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Steuertsunami Bitcoin (eBook, ePUB)
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Den meisten Bitcoin-Profiteuren ist noch gar nicht bewusst, dass die extrem hohen Gewinne zum Jahresende 2017 schon sehr bald eine umfassende Pflicht zum Tätigwerden gegenüber dem Finanzamt auslösen. Bereits am 31. Mai 2018 müssen alle die, die im Jahr 2017 noch satte Krypto-Gewinne gemacht haben, diese nun zum ersten Mal beim Finanzamt angeben und im Detail erläutern. Die Uhr zur Abgabe der Steuererklärung tickt bereits ziemlich laut. Die Finanzverwaltung konnte sich auf das enorme zusätzliche Steueraufkommen aus diesen neuen Ertragsquellen (lt. einer aktuellen Studie allein für das Jahr 2017 rund 726 Millionen Euro) nicht vorbereiten. Die davon betroffenen rund 400.000 Steuerpflichtigen aber auch nicht. Einziger Unterschied: Fehler oder gar ein Unterlassen des Steuerpflichtigen bei der Angabe von Kryptowährungsgewinnen können zu empfindlichen Strafen - bis hin zum Gefängnis - führen. Bislang unterlassene Angaben für Vorjahre sollten schnellstens nacherklärt werden, weil ansonsten eine Strafanzeige bereits zu spät erfolgen könnte. Alles in allem eine hochexplosive steuerliche und strafrechtliche Mischung, die das neue Buch ´´STEUERTSUNAMI BITCOIN´´ umfassend behandelt. Anhand einfacher Beispiele und zahlreicher Erläuterungen bieten die Autoren auf Grundlage ihrer langjährigen beruflichen Erfahrungen als Berater und Fachbuchautor nachvollziehbare und praktisch umsetzbare Antworten auf die drängendsten Fragen rund um das geltende Steuerrecht bei Kryptowährungen an. Ein unbedingtes Muss für jeden Bitcoin-Profiteur.

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Stand: 13.06.2019
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Blockchain 2.0 ? einfach erklärt ? mehr als nur...
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Was wäre, wenn deine Daten absolut sicher und unhackbar gespeichert werden könnten? Mittlerweile sind ´´Bitcoin´´ und ´´Kryptowährungen´´ in aller Munde ? doch hinter dem Begriff Blockchain steckt weitaus mehr. So sind Datenschutz, Tokenisierung, Smart Contracts und Besitz nur einige ihrer Anwendungsbereiche. Dieses Buch beinhaltet alles zu den Möglichkeiten, Potenzialen und Gefahren von dezentralen Anwendungen. Nach seinem Bestseller Kryptowährungen ? Bitcoin, Ethereum, Blockchain, ICO´s & Co. einfach erklärt widmet sich Dr. Julian Hosp nun der Erklärung der Blockchain auf simple Art und Weise. Daher ist dieses Buch sowohl für Einsteiger als auch Fortgeschrittene geeignet.

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Stand: 13.06.2019
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Die dezentrale Revolution (eBook, ePUB)
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Bitcoin und die Blockchain-Technologie sind angetreten, die Welt zu verändern. Sie geben Milliarden von Menschen, die bisher ohne Bankkonto auskommen müssen, Zugang zur globalen Wirtschaft. Start-up-Unternehmen finanzieren sich heute durch die Ausgabe digitaler Tokens. Wertobjekte wie Aktien, Immobilien oder Kunstwerke können ´´tokenisiert´´ und per Blockchain gehandelt werden. Doch die Vordenker der dezentralen Revolution wollen nicht nur Wirtschaft und Finanzwelt auf den Kopf stellen. Sie träumen von einer freien Gesellschaft ohne Machthaber und zentrale Autoritäten. Freiwillige Vereinbarungen sollen Hierarchien und Machtstrukturen ersetzen. Mit Kryptowährungen und Blockchain-Technologie stehen zum ersten Mal in der Geschichte die Mittel zur Verfügung, um eine solche Utopie umzusetzen. Aaron Koenig, Autor der Bestseller Bitcoin ? Geld ohne Staat und Cryptocoins ? Investieren in digitale Währungen stellt spannende neue Projekte vor: vom virtuellen Börsengang und dem dezentralen Internet bis hin zu ´´digitalen Nationen´´. Mit einem Vorwort von Bitcoin-Guru Andreas Antonopoulos.

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Stand: 17.06.2019
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Digital Cash (eBook, ePUB)
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The fascinating untold story of digital cash and its creators?from experiments in the 1970s to the mania over Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies Bitcoin may appear to be a revolutionary form of digital cash without precedent or prehistory. In fact, it is only the best-known recent experiment in a long line of similar efforts going back to the 1970s. But the story behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and its blockchain technology has largely been untold?until now. In Digital Cash , Finn Brunton reveals how technological utopians and political radicals created experimental money to bring about their visions of the future: protecting privacy or bringing down governments, preparing for apocalypse or launching a civilization of innovation and abundance that would make its creators immortal. The incredible story of the pioneers of cryptocurrency takes us from autonomous zones on the high seas to the world?s most valuable dump, from bank runs to idea coupons, from time travelers in a San Francisco bar to the pattern securing every twenty-dollar bill, and from marketplaces for dangerous secrets to a tank of frozen heads awaiting revival in the far future. Along the way, Digital Cash explores the hard questions and challenges that these innovators faced: How do we learn to trust and use different kinds of money? What makes digital objects valuable? How does currency prove itself as real to us? What would it take to make a digital equivalent to cash, something that could be created but not forged, exchanged but not copied, and which reveals nothing about its users? Filled with marvelous characters, stories, and ideas, Digital Cash is an engaging and accessible account of the strange origins and remarkable technologies behind today?s cryptocurrency explosion.

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Stand: 13.06.2019
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Trust Economy (eBook, ePUB)
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Airbnb, Uber, TripAdvisor, Bitcoin, Carousell - this is the way we live today. Over the past decade, one of the most revolutionary changes in our global economy has been the creation of trusted digital intermediaries. These platforms allow us - as individuals and as businesses - to exchange value with one another in new and better ways. We are experiencing a modern relationship renaissance, enabled by technology and powered by trust. But not everyone has succeeded equally. Corporate innovation efforts are often stymied by a culture of distrust that kills creativity, impedes progress and reduces competitive advantage. As incumbents lurch from one identity crisis to another and startups flood every industry from retail to insurance, only the most trusted players will succeed. The Trust Economy introduces a world-first structured model for building trust in six progressive stages. Whatever industry you´re in, whatever the size of your business, the trust model will set you on the path to reaping the most value from the opportunities and challenges of the digital age.

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Stand: 13.06.2019
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Task Lyst (eBook, ePUB)
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Elliott is a struggling musician who is trying to piece together enough cash every month to keep his dream of performing alive while also paying his rent. That?s when he discovered the new app TASK LYST. As a service provider, he sets his own hours, his funds are delivered covertly in bitcoin and the rates continue to grow?but so does his suspicion over the type of tasks that he is being asked to complete. Is the anonymous nature of app-based freelance work enough to abate Elliott?s suspicions?and conscience? Meanwhile, the glossy new Task Lyst corporation is looking for start-up capital and perhaps an extra way to make the app profitable, by assisting the government in spying on users. Alice Seeger is a smart and beautiful executive who once had a promising future in Silicon Valley, but a few bad investments have put her on the edge of being fired and saddled with a lifestyle that she can no longer afford. At first glance, Task Lyst seemed like an app to pass on?until she discovers it?s dark underbelly which makes it more appealing financially while also being an enormous legal liability. She must test her own professional judgment against her morals in determining at what price she finds her own success. This gig-economy thriller takes a look at the on-demand service industry, and it?s shady possibilities. Apps have become all-encompassing in our fast-paced modern lives and their utility is undeniable. In this gripping thriller, we follow the many sides, shades and shadows of the app economy and test the question: how far is too far?

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Stand: 14.06.2019
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Disruptive Power (eBook, ePUB)
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Anonymous. WikiLeaks. The Syrian Electronic Army. Edward Snowden. Bitcoin. The Arab Spring. Digital communication technologies have thrust the calculus of global political power into a period of unprecedented complexity. In every aspect of international affairs, digitally enabled actors are changing the way the world works and disrupting the institutions that once held a monopoly on power. No area is immune: humanitarianism, war, diplomacy, finance, activism, or journalism. In each, the government departments, international organizations and corporations who for a century were in charge, are being challenged by a new breed of international actor. Online, networked and decentralized, these new actors are innovating, for both good and ill, in the austere world of foreign policy. They are representative of a wide range of 21st century global actors and a new form of 21st century power: disruptive power. In Disruptive Power , Taylor Owen provides a sweeping look at the way that digital technologies are shaking up the workings of the institutions that have traditionally controlled international affairs. The nation state system and the subsequent multinational system were founded on and have long functioned through a concentration of power in the state. Owen looks at the tools that a wide range of new actors are using to increasingly control international affairs, and how their rise changes the way we understand and act in the world. He considers the bar for success in international digital action and the negative consequences of a radically decentralized international system. What new institutions will be needed to moderate the new power structures and ensure accountability? And how can governments and corporations act to promote positive behavior in a world of disruptive innovation? Owen takes on these questions and more in this probing and sober look at the frontier of international affairs, in a world enabled by information technology and increasingly led by disruptive innovators. With cutting edge analysis of the fast-changing relationship between the declining state and increasingly powerful non-state actors, Disruptive Power is the essential road map for navigating a networked world.

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Stand: 13.06.2019
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Invest in crypto currencies the perfect start (...
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Most people have already heard of Bitcoin, crypto currencies or blockchain. Unfortunately, the negative headlines have prevented many from learning more about these topics. The truth is that these technologies solve many global problems and are trend-setting in many digital areas such as the future WEB 3.0. This E-Book gives you a brief overview of what crypto currencies are, which are the largest in terms of market capitalization, how a sensible investment works and an introduction on how crypto currencies are bought and sold.

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Stand: 13.06.2019
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