.
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Canadian Oil Companies are [Somehow] Mining Bitcoin: the Next Big Trend?

Mining for Bitcoin is a unique and modern twist on what has typically been a traditionally non-digital activity that has powered economic growth around the world for centuries – oil mining.
Although mining for oil and mining for Bitcoin share few similarities beyond the principle concept, a unique system in place at a Canadian oil field creates an unlikely partnership that essentially generates Bitcoin as a byproduct of oil.
Natural Gas to Power Bitcoin Mining Operations 
The operators of a large oil field in Canada are cashing out on the cryptocurrency phenomenon by using the wasted natural gas that results from mining petroleum to power a Bitcoin mining operation.
On the oil field, large shipping containers sit side-by-side with oil derricks and other oil-related industrial machinery, forming a symbiotic relationship in which the natural gas that results from the mining operation is directed into a electricity generator that powers a decent sized Bitcoin mining operation.
By utilizing the natural gas, rather than flaring it as many oil fields do, the company is able to offset their operational costs by profitably employing a byproduct of oil mining that is typically wasted.
Natural gas prices have plummeted over the past few years, and the market supply is so high that there are very few ways to utilize it in a way that is profitable, but using it to generate electricity to mine cryptocurrency may become its next big use case.
As first reported by the Wall Street Journal, Stephen Barbour – a consultant that works with oil companies to lower their operational costs –  is the mastermind behind this clever utilization of natural gas, and claims that the idea came to him after reading about the potential profitability of mining Bitcoin.
“I knew about all the wasted energy that goes on… Reading about bitcoin mining and how it could monetize energy through the internet, I just thought that was unbelievable,” he said.
More Benefits Than Just Bitcoin Profits
Ryan Wartman, a production foreman for Black Pearl Resources – the company that owns and operates the aforementioned mining field in Canada – told the Wall Street Journal that by directing that natural gas into the crypto mining machine, they are also able to reduce their gas output to below government regulation, which allows them to mine more oil.
“It was the best option for us… We’re using it to bring ourselves below the government-regulated amount that we can vent on location and keep producing oil,” Wartman explained, noting that they are able to keep the oil well operating 24 hours per day by directing the natural gas output into the crypto mining rigs.
Because the price of Bitcoin is just slightly above its 2018 lows, and crypto mining profitability has plummeted over the past year, the key component to a profitable mining operation is cheap energy, and it doesn’t get much cheaper than using a resource that would otherwise be wasted.
Furthermore, by reducing the oil field’s natural gas output, they are able to keep their wells running for longer periods of time than would otherwise be allowed, which leads to a larger oil output.
Because this unlikely marriage between oil wells and Bitcoin mining rigs is proving to be highly profitable, it is likely that other fields will begin adopting a similar system.
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Growing Evidence for Institutional Interest in Crypto and Hope for Positive Change

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Konstantin Rabin, fintech expert and crypto enthusiast, unveils what hides behind the trend of growing interest in crypto by private and public institutions, explaining what perspectives this could bring to the whole industry.
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Bitcoin [BTC]: Chinese miners ramping up ASIC equipment ahead of imminent halving

Miners in China are bullish on the top cryptocurrency, Bitcoin [BTC], even while the “crypto-winter” dragged down the collective market from a high of over $800 billion to $105 billion in 2018.
With just over a year to go for the Bitcoin halving scheduled for May 2020, a group of Chinese miners are still hopeful that mining the digital asset will fetch them a profit. These miners restarted their operations after shutting-up-shop at the end of 2018, when the coin market underwent a dismal run.
Miners in China have even been increasing their holdings of the microchip Application-Specific Integrated Circuit or ASIC chips, in a bid to boost their mining hardware ahead of the halving.
Next year’s Bitcoin Halving will see the BTC inflation reduced by 50 percent, in line with the coin’s deflationary monetary policy.
For the miners, the rewards which currently sit at 12.5 Bitcoins per block mined, will also drop to 6.25 after the halving. However, this could lead to a BTC price bump based on the previous years’ halving data.
According to 8btc, Xu Feng, a miner from Anhui Province, a veteran in Bitcoin mining, stated that the prospects of mining BTC was very enticing and he planned to start operations very soon.
In light of the same, he said,
“It is estimated that one million units were shut down during the dry season will open operations in Sichuan during the flood season.”
The dry season being referred to above is the bearish market, stagnating prices during the close of 2018 and the flood season is the bull-run that miners believe will arrive in 2019. Feng also referred to the Sichuan region, a haven for BTC miners, due to the relatively cheap costs of electricity and water.
Feng added that his mining team was already ramping up their mining equipment and building the necessary infrastructure to make sure that the farms were working efficiently prior to the mining storm.
Li Ping, another minor miner, and an owner of two farms with 5000 Antminers s9 stated,
“There are a large number of miners who made their homes in Sichuan. They enjoyed the cost of water and electricity, and they caught up with the good market. They were rich in oil during a flood season. They don’t care about mechanical wear and transportation.”
China’s Bitcoin mining community is relieved after the market edged up, following last year’s bearish onslaught. During November 2018, when the onslaught was at its peak, miners were selling their mining equipment by the kilo to salvage something as the prices were falling to an all-time low.
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How The Demise of a Crypto Scourge Will Benefit The Industry

The prolonged crypto bear market has hit a number of high profile companies such as Bitmain and ConsenSys but even the purveyors of the world’s most popular mining malware have felt the squeeze. The notorious Coinhive mining service is shutting down as it is no longer economically viable.
Illicit Monero Mining No Longer Profitable
In a blog post (that may not be accessible if your antivirus program blocks it), the company said that the service used to mine Monero via user’s web browsers was no longer viable and is being shut down. The browser mining service will be terminated on March 8 and users have been advised to cash out their XMR stashes. The plunge in Monero prices has been blamed for the closure; one XMR costs $50 today whereas it was priced at over $450 at all-time high.
Monero prices Jan 2018 to present. Coinmarketcap.com
Monero has always been the hackers and scammers number one choice due to its multiple features to enhance anonymity such as ring signatures. According to PC Mag the developers have also been adjusting the protocol to make XMR harder to mine. Coinhive stated;
“The drop in hash rate (over 50 percent) after the last Monero hard fork hit us hard. This and the announced hard fork and algorithm update of the Monero network on March 9 has lead us to the conclusion that we need to discontinue Coinhive.”
Back in 2017 Coinhive was launched as a method for webmasters to generate a little extra revenue by running scripts that consumes resources from user’s machines to mine XMR while they are accessing the site. During the boom it exploded like a virus across the net and became the world’s most popular mining malware as hackers would inject it into websites they had hijacked. The code infiltrated browser plugins, YouTube ads and even some of the largest messenger platforms online.
Coinhive Profited From Criminal Activity
Coinhive did very little to prevent malicious activity using its software and actually profited from it byt taking 30% of all crypto mined using its scripts. It has been estimated that as much as 5% of the total supply of Monero has been lost to cyber-criminals via malware such as Coinhive. During 2018 alone there was a 4,000 percent increase in mining malware with the majority flowing into Monero.
According to a more recent study last month Coinhive was still top of the ‘most wanted’ list of damaging malware;
“Cryptominers remain prevalent, once again filling the top 4 positions in the index and Coinhive maintaining its place at the top of the list. Damaging, multi-purpose malware forms are still prevalent, with half of all malware forms in the top ten currently able to download further malware to infected machines and distribute a variety of threats,” it stated.
As prices continue to decline, crypto-jacking and malware will follow suit due to profitability concerns. The demise of Coinhive is good news for the time being however when markets turn around again a tsunami of crypto malware is likely to return with a vengeance.
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Bitmain Announces Its Next Gen Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash Mining Chip

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Bitmain Announces Its Next Gen Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash Mining Chip

Bitmain faced a decline in its 2018 profit margins. However, the company has launched new mining chips in a move expected to put the company back on the profitable track.

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Regulator Rules Cryptocurrency Mining Contracts Can be Securities

The financial markets authority of Quebec (AMF) is requesting that investors in a cryptocurrency mining company contact them. The announcement comes after Technologies Crypto Inc. was issued with a series of freezing orders in connection with existing securities regulations earlier this month.
Technologies Crypto Inc. reportedly took over $300,000 from investors that were under the impression that the funds would be used for mining. Many have been left out of pocket.
AMF: Cryptocurrency Mining Contracts Can Fall Under Securities Regulation
According to a press release issued by the AMF and reported by Finance Feeds, those investors who had put money into a Quebec-based cryptocurrency mining firm are being urged to contact local financial regulators. Many of those investing into Technologies Crypto Inc. have been unable to reclaim their investment from the company.
The AMF post requests that anyone who was involved in any capacity with the cryptocurrency mining firm or its two principals, David Fortin-Dominguez and Samory Proulx-Oloko, to contact Ms. Hélène Guilbault by the end of February. They can do so at telephone number 1-877-525-0337.
The regulator requested that the Financial Markets Administrative Tribunal (TMF) issue a series of freezing orders against the aforementioned company and individuals earlier this month. The order stated that Technologies Crypto Inc. was acting in violation of existing securities laws.
Trading under the name “Make It Mine”, Technologies Crypto Inc. is thought to have taken $300,000 from investors. These backers believed that the money would be used for crypto mining. Whilst some were able to reclaim funds, others were left at a loss and attempts to contact the firm have been unsuccessful for many.
The freezing orders issued thus far state that those mentioned above are prohibited from taking money from their bank accounts, getting rid of any cryptocurrency mining equipment, and partaking in any activities relating to the trade of securities.
Jean-François Fortin of the AMF stated the following of the regulators’ ruling:
“With this decision, the TMF ruled for the first time that an investment offer related to cryptocurrency mining may constitute an investment contract, ie a security whose public offering is regulated… We therefore invite investors who have done business with the respondents to contact the Authority promptly so that we can assist them.”
Quebec’s regulators have a history of policing crypto firms violating securities legislation.
Not the First Time the TMF Steps in to Protect Cryptocurrency Investors
The TMF has been active in the policing of cryptocurrency firms before. Perhaps its most high-profiles case is that against PlexCoin. Last year, the regulator renewed its injunction orders against all companies and individuals connected with the high-profile scam. Additionally, the TMF ordered the shutting down of websites owned by the company, as well as its Facebook pages.
 
Related Reading: Crypto Assets Won’t Be Classified As Securities With Proposed U.S. Bill
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Bitcoin Needs To Reach At Least $7,000 to Save the Mining Industry: Analyst

The economics of Bitcoin (BTC) is a touchy subject. Case in point, debates regarding the subject matter are the catalyst for some of the project’s leading forks. And while discourse regarding the subject has dissipated, especially as Craig Wright and Roger Ver have gone on their merry way, the long-term sustainability of Bitcoin’s consensus mechanism has recently come under fire.
Filb Filb, a leading crypto asset researcher, looked to bring rational thought and numbers to a facet of this non-parley on Sunday, releasing a Twitter thread on mining fees and their role in cryptoeconomics.
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99% Of Bitcoin Mining Revenue Is Block Rewards
Filb first laid out some ground rules. Citing block explorer information, Filb noted that miners hashing on the Bitcoin network secured approximately $6.37 million, which includes the $70,000 paid in transaction fees, over the past 24 hours. In other words, effectively 99% of miners’ revenues are sourced from coinbase transactions, while what little is left is made up of pure, simple transaction fees.

Re; Bitcoin Mining Fees Debate;
Daily Miner income today of c.$6,37m inclusive of $70k fees can be easily maintained with assumed increase in $BTC unit price.
Mining fees are 1% of the total mining incomeBitcoins revenue is 99% of total mining income pic.twitter.com/Hxey0WHzvG
— fil₿fil₿ (@filbfilb) February 10, 2019

And as the cumulative value of network fees is expected to flatline, even drop, in the coming years due to the Lightning Network’s advent, the value of BTC must head higher to allow miners to keep aggregate revenues consistent. If the Bitcoin price stagnates, even as block reward reductions — so-called “halvenings” or “halvings” — occur, miners may begin to stifle their operations, as the economics of mining become tough on their wallets.
Thus, Filb remarked that BTC must eclipse $7,000 — near-double of today’s price — by 2020’s issuance reduction event, slated to occur in mid-May. By the same token, he claimed that as future halvenings activate, which will cut the amount of BTC issued in half, Bitcoin will need to continue to double every four years to keep the mining sector as is.
Yet, the analyst didn’t count out the chance that BTC could enter a multi-year lull, whereas prices aren’t fluid and don’t match current expectations, putting miners between a rock and a hard place. In fact, if the value of the flagship cryptocurrency remains static heading into 2020’s halvening, a sticky situation may arise.
If worst comes to worst, the current value of daily transaction fees would have to swell by 46 times, from $70,000 to $32 million, to keep risk to the status quo of miners’ revenues to a minimum. This, of course, is a worst-case scenario, especially considering the copious number of analysts who believe that the impending shift in issuance will push Bitcoin far beyond where it has traversed before.
As reported by NewsBTC previously, Moon Overlord claims that BTC could begin to rally into the May 2020 halving. Overlord explained:
“Bitcoin has traditionally starting pumping around 1 year on average before it’s halving date… The next halving is estimated to be May 2020, meaning that the uptrend will begin in May of this year.”
He isn’t the only analyst with this thought process. Alistair Milne, a Monaco-based crypto investor that heads the Digital Currency Fund, noted that December’s downward difficulty adjustment, which has historically indicated a bottom, and the nearing halving should be a catalyst for widespread accumulation.
The Case For A Bitcoin Supply Cap Hike
While Filb doesn’t believe that the fleeting block rewards could pose a cardinal risk to Bitcoin’s long-term, multi-decade security, some have begged to differ. In a shadowed conversation at the equally as mysterious Satoshi’s Roundtable, Matt Luongo, the founder of Fold and the product lead at Keep, stated that the Bitcoin’s deflationary model could get unsustainable over time.

Like thinkers like BlockTower’s Ari Paul, Luongo brought up the idea that as time elapses, more of Bitcoin’s functionality will be seen on second layers, sidechains, and drivechains. Thus, the Bitcoin economy could become “top heavy,” creating an environment where the underlying blockchain is susceptible to block reorganizations, due to the minimal low-cost transactions made on the mainchain and lacking block rewards.
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Bitcoin Block Reward Halving Could Trigger Price Surge, Predict Traders

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Bitcoin Block Reward Halving Could Trigger Price Surge, Predict Traders

The upcoming block reward halving event for the Bitcoin blockchain network is scheduled to take place in May 2020 and could possibly act a trigger for the Bitcoin price surge.

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What WIll Happen When All Bitcoins Are Mined?

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What WIll Happen When All Bitcoins Are Mined?

In this guest post Stefan Ateljevic, Head of Content at Hosting Tribunals, explains what comes next for Bitcoin as we draw nearer to the coin’s limit.

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