Hello, welcome to episode 53 of‚The Bitcoin Game, I’m Rob Mitchell. In this episode I speak to Zac McClure of TokenTax, in what I feel is one of the most in-depth cryptocurrency tax discussions I’ve ever heard on a podcast. We discuss everything from like-kind cryptocurrency exchanges to the idea of selecting specific cost-basis cryptocurrency when giving a gift. We also cover some of the features of TokenTax, a new service to help people manage cryptocurrency taxes.
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Zac McClure on Twitter
TokenTax on Twitter
My Intro Tax Talk, Episode #10 with Jake Benson of Libra Tax
Zac’s Tax Talk on Blockchannel
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