US Government Auctioning off Litecoin

Last Updated: June 22, 2021

The US government is planning on selling off Litecoin and Bitcoin that have been seized from a citizen because they didn’t pay their revenue taxes. They managed to make more than $900,000 by selling
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US Government Auctioning off Litecoin
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The US government is planning on selling off Litecoin and Bitcoin that have been seized from a citizen because they didn’t pay their revenue taxes.

They managed to make more than $900,000 by selling almost 17 Bitcoins in three different auctions in 2020. Regional commissioner Thomas Meiron said, “With the addition of a new type of cryptocurrency, this promises to be one of our most exciting auctions of the year.”

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If an investor wants to bid, they must register. They also need to have a digital wallet so that the funds can be safely transferred.

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