Our Goals and Vision
The BitcoinTaxes Podcast started to help individuals better understand the relationship between cryptocurrency and taxation. The first installment of our series examined some of the complexities of crypto taxation by interviewing a variety of lawyers, tax attorneys, and legal professionals in the crypto-space. The current installment explores a variety of topics related to cryptocurrency and blockchain-technology.
Who We Are
In 2012 Bitcoin Taxes was created by Colin Mackie, CEO & Founder of BitcoinTaxes as a response to rising popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency investments. While the IRS and other tax entities around the world began to take stances on the taxation of crypto, most countries gave very little guidance on reporting and tax preparation. Today we are one of the leading Bitcoin and cryptocurrency capital gains and income tax calculation services, helping investors navigate the world of crypto taxation.
The BitcoinTaxes Podcast was created by Colin Mackie, CEO & Founder of BitcoinTaxes, and Salvatore Vescio, a customer outreach specialist at BitcoinTaxes, as a way to bring expert advice on crypto, blockchain, and crypto taxation directly to cryptocurrency users. The first series examined cryptocurrency taxation by interviewing tax attorneys, lawyers, and various tax professionals in the crypto tax space. In the second series, Sal interviews thought leaders and experts in the crypto community on topics ranging from the basics of cryptocurrency, to advanced applications of blockchain technology.
Meet The Host
The BitcoinTaxes Podcast was created by Colin Mackie, CEO & Founder of BitcoinTaxes, and Salvatore Vescio, a marketing and technical support specialist at BitcoinTaxes, as a way to bring expert advice on crypto, blockchain, and crypto taxation directly to cryptocurrency users. Sal joined the BitcoinTaxes team in Febuary of 2018 and has been working to create a better understanding of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology for the BitcoinTaxes audience. He began hosting the first series of the podcast, Bitcoin Taxes Examines: Cryptocurrency Taxation in January of 2019. His background is in Psychology & Cyber Security.