[alert title='Editors Note' icon='pencil'] Another example of virtual currency solving problems where they exists. Vape products are considered "high-risk" making it extremely difficult and expensive to obtain merchant accounts to accept traditional credit and debit cards for e-commerce. [/alert]

Leading E-Cigarette Site Vapecrypto.com, Now Accepting Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and DASH

Branchburg, NJ – BitByBitCrypto Inc, the parent company or leading e-cigarette/vaporizer ecommerce site vapecrypto.com announced that in addition to Bitcoin it now accepts Bitcoin Cash,
Litecoin, DASH and other crypto-currencies for all purchases made on the vapecrypto.com site.

BitByBitCrypto is making this change to try and alleviate the pressure customers are currently seeing in terms of the amount Bitcoin transaction fees are taking up as a percent of the total cost of each
purchase and the vapecrypto.com site.

The acceptance of more crypto-currencies will give Vapecrypto’s customers more flexibility in the manner in which they pay for purchases as well as the fees associated with such transactions.

The support of even more crypto currency types is expected to be announced in early 2018 as the
company continues to strive to be the number e-cigarette/vaporizer site catering to the Bitcoin and
Crypto Currency community.

About BitByBItCrypto Inc.

BitByBitCrypto Inc. was founding in early 2016 to try and promote and educate the public on the
advantages of holding, investing and purchasing Bitcoin and other crypto currencies.

BitByBitCrypto’s main goal is to continue to create web sites and seminars around the crypto
revolution in order to assist in the technologies reaching mainstream and to continue to grow in
popularity.

About Vapecrypto

Vapecrypto.com is an e-cigarette/vaporizer e-commerce site that launched in January of 2017 and at
launched accepted both credit cards and Bitcoin for payment. The goal of the site was and is to merge
the two disruptive technologies to not only assist people worldwide to quit smoking analog cigarettes
but to also become familiar and confident in using Bitcoin to complete transactions.

Since it’s inception vapecrypto has offered 10% off all orders paid for in Bitcoin and will continue to make this discount available for all crypto currency purchases. To date, vapecrypto.com, has seen tremendous growth among vapors who prefer to purchase their gear and e-juices with Bitcoin and with the acceptance of new alt-currencies this trend is expected to continue well into 2018.

Contact

To learn more about this merger, please contact
Robert Pisack, CEO
759 Vanessa Lane
Branchburg, NJ 08853
Office: (908) 255-7577
[email protected]




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Bitcoin has exploded with a new interest from the masses and new reporting from the mainstream media. The saturation of new users and traders has the price rising hitting as high as $17,414 on the dinbits index before calming down to a still extraordinary high of $15,500 (give or take a few hundred).

To both: "Welcome to the party!"

It took bitcoin 4 years to first reach $1000 which was short lived due to, in part, the epic implosion of the now defunct Mt. Gox exchange in 2014. The fall of Gox cost investors in bitcoin millions and some still await compensation.

Bitcoin fell to just under $200 about after a slow year long drop before it began another journey to $1000 again which it hit in January of this year, 2017. That trip was a bit shorter, about 3 years but this time there was an industry and substance to support the price.

7 years total from $0 to $1000 (2nd time). From there it took just under 1 year to reach $10,000 and about 2 weeks to hit $15,000.

Now attention from the "moon" which had been thought to be $10,000 for years has shifted to "Mars" which is arguably the next milestone of $100,000 (what does that make Venus?) and with the explosion of interest it's easy to get carried away. Here's a few tips for investing smart.

Careful, Smart Investing

This is about the time you might expect an "I told you so" but that won't be the case here. This is about the time we'll say "Invest with caution".

Unless you are an exceeding good day trader, the name of the game with bitcoin is "slow and steady" and "long-term" investing. The volatility swing lately has been thousands rather than hundreds or smaller. This means you can lose allot of money just as fast you can earn it.

There will be allot of day traders making a fortune this way and anyone can join in, but it's not for the weak stomach. You can literally watch thousands flush down the toilet in minutes and without the stomach to keep your feet in the water, you might as well just quit while you're ahead.

If you're not a day trader, then you need to stick with a long-term investment. Bitcoin will rise over time just as it has over the past many years so buy as low as you can get and put it someplace safe and forget about it.

Come back in a year or whatever price mark you'll be happy with and cash-out then because trying to trade with the professionals will land you with a loss and accomplish nothing more than feed the wallets of those day traders skimming points off the dips and buying back in at the floor.

Corrections

There may well be a correction on the horizon which could lead to a drop of thousands of dollars. If this were to happen, that's when you would want to buy. The price is a bit inflated right now due to the explosion of interest and this will die down eventually. However, the price may well stay over $10,000 and we may never see it below that mark again. We said this exact same thing about the $1000 mark less than 12 months ago. 

If you do buy now, don't worry about a "correction" if it were to happen, just hold and you'll be fine. Some estimates peg bitcoin at over $100,000 USD within the next 3-5 years which is a reasonable time for a long-term investment hold and also saves you on allot of TAX in the United States.

Short-term trading of less than 1 year is taxed at your regular income bracket whereas there are significant tax break for income earned from investments held for a year or more so it not only makes sense to hold long-term (going long) but it'll save you nearly half the taxes you'll pay if you cash out in less than a year.

That said, bitcoin could utterly explode on December 18th. That's when CME will begin trading bitcoin futures with CMO and Nasdaq joining in soon.

At the end of the day, never invest more than you're willing to lose and no matter what you do, never sell at a loss.

Hard disciplines to perfect, but serve you well ... they will.



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Uphold announced that its platform now supports Dash. This is in a continued rise of use and value for the virtual currency which is currently sitting well over $700.

In a press release Uphold had this to say:
At Uphold, we were eager to add Dash primarily due to the increased adoption and of real-world use cases. The organizational structure of Dash, with masternodes and proposals and the Core Group, is a recipe for long-term success, especially at a time where the vast majority of the top one-hundred blockchains and currencies are still primarily speculative. Dash excels in e-commerce and payments via digital currency, and is a rising alternative to bitcoin. Dash offers a form of money that is portable, inexpensive, divisible, and fast. It can be spent easily and instantly online at merchants across the globe, at much lower fees than credit and debit cards.


They also noted how Dash has risen 6300% since January and that the new offering would support converting value to Dash.

Much like Coinbase and the Shift card, Uphold allows users to take advantage of a virtual Master Card to make payments and purchases through the Master Card network against value of virtual currency held on their platform. However you do have to move the value from "Dash" to the virtual card sort of like "Bitpay" but on the same platform more "Shift-ish".
“Uphold adds to the Dash ecosystem the fastest and easiest method yet for everyday consumers to acquire Dash. Dash already has many of the world’s largest digital currency exchanges integrated, but exchanges are generally intimidating for average users unaccustomed to trading. Uphold makes transactions much simpler than an exchange, and it supports users from most geographies. All of this means that another great option is available to consumers around the world at unmatched speed and remarkably low cost.” CEO of Dash Core, Ryan Taylor

You can read the full announcement on the Uphold blog.




-Algei

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According to a Reddit user, they tried to wire funds to the Kraken exchange and were told that Western Union does not allow transactions related to cryptocurrency.

The message received stated:

Please be advised that we have determined your transaction is related to cryptocurrencies. This is one of the purposes of trading that we do not allow as per our internal regulations, which is why the transaction cannot be processed and the funds will be returned back to your bank account in full.

As any P2P bitcoin (or other) trader will tell you, this is nothing new from Western Union. They've been banning anyone and everyone for years if they learn of virtual currency being transacted. Which is in part, hilarious, considering they are one of the companies on the planet who can legally do this in just about every single country on earth.

Any Evidence?

Without any further understanding of the transaction it's hard to say exactly what is going on here, but at face value it appears as if Western Union is being rather discriminatory against what can only be assumed as the account in which they were asked to wire the funds to. Kraken isn't actually the company that operates the exchanges legal name. Kraken is legally Payward, Inc. so at a glance Western Union must be using a list of companies they think are involved in digital currency to cross reference transactions with and kick them out.

First of all, how is this cryptocurrency related? Where's the proof of that one? Just because  Payward, Inc. operated the Kraken exchange doesn't mean that this transaction was cryptocurrency related. Maybe this guy was buying some shares of the company? Perhaps Payward, Inc, does other shit Western Union is unaware of? Perhaps on of Payward, Inc's employees is a family member of the remitting party and stranded on the south side of Brazil in desperate need of an airplane ticket and Payward, Inc. has agreed to cover half the cost if the family member covered the rest? Maybe it was a donation for work well done?

The point being, it could have been a million things and Western Union just up and decided what it was without asking.

Secondly, placing value with any exchange doesn't necessarily mean there's a cryptocurrency transaction that going to happen now or ever.

Granted, these are all things that may or may not have been disclosed, but this was all of the information that was provided.

As far as Western Union not being very happy about bitcoin, well SHOCKER THERE!
This is the same company, after all, that got it's panties in a twist over a Christmas ad a few years ago since it depicted bitcoin being cheaper than sending a Western Union wire. Which was, at the time, just an observation of the facts.

Assuming Otherwise

First off this will have zero affect on bitcoin regardless, but just for grins let's assume they did have all of the above and the sender even told them he was going to buy bitcoin on an exchange. It still doesn't make it true and why does Western Union have there feathers all ruffled over a guy sending some money to a United States corporation anyway?

Note, this isn't to say just sending cash to a corporation is within Western Unions "internal regulations" but who the hell know what those are?

Is this posted anywhere? Perhaps Western Union has the "right" to refuse service to anyone they so choose to do so but they don't have the right to waste your damn time with misleading or false advertising.

Western Union claims you can wire money to anyone anywhere ... but ... apparently that's not the case if it's got something to do with virtual currency.

Then again we already knew that, so again ... SHOCKER THERE!



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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced today that it has filed charges against two organizers of a $15 million ICO (initial coin offering ).

Dominic Lacroix and Sabrina Paradis-Royer of Quebec and company named PlexCorp, have been charged with violating U.S. securities laws and defrauding investors.

PlexCoin was self-promoted as "the next decentralized worldwide cryptocurrency" and the ICO in reference.

The SEC also obtained an emergency asset order, citing the movements of the ICO funds – estimated to constitute $15 million "from thousands of investors" – into different accounts.

The charges were filed by the SEC's Cyber Unit that was created in September for this exact kind of activity monitoring.

"This first Cyber Unit case hits all of the characteristics of a full-fledged cyber scam and is exactly the kind of misconduct the unit will be pursuing. We acted quickly to protect retail investors from this initial coin offering's false promises," Robert Cohen, who heads the Cyber Unit.

The agency claims Lacroix and Paradis-Royer made false statements to investors and purposefully hid the involvement of Lacroix who the SEC claims is a "recidivist securities law violator in Canada."

The complaint charges Lacroix, Paradis-Royer and PlexCorps with violating the anti-fraud provisions, and Lacroix and PlexCorps with violating the registration provision, of the U.S. federal securities laws.  

The complaint seeks permanent injunctions, disgorgement plus interest and penalties. For Lacroix, the SEC also seeks an officer-and-director bar and a bar from offering digital securities against Lacroix and Paradis-Royer.



Algei

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The world's largest futures exchange, CME, announces it has completed self-certification with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to launch its bitcoin futures contract on December 18th.

Bitcoin us currently over $11,000 but it hit $11,00  few days ago too. Whereas this is certainly good news, the $11,000 marker isn't all due to CME, however it certainly doesn't hurt either.

CME announced Friday that it's bitcoin futures contract will be available for trading on Dec.18, in about 3 weeks.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said it will allow CME and other exchanges to offer bitcoin futures.
Earlier this year the SEC denied the Winklevoss twins bid on a bitcoin EFT showing a clear division between the two agencies regarding bitcoin's readiness for mainstream trading.

Nasdaq plans to also release a bitcoin future soon as well.

Remember that $100,000 we mentioned the other day? We weren't kidding.

Get on it!


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Coinbase lost, at least for now, it's legal battle with the IRS and has been ordered to fork over the private transactions and identities of nearly 15,000 individuals.
On Tuesday, a California federal court ordered the exchange hand over records on thousands of customers to the Internal Revenue Service with detailed information including name, birthday,  address, and activity for any user who transacted over $20,000.

The good news is that the IRS changed their request from everything to those who transacted $20,000 or more.

Whereas there is a federal law that does indeed require companies to disclose this amount regarding certain activity, it certainly doesn't cover "sent" funds and that is what the order demands.

If anyone "sent" any amount of bitcoin over $20,000 from their wallet, the IRS gets this information. 

Let's say one put 100 bitcoin in a Coinbase wallet on January 2013, note the word put  and not purchased or given or anything other than put. Then that user moved those coins to a personal wallet in December of 2013.

That information and everything about that use is no going to the IRS. Why? What right does the IRS have to know this information?

They claim it's because that person might not have reported gains. 

This is Bullshit

The "not reporting gains" claim of the IRS is complete bullshit. Plain and simple. 

Its bullshit because capital gains are reported when they are realized, not at whatever value an asset has whenever the IRS decides to poke around into the private business of Coinbase users.

If the value was in bitcoin, then the IRS has no business touching it, taxing it, asking about it, or anything else.

They cannot claim that user now owes any amount of money in taxes because it's not enough information for one, and even if that user woke up one day and magically had 100 bitcoins in his wallet from out of nowhere subjecting him to the full value of the asset as a capital gain, it's still not a capital gain until it's realized.

Meaning that user has to sell that bitcoin before any amount becomes taxable and even then, if it's a long-term gain the IRS can only touch some of it and not the taxable income bracket of that user.

That same user might have sold that bitcoin a year later in January when the price was at $185.

The IRS sees that transaction and assumes there's some portion of $120,000 they are owed since this user did not report the gain. However, the taxable gain would have to be that in profit from the difference of the users acquisition price and the total amount of $18,500, not $120,000.

Which means that bitcoin doesn't even qualify for what their very own requests sets a basis of in dollar amount, $20,000. It's under that amount when the gain becomes taxable.

What if that user still has that bitcoin? Then there is no gain what-so-ever and quite frankly, it's none of their business.
[info title="Note"]Coinbase did in fact make this very argument which the Judge found "unpersuasive".
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What if that user buys a car, then moves that car from California to Texas. Under the pretense of this ridiculous order, the IRS would have the right to obtain that information as well. That an individual has moved property from one state to another.

Something is seriously disturbing about that.

This is an overstep and potential abuse of power and we can only hope that Coinbase continues fighting this. Not because it's bitcoin and not because of any other reason other than nobody has the right to know what you do or don't do with your own personal property and/or your personal information without your consent to allow them that knowledge. 

IRS Virtual Currency Guidance

The IRS will tell you the exact same damn thing. That bitcoin is property and as property it is subject to capital gains. Plain and simple. Apparently they like to make up the rules as they go, because by their actions they are saying that bitcoin ownership is not property and they want to treat it as money, since only actual paper currency is something the IRS has every right to know about and even tax regardless of it's origin or destination. However, they're not going to do that either.

So if it's not money and it's not property then what are they considering it? If there's no capital gain then what business does the IRS have learning trading strategies or whatever other business an individual may being doing regarding its transactions?

Sure, if they suspect a specific individual is up to no good investigate the hell out of that person and by all means take what you need. That is NOT the case here. There is no proof that 15,000 people broke the law and they have reason to believe that all 15,000 of them were hiding capital gains that they realized as a result of bitcoin stored in a Coinbase wallet. Which notably, in some cases, is not even information that can be definitively obtained from Coinbase data in the first place, thus making less sense and sounding more illegal. 

The Judge in the case stated that Coinbase did not make a valid argument under the narrowed scope and to a point this can be understood. Coinbase may have been better served with an argument against the "transaction types" of  "(buy, sell, send, or receive) stating that only combinations receive + sell and buy + sell or transaction type sell should be valid for the IRS to go through. Those are the only types that would be any type of "gain" in support of the "reason" the IRS has established for the enforcement.

Transaction types receive, receive + send, or buy do not result in capital gains, or losses for that matter, giving them no legitimate purpose for the IRS to be obtaining that particular data.

Law and Regulations

The federal law¹ says:
"...maintain in its records only such information about an individual as is relevant and necessary to accomplish a purpose of the agency required to be accomplished by statute or by executive order of the President;"

Since the IRS doesn't even know who these 15,000 people are, they certainly cannot state any of the above to be true since they cannot say anything in the Coinbase data would be relevant and necessary. In fact even data that would be any sort of indication of any possible taxable value not reported could be completely worthless since there is no possible way to guarantee that any value held at any given point in time that would be taxable as a capital gain was ever realized or even remained with Coinbase until it sold. The user may have sent it elsewhere or to a personal hardware wallet.

The IRS Tax Bill of Rights² states the IRS: 
...may not contact any person other than the taxpayer with respect to the determination or collection of the tax liability of such taxpayer without providing reasonable notice in advance to the taxpayer that contacts with persons other than the taxpayer may be made.

Did 15,000 people receive a letter from the IRS stating the fact that they were going to review their records in Coinbase? Did 1500 people receive this? Did even 1?

I'll go out on a limb and guess not 1 single person on that list has received a damn thing. I sure as hell didn't.

The IRS tells you this on their very own website ³:
"the IRS cannot contact third parties, e.g., your employer, neighbors, or bank, to obtain information about adjusting or collecting your tax liability unless it provides you with reasonable notice in advance. Subject to some exceptions, the IRS is required to periodically provide you a list of the third party contacts and upon request."

Any and every Coinbase user should request this information immediately following the disclosure. What the IRS is doing appears to be a clear violation of the Tax Bill of Rights.

Furthermore, It sure seems that the law requires the IRS and any other law enforcement agency in the country to have some shred of probable cause to assert this kind of intrusive authority and force a 3rd party to disclose the private information of citizens of the United States. They have none since they don't even know who these people are and the IRS is doing this "just in case" for "what if" reasons. They are going to investigate 15,000 people's transactions for no damn good reason at all other than "just to see" if there's anything they can make a case out of.

They are basically calling 15,000 Americans guilty until proven innocent. Are things not the other way around in the United States? 

According to the IRS ... apparently that's a no.


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2. IRC § 7602(c) - Tax Bill of Rights
3. IRS operated website "Taxpayer Advocate": https://taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/taxpayer-rights
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ORDER RE PETITION TO ENFORCE IRS SUMMONS Re: Dkt. Nos. 1, 37, 45 (17-cv-01431-JSC) [/item]
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Trying to trade on GDAX? You can't. Neither can million of other people. The service is once again down.


However this time it was "technically" scheduled. You can reach the GDAX status page here which states the following:


Whereas schedule maintenance is understandable and sometimes necessary, Coinbase appears to be struggling to maintain the exchange lately as it gets bombarded with new customers and growth. This is a good problem to have, but seriously, it's also a bad problem to have if it keeps happening again and again.

Bitcoin hit $10,000 for the first time a few days ago and the onslaught of people rushing to buy took the exchange, and others, down. The demand hasn't lessened and Coinbase seems to be slacking a bit.

Perhaps this scheduled maintenance is something to alleviate this issue.


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Yesterday Coinbase went offline in a continued slue of issues with it's GDAX exchange. 

The GDAX exchange is one of the highest volume exchanges in the United States and appears to have constant issues with up-time. This has been something we've noted since it's inception when we couldn't even access the website at first and the problems continue. 

Additionally Coinbase is reported to be taking weeks to answer support tickets.

They are not alone however, several exchanges went down yesterday when a rush of users tried to buy bitcoin catapulting the price up over $11,000 before everyone finally settled down.

It's not out of the realm of possibility that we could see bitcoin double in the next 6 months or less, so hopefully GDAX and other exchanges will get things up to par.

It's a bit ridiculous for a company the size of Coinbase with the assets and funding they have to run into bandwidth or server issues from congestion, especially when that's running your primary source of revenue.

Then again, they were the ones responsible ... for this.

Get on it!


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Once again Dash continues on it's upwards trend hitting over $800 in the last 12 hour session. In fact it's one of the only high volume coins moving upwards outside of bitcoin which is currently at $10,200.

It's been on the move lately as all virtual currencies have been with Dash leading the pack next to Bitcoin Cash.

Will Dash Hit $100 Soon?

Is $1000 in the future soon for Dash? It wouldn't be surprising. Of the "extra privacy" coins, the big three are Dash, ZCash, and Monero.

ZCash has been very volatile and overall has been down lately although still doing rather well at over $300 currently. Monero has been the slow riser but steady and stable with little volatility. Monero is also on the rise currently near $200. Dash has been the best performer, a role it took away from ZCash earlier this year which was outperforming the trio early on.

Dash is well funded as well with resources to dedicate to marketing and development, note that ZCash is also well funded, which may be one of the reasons for it's continued rise.

Moreover, Dash implements an autonomous governance system where proposals for improvements and marketing can be voted on the network for funding.

That paired with the privacy advantages and pure speed (Dash is much faster than bitcoin for example) make Dash an attractive alternative to bitcoin.

It's also one of the few altcoins that has a higher usability were here are actually many merchants who support dash payments.

You can learn more about Dash on their website.

Get on it!


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