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Frequently asked questions
If we consider Bitcoin to have intrinsic value due to some of its features such as limitedness and unforgeability and use it as a tool that preserves value over time, perhaps it is an asset worth buying. Bitcoin can be presented as a type of investment that preserves the value of your savings in the long term. However, we recommend that before purchasing Bitcoin, study the ins and outs of the Bitcoin market and consult with professionals.
Yes. You won’t always pay tax on crypto in the UK. According to the UK government Tax Manual, transactions that are tax free include: When your total gains are under annual tax-free
allowance (£12,300), Gifting crypto-assets to your spouse, transferring cryptocurrency between your own wallets and donating cryptocurrency to charity.
According to HMRC guidelines, when you dispose of crypto-asset exchange tokens (known as cryptocurrency), you may need to pay Capital Gains Tax. Note that you pay Capital Gains Tax when your gains from selling certain assets go over the tax-free allowance.
You can purchase a small amount of Bitcoin, unlike stocks. The least amount of Bitcoin that you can likely purchase is equivalent to 1 Satoshi, or 0.00000001 Bitcoins, depending on its price of the day.
According to HMRC tax record guide, crypto investors must declare the following: Type of tokens, date you disposed of them, number of tokens you’ve disposed of, number of tokens you have left, value of the tokens in pound sterling, bank statements and wallet addresses, and records of the pooled costs before and after you disposed of them.
Due to theft, computer malfunction, loss of access keys, and other reasons, users may lose Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency tokens. Although hot wallets are still practical for some users, cold storage (also known as offline wallets) is one of the safest ways to store Bitcoin because it cannot be accessed online. Consider using a hardware wallet for all of your long-term Bitcoin and cryptocurrency storage if you’re looking for the safest storage option. For short-term investments, you can also keep your Bitcoins on our exchange wallet in order to trade more easily.If you want to hold Bitcoin long-term, although you can still keep your cryptocurrency in this wallet, it is better to not keep it in the exchange wallet nor the software one. The safest option would be a hardware wallet.