Any European cryptonators out here ? would love to hear from ya!


#21

I use paper wallet plus exodus myself. Considering any trezor…

By the way from Sweden :slight_smile:


#22

Hello, Luxembourg here :nerd_face:


#23

First Slovenian here who will step on the Moon


#24

hey guys, Saluti from italy.


#25

Hello from Croatia :rocket:


#26

Ah, nog een Nederlander


#27

To get bitcoin from fiat I opened a Kraken exchange account, since the first atm is almost 2 hours away and charges 8% fee.

Do you guys have better way to get into the cryptoworld in your country?


#28

I’m from Italy too (saluti da Bergamo), and I also bought on Kraken, but I think that Coinbase may have less fees if you use the Gdax “trick”… I’m playing with very little money, so fees are eating me out.


#29

Hi from Germany! As an Estonian, do you have some insights or an opinion on Mothership?


#30

Hello neighbor! Greetings from Germany.


#31

I’m not happy about the fees either, i was contemplating about the coinbase/gdax trick, mainly are the withdraw fees on kraken (0.001 btc) seems eccessive.

Also don’t forget to say hi in the italian section.:wink:


#32

what Italian section?


#33

Hi! I am from Czech. I claim only what I spend and its showing in bank account as the rest is changing all the time and its " not real ". Ordered also anonymous credit card so let see how all goes. Soon I will meet up with my tax guy to talk about this in more depth. To the MOOOOOOON <3


#34

I am a German living in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I got in the crypto business after I met a group of crypto gurus from Bali in Sri Lanka. I jumped in at the 2nd of August and it came out that I really have a lucky hand with more then 200 % profit. :smiley:

Since then I am reading and watching around the clock the crypto market.

THE GOOD THING: In Denmark is Crypto Profit Tax free (so far)!

I also gonna order the TenX- Card to spend some of my profits :slight_smile: Goal is midterm to get a 50 k profit out of a 2 k investment. #moonshot


#35

#36

Nice man!
Im also from Germany.
Invested in few altcoins and in one ICO.


#37

Na cool! :slight_smile:

so no bitcoins? :slight_smile: My portfolio: 50 % Neo; 25 % BTC; 20 % OMG; 2 % PAY; 2 % LTC; 0,5 % CVC; 0,5% XEM


#38

mmmhhh i’m interested in the anonymous credit card, also the tax dilemma is pretty complicated here too.


#39

I did some research at the beginning and it seems that in Italy Cryptos are not taxable, and are treated as a foreign currency… The problem is that this is a new thing, and the government has to catch up yet


#40

Greetings from Denmark. Here bitcoin is considered a currency and therefore the are no taxes on profits. Lets hope it stays like that :sunglasses: