Fight The ETN Dump Club Round 3!


#5993

Will get right on that. Hopefully in a years time we can all be chilling like John Dough. With ETN hats of course though.


#5994

starting to see etn block reward under 9k.


#5995


#5996

go Electroneum, smashing the vote !


#5997

What does that mean?


#5998

All invited to vote, share, retweet, like all you can basicaly to help ETN be more visible and afcourse to win this vote :))


#5999

Less and less etn is mined every day


#6000

I’m still playing here and there. Highest score is 187


#6001

Some ‘interesting posts’ I missed :rofl:. Good morning from the UK, what’s new today then?


#6002

not much new, but you can leave a vote :slight_smile:


#6003

Hey mates vote please :+1::clap: (not sure but that poll stinks as always - jump from 60/40 to 54/46 in less than 10 minutes…)


#6004

yes, this smells like bots…but dont worry, we will win anyway!


#6005

Two polls going on, make sure you do both of them, at clear poll scroll down until you get the the real John dough final poll


#6006

I’m off out with the kids shortly, when I get back I’ll set up a Twitter account and do this. What is Twitter anyway? :thinking::thinking::thinking:


#6007

Probably more a question for the UK people on here, do any of you hold your ETN in a limited company or have you transferred any into a limited company you’ve since set up?


#6008

That’s an odd question, I’m not sure I understand. Do you mean hold it as an asset within your limited company?


#6009

Personally I would keep ETN out of anything official, likely just going to get complicated in regards to taxing and valuing the asset.


#6010

@wTz1 Yes, I meant having a limited company holding the assets for me (with me as a director of that company).

@JC88 - I was wondering the opposite. UK tax laws state that any income earned personally has to have tax paid on it at the correct rate (10%, 20%, 40% etc…). I was wondering whether having the assets in a limited company would mean they could appreciate in value and rather than me having to pay 40% tax before I could spent the remainder, my business could start acquiring assets such as Buy To Let properties or such.

Thoughts guys??


#6011

I think expert advice is needed in that mate. I’m guessing here…if you transfer your ETN to a limited company then (and I am guessing remember,) the ETN will be taxed as income (depending on how tax levels work for businesses (I have no clue,).)So they’re gonna tax you anyway.


#6012

Yeah, it was a long shot to see if anyone had looked into it before i started down that path.

I was just trying to minimise tax liability as any sane person would :stuck_out_tongue: