Cryptocurrency Tax Implications | Tax on Bitcoin Investing | CPA EXPLAINS

In this video I explain the tax implications of cryptocurrency investing, bitcoin mining, selling and purchasing. I’ll show you several …


  1. I have looked for this answer but cannot find it. Please provide info if you can. Say I buy bitcoin at 10,000 and I sell it at 60,000. My total sale is 60,000……50,000 of which is taxable. Now, let’s say I make a second trade and I trade the entirety of that 60,000 again And I lose 50,000 of that second trade. I am back at my Original deposit of 10,000. Do I still owe taxes on the first trade/any taxes at all.
    I ask because the total profit and loss on the account is now zero

  2. Hi! Loved the video. Hoping you can help on debit card bitcoin rewards. I have the Fold card which I earn rewards each time I swipe the card. Since it’s rewards, do I have to pay to taxes on it?

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  7. Great information that I am looking for. Thanks. Now questions are: 1) what's about loss bitcoins to scammers? 2) what's about all fees for purchasing/selling 3) IRA bitcoins? Keep up your work.

  8. Thanks for making this video Lena. I had a question regarding gifts and interest on crypto currency. I signed up on a platform and they gifted me $5 worth of crypto. I then transferred that $5 plus other crypto currency that I purchased on that platform to another wallet that gives me interest and $40 worth of crypto for opening an account with them. From my understanding since I have just purchased and transferred crypto and not sold, mined, or used the crypto for services there is no taxable income on it? What about the $45 total that I have received as a bonus for opening an account?

  9. I’m a newbie when it comes to trading on Robinhood . My question is if I buy $100
    Of crypto currency’s and hold onto it past this year into 2022, and my purchase increases let’s say $1000 past my initial $100. Will I pay capital gains on it if it’s still invested or only if I cash it out .

  10. I have a question. On an exchange it's not as simple as you bought the coin and sold it. For example, someone buys on an exchange let's say a market buy for a $100 dollars worth of coin from the orderbook. The orderbook doesn't have exactly $100 order for the first listed order so that person buys up someone else's limit sell plus a fraction of the next higher price (slippage). Upon selling the same scenario happens but when selling. So even though There was the intention of buying once and selling once there was actually buying twice and selling twice. So two taxable events. Does the IRS accept making lots and making that one taxable event?

  11. If you send 1.00030541 bitcoin and there is a 0.00030541 bitcoin mining fee, do you have to pay capital gains taxes on the bitcoin that was paid to miners?

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