Whether you're a crypto veteran or brand new to digital assets, I'm virtually certain you've heard of Bitcoin (BTC).

Since its creation in 2008 in response to the stock market crash, cryptocurrency has taken a life of its own to a point where governments are starting to decide if, when, and how they're going to get involved.

Some countries are beginning to adopt Bitcoin as an official currency while others are banning it outright. Other countries aren't looking to implement crypto as a currency, but want to tax it as an asset.

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