Bitcoin’s anonymity is both a blessing and a curse
The 'Paradise Papers' is of course the big news story of the week. The extent to which offshore financial centres are used for tax avoidance (or even evasion) is one matter, but certainly for many, the driver is anonymity – both for genuine reasons and in some cases perhaps for more questionable reasons.
How important is anonymity in global transactions and structuring these days and can you ever really be truly anonymous? To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine.
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