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Square's Cash App shattered its quarterly bitcoin sales volume record of $306.1M in Q1 2020

Square's Cash App shattered its quarterly bitcoin sales volume record of $306.1M in Q1 2020 submitted by spookiestevie to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Crypto Weekly Review Show #4 - Divi Project - Crypto.com Bitcoin Sale!

The Crypto Weekly Review Show #4 - Divi Project - Crypto.com Bitcoin Sale! submitted by CryptoJournals to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Square's Cash App shattered its quarterly bitcoin sales volume record in Q1 2020

Square's Cash App shattered its quarterly bitcoin sales volume record in Q1 2020 submitted by StevenRad to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Miners reduced bitcoin sales

The Glassnode portal has published data on the influx of coins to exchanges from mining pools. It turned out that after the halving on May 11, miners reduced sales, and now their volume is much lower than the average values for 2020.
Over the past two months, sale peaks were observed on May 3 and 7, when Bitcoin price surpassed the $9,000 and $10,000 marks, respectively. Service experts also noted that a surge in BTC price on June 2 above $10,000 provoked an eight-fold increase in the flow of traders’ funds to large exchanges. After the dip to $9,500, the indicators returned to average, which indicates the importance of the round level of $10,000 for market participants.
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Bitcoin Sales from Miners Spike 600% One Week After the Halving

Bitcoin Sales from Miners Spike 600% One Week After the Halving submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Monthly Bitcoin Sales

Toward the end of each month there is a sale-off of certain coins. Is that due to miners who need to sale coins to pay electricity bills? It would be nice if those costs were fixed so that miners could sell coins at regular intervals to keep the market flat, but I suspect that isn't possible since electricity costs probably depend on transaction volume over time. It seems like a monthly drop in bitcoin cost should be viewed as part of our investment in the bitcoin infrastructure for at least the next few halvings, and not a place for shorting the market or a reason to sale with what appears to be a demand trend. If this is true, demand hasn't actually dropped. After the few halvings when the market is more liquid and more people use cryptocurrency for regular commerce there will be enough cryptocurrency market use so miners can make enough money from transactions they won't have to sell coins to pay the electricity bills at the end of every month.
Am I totally wrong about my understanding of how this system works, and am barking up the wrong tree? I have looked at the last two years worth of data and it holds true cryptocurrency based on computational proof of work are sold at the end of every month. Is that outside the scope of miners converting to local currency to pay electricity bills?
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Square’s Cash App shattered its quarterly bitcoin sales volume record in Q1 2020

Square’s Cash App shattered its quarterly bitcoin sales volume record in Q1 2020 submitted by a36 to AllThingsCrypto [link] [comments]

The Crypto Weekly Review Show #4 - Divi Project - Crypto.com Bitcoin Sale!

The Crypto Weekly Review Show #4 - Divi Project - Crypto.com Bitcoin Sale! submitted by Lauren3278 to u/Lauren3278 [link] [comments]

The Crypto Weekly Review Show #4 - Divi Project - Crypto.com Bitcoin Sale!

The Crypto Weekly Review Show #4 - Divi Project - Crypto.com Bitcoin Sale! submitted by ursulavlad to u/ursulavlad [link] [comments]

Square Cash App Q3 bitcoin sales topped a record $148 million, up over 245% since last year

Square Cash App Q3 bitcoin sales topped a record $148 million, up over 245% since last year submitted by StevenRad to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin repurchase agreements... Bitcoin sale leasebacks... Bitcoin rentals... is that sort of what BlockFi is doing... except with basic Bitcoin backed USD loans?

I swap my Bitcoin with John Smith for an asset for an agreed upon term. At the end of the term, John and I agree to swap the collateral back to each other... can all of this be done outside the realm of capital gains?
Is this another way to unlock the value of Bitcoin?
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Criminal Assets Bureau seizes 6k bitcoin, sale impossible without access codes

Criminal Assets Bureau seizes 6k bitcoin, sale impossible without access codes submitted by CmdrTaco to TacoZone [link] [comments]

Payment Company Square Reached Over 500 Million Worth of Bitcoin Sales in 2019

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Square Cash Bitcoin Sales Will Overtake Mining Rate After 2020 - Bitcoinist.com

Square Cash Bitcoin Sales Will Overtake Mining Rate After 2020 - Bitcoinist.com submitted by LightningPlus to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Sales on Cash App Doubled in Q2 2019

Bitcoin Sales on Cash App Doubled in Q2 2019 submitted by Ichi_MokuM to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

$52 million of Bitcoin bought on Cash App in Q4 2018, another all-time high! That's over $166 million of Bitcoin sales for Square in 2018!

$52 million of Bitcoin bought on Cash App in Q4 2018, another all-time high! That's over $166 million of Bitcoin sales for Square in 2018! submitted by 6maud to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[Help] Newegg's bitcoin sales are down

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Square Cash App’s Bitcoin Sales Surge to a Record $148 Million

Square’s earnings and revenue exceeded analyst estimates aided by the company’s Square Cash consumer app. Square Cash App’s Bitcoin sales surge to a record $148 million.
Global exchange- Cash App, the popular payment app from Square, was at first designed to enable fiat currency transfers, but soon started to support cryptocurrency trading. In the third quarter of 2019, Square managed sales of $148 million in bitcoin transactions.
The surge in sales indicates Square’s American customer’s major retail involvement in cryptocurrencies.
Square Earnings Exceeds Analyst Estimates
According to the released earnings results report, in the second quarter of 2019, Square handled $125 million in bitcoin transactions through its Cash App, almost doubling the first-quarter high. Yet Q2’s bitcoin sales contributed just $2 million to the company’s gross profit.
Square, in its Q3 investor letter, said:
“We are increasing the upper end of our full-year 2019 total net revenue guidance by $110 million due to underlying trends in our Seller and Cash App businesses, as well as bitcoin outperformance in the third quarter.”
Considering the low-profit margin on BTC transactions, it seems that more and more customers are finding their way to the Square Cash App for BItcoin investment.
The letter also stated:
“First-time Bitcoin buyers have approximately doubled and Cash Card orders have seen a meaningful uplift.”
The company’s total revenue increased to $1.27 billion year-over-year by 44 percent, and adjusted revenue grew to $602 million year-over-year- Globalxchange
The company’s net income in Q3 2019 was at $29 million, compared to a $20 million net income in Q3 2018.
Square’s Cash Card is a free business debit card that allows sellers to spend their own money as soon as they make a sale.
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Square’s Bitcoin Sales Volume Has Increased Sixfold Since Q1 2018

Square’s Bitcoin Sales Volume Has Increased Sixfold Since Q1 2018 submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

Square Cash App Q3 bitcoin sales topped a record $148 million, up over 270% since last year

Square Cash App Q3 bitcoin sales topped a record $148 million, up over 270% since last year submitted by ThrillerPodcast to thrillerpodcast [link] [comments]

Square's Bitcoin Sales Volume Has Increased Sixfold Since Q1 2018 » The Merkle Hash

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Square’s Bitcoin Sales Volume Has Increased Sixfold Since Q1 2018

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Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $9,174 as of 20:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Gaining 0.64% over the previous 24 hours. Bitcoin’s 24-hour range: $9,054-9,184; BTC above 10-day and 50-day moving average, a However, when you sell or exchange Bitcoin, you have to report the gain or loss on your taxes, just like any other capital asset. Best Father's Day Sales for 2020. Enter all your sales and trade info to accurately capture all your cryptocurrency transactions and keep the 1099-K for your records. It’s your responsibility to keep records of your transactions. The most common way to do this is to download your order or trading history from your exchange’s website. Antalya Homes brokered the payments with Bitcoin. This sale, worth of 1 million 250 thousand dollars, was the highest valued property sales ever made by Bitcoin in Turkey”. Bayram Tekce stated that Bitcoin can be converted into a property, but few real estate companies are able to do this. The world’s first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin is stored and exchanged securely on the internet through a digital ledger known as a blockchain. Bitcoins are divisible into smaller units known as satoshis — each satoshi is worth 0.00000001 bitcoin.

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