Crypto Insider: Crypto Taxes 101
By Early Investing on February 22, 2023
With tax day just two months away, many crypto investors are likely combing the internet for guidance on how to do their crypto taxes. Finding straightforward instructions is no easy feat. Crypto is such a new asset class, tax guidelines around it are constantly evolving. Fortunately, the Early Investing team is here to help. In this episode of Crypto Insider, Vin Narayanan and Allison Brickell enlist the help of Brian Belley —…
Crypto Insider: How the Infrastructure Bill Will Impact the Crypto Industry
By Early Investing on August 9, 2021
Congress is looking to crypto to help fund part of its $1 trillion infrastructure plan. But the language used in the infrastructure bill is so broad, it could spell bad news for the crypto universe. Essentially, the bill requires anyone who…
News Fix: Cannabis Companies Roll With the Changes
By Vin Narayanan on October 12, 2019
In the news this week: The MedMen-PharmaCann deal is called off, the IRS updates its crypto guidelines and Andreessen Horowitz gets its fourth female general partner.
Crypto Monitor: IRS Reminds Us Of Broken Crypto Tax Policy
By Early Investing on August 2, 2019
Summary The markets have experienced a slight pullback this week. But Adam Sharp isn’t worried about it. He explains why the Crypto Assets Strategies buy and hold strategy hasn’t changed. And he shares what he looks for in alt-coins as bitcoin continues to…
The IRS Desperately Needs to Update Its Crypto Tax Guidance
By Andy Gordon on April 17, 2019
U.S. tax guidance on crypto is absurdly lacking. And rather than clarify its rules, the IRS is cracking down on confused investors.
News Fix: TurboTax Is Taking Over, California Faces Internal Conflict
By Vin Narayanan on April 13, 2019
In the news this week, California is facing pot delivery troubles, Uber is getting ready to IPO and Congress is allowing a monopoly on tax preparation.
Crypto Monitor Episode 7: What Does Good Regulation Look Like?
By Adam Sharp on May 11, 2018
One of the biggest things preventing institutional investors from entering the crypto market is regulations. They’re itching to get in, though. This week, we found out the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange is planning on building a bitcoin trading platform for big investors. Goldman Sachs…