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no one out thefts the grand theftors

so you turn someone in, then the IRS is going to 'withhold taxes' on any payment they make to you for being a snitch

pay da man

Bitcoin Whistleblowers: More Fortunes To Be Made​

John Joy
November 5, 2021

Investors in Bitcoin have already made their fortunes, but for those who never bought in, becoming a Bitcoin whistleblower could be the next best thing.
Just over a week ago, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) paid out $200 million to a whistleblower who reported Deutsche Bank for manipulating LIBOR. If you’re wondering why the CFTC is handing out hundreds of millions of dollars, it’s because the CFTC runs a whistleblower reward program that allows people to submit information on legal violations in return for 10-30% of any fine the CFTC collects. A similar program is run by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the IRS. With the CFTC and the SEC competing to regulate the crypto market, and the IRS chasing Bitcoin holders for tax, the stage is set for Bitcoin whistleblowers to potentially make their fortunes.
  • CFTC Whistleblower Rewards

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Apr 1, 2010
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Bounty hunters. $200,000,000 is almost enough money to make a person lie.


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I dunno...$200m isn't what it used to be. I mean sure it'll fund a decent weekend hookerz and blow soirée, but the party will be over Sunday night and Monday morning the hangover will begin. Plus then you'll have to live the rest of your life looking in the mirror knowing you're a rat.