Registering your tokens if you live in the United States

#21

Better late than never :smiley:
When you access your personal account and make a tranfer, whether you use VPN or not, they’ll figure out it’s you 'cause you open your account in the first place. Or am I missing something?

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#22

Well, it might be true, but in this case it was a simple money transfer, nothing suspicious, but the government is trying to limit non-contractual jobs by verifying each payment, and it looks especially shady to them, if the same amount of money is transfered to the same account on a constant basis, it’s a salary then, and somebody might be hiding from taxes you know :smiley:

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#23

Sometimes a simple money transfer can change the world :rofl: But in general you are right, banks and governments try to limit non-contractual jobs

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#24

If it is not security tokens, there is no need to register

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#25

Exactly. So, payments in crypto will solve this problem for ordinary people. On the other hand, anonymous transactions are a gateway for money laundering, so basic regulation is definitely needed

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