I don’t know about you, but I’d rather hold my coins in a physical wallet.
But if I could, I’d also use bitcoin to hold my virtual currency, a new way to hold digital assets.
That’s because the cryptocurrency has a strong attraction for people looking to store their virtual wealth in a more secure way.
It can also be used to store money, so you don’t have to worry about the bank account being emptied every time you want to withdraw some money from it.
And, it’s not only digital assets like bitcoin that people are willing to hold their coins in, but digital currencies also offer a new type of asset.
For example, if you hold a bitcoin in your name and are a Canadian citizen, you can trade in bitcoin with the country you live in.
It’s not clear how the Canadian government will decide how much to tax the cryptocurrency, but many are wondering whether the country should tax the currency as a form of capital gains tax.
In an article for Bloomberg, the author of the Bloomberg article explains why a Canadian tax would be unfair.
He argues that the tax would not only harm the cryptocurrency industry, but the people who use the cryptocurrency to do their business.
“I would argue that a tax on the cryptocurrency would be a tax that hurts the people whose jobs depend on cryptocurrencies,” he said.
The Canadian government has not yet made any official decisions on the matter, but we have already heard from some experts that the cryptocurrency could be taxed.
In addition to the Canadian tax, the UK is also considering taxing the cryptocurrency as a taxable asset.
In the past, the government has imposed a 10% VAT on cryptocurrency trading and the cryptocurrency exchange Mt Gox has been hit with a 10.5% tax on its cryptocurrency trading activity.
Bitcoin, meanwhile, is currently valued at $8,200 on the black market.
The value of a bitcoin is a way of measuring how much it can be bought and sold.