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Online Casinos in general: Stake Crypto Casino win and payout (Page 4)

Topic created on 30th May. 2024 | Page: 4 of 4 | Answers: 50 | Views: 2,873
AgentJ
Visitor

morallyreprehensible wrote on May 30, 2024 at 6:10 pm:

You don't HAVE to report anything to the tax office. Already explained several times here.

Procedure:
From stake to an external wallet.
From the wallet to an exchange and then sell there.
From the exchange to the account or withdraw with the card.
Done.
If you don't have a stable coin, send it to the exchange in a short period of time and exchange it for USDT, for example, and then back to your wallet. If you want to take your time when paying out. USDT is pegged to the dollar and therefore very stable in value. If you want to pull this over a few months, you will lose the least money or actually almost nothing.
With other cryptos, it could happen that from one day to the next the value falls so massively that you can't even get a slice of bread from it in the end.
For more details and tips, please send me a PN

Which external wallet do you use/can you recommend?

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gamble1
Legend

AgentJ wrote on 11.06.2024 at 12:27 pm:

Which external wallet do you use/can you recommend?

You can use Trust but I, for example, don't put a wallet in between but many people think it would be safer with what I can't confirm now but you can do it anyway

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dersawen
Top Member
exodus is also a very easy to use external wallet. if you plan to only play with crypto in the long term, i would suggest a ledger to keep your coins safe. it's a hardware wallet.

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moralischverwerflich
Expert

AgentJ wrote on 11.06.2024 at 12:27 pm:

Which external wallet do you use/can you recommend?

Trust.

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gamble1
Legend

dersawen wrote on 11.06.2024 at 22:14: exodus is also a very easy to use external wallet. if you plan to play only with crypto in the long term, I would suggest a ledger. so that the coins are kept safe. is a hardware wallet.

So it should win a lot, otherwise the acquisition costs are disproportionate to the benefits Something like this is worth it if you hold coins and have millions and not for a few K that you gamble through there once a month

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Malganes
Top Member
dersawen wrote on 11.06.2024 at 22:14: exodus is also a very easy to use external wallet. if you plan to only play with crypto in the long term, i would suggest a ledger. to keep the coins safe. is a hardware wallet.

gamble1 wrote on 14.06.2024 at 12:29:

So he should win properly otherwise the acquisition costs are out of proportion to the benefits Something like that is worth it if you hold coins and have millions and not for a few K that you gamble through there once a month

When I read that, I also thought that Ledger was more for when you want to manage larger amounts. On the one hand, Exodus is free and the Ledger Nano S Plus costs €79.00 if you choose the cheapest option.

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