Cryptojackers Demonstrating how Cryptocurrency Mining will Revolutionize Tax Collection

Criminals are inadvertently demonstrating how cryptocurrency mining can be used for tax collection.
The biggest users of cryptojacking in the future will be governments because it can be a cheap and efficient means of taxation.
Instead of spending billions on tax collectors, accountants, auditors, etc., all a government would have to do is require every company operating; or person that owns a computer, within its borders to install official cryptojacking software. The software would mine Ethereum (ETH), an ER20 token, or the government’s official cryptocurrency.
Companies and individuals would go along because they would not have to pay taxes. The proceeds of official cryptocurrency mining can be deposited in a sovereign wealth fund to finance basic income, or pensions.

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Maduro Wants an OPEC Cryptocurrency?

Venezuela is backing the Petro with around five billion barrels of oil, Al Jazeera reported. An ICO of 38.4 million Petros is scheduled for 20 February 2018. Since the OPEC basket price for oil was $64.83 a barrel on 8 February 2018 – the oil backing the Petro was worth around $324.15 billion on that day.

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What can De La Rue Teach us about ICOS?

Despite that opportunity, De La Rue is a lousy stock that investors should stay away from because it makes little money. Those seeking to cash in on ICOs should take a hard look at De La Rue it proves that there is little profit from currency creation.

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