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The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may consider subpoenaing major tech companies like Apple, Google and Microsoft in search of taxpayers’ unreported cryptocurrency holdings. That’s according to a slide deck presentation from an IRS cyber training session, which details a number of ways the agency’s criminal investigators might find potential crypto tax cheats. “Issuance of a Grand Jury Subpoena should be considered for Apple, Google, and Microsoft for the Subject’s complete application download history,” says the slide deck prepared by James Daniels, the program manager for cyber crimes at the IRS’ criminal investigation unit. “Each application’s function should be explored to determine whether or not the application can transmit, or otherwise allow, transactions in bitcoin,” Daniels wrote. If so, it should be checked whether the app allows only peer-to-peer transactions, or also transactions with crypto-related businesses. The deck was leaked on Twitter this week by a certified public accountant (CPA) named Laura Walter. The IRS confirmed to CoinDesk that the slides were genuine. Read more on coindesk.com #readysetcrypto #crypto #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #ethereum #litecoin #ripple #xrp #neo #sto #tron #key #wallet #coin #token #coins #yourbrainonblockchain #binance #blockchain #trading #market #money #2019 #btc #satoshi #defi #IRS #btc

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