Tax implications of withdraw fee from one exchange (Binance) to another GDAX/Coinbase

I transferred 0.2 ETH and 0.3 ETH in separate transfers from GDAX to Binance (GDAX does not charge a fee for this).

Then, I transferred back from Binance to GDAX all 0.5 ETH, but since Binance charges a 0.01 ETH withdraw fee, I now only have 0.49 ETH in my GDAX account.

Then, I sell my 0.49 ETH on GDAX.

Assuming I would like to report taxes, how do I take into account the 0.01 ETH in transfer fee assuming the following:

0.2 ETH was purchased at $100

0.3 ETH was purchased at $120

0.49 ETH was sold at $400 (within a year)

In other words, what’s the best way to report these two transactions on form 8949 (

Recover bitcoin wallet with old Private Key

about 3 years ago I created my bit coin wallet and purchased few bit coins. I have done couple transactions with my wallet paying for things I bought in the internet.

I have no record of my wallet

I do have my private key

Recently I tried to import my private key in and got the message Invalid private key encoding

I know for sure that this is my private key

I will appreciate any helpin explaining what could be the reason for this error message

Also, how I can see transactions done with this private key

..and ofcourse any ideas to recover will be greatly appreciated

decompressing Multibit wallet private key in another wallet

I have some bitcoin amount in my Multibit wallet. unfortunately i can not figure the password I put on it for transferring coins for the life of me despite trying all possible passwords i could think of. But i do have a back up copy of my private key and if you are familiar with multibit wallet you know upon backing private key it asks you to password protect your backup and i do have that password. so how can i impart this private key in another wallet and decompress it there? is there any wallet that can do it?
I do appreciate your help and comment.

Import Multibit multibit.key into Electrum

Have a multibit.key file from an old Multibit Wallet, but can’t import it into Electrum.

When I copy and paste the char string from the file into the “Import Addresses and Private Keys” Electrum window it just never allows me to push Next and proceed.

What am I doing wrong? Is there any other way?

What are the debug categories?

In the bitcoin configuration you can set debug logging for the following categories. I can’t seem to find an explanation of what each of these categories does. Can someone explain them or point me in the right direction?


Output debugging information (default: 0, supplying
is optional). If is not supplied or if
= 1, output all debugging information. can be:

net, tor, mempool, http, bench, zmq, db, rpc, estimatefee, addrman,
selectcoins, reindex, cmpctblock, rand, prune, proxy, mempoolrej,
libevent, coindb, qt, leveldb.

how to add a buy transaction using bitcoin @

I’m using to track my bitcoins and altcoins.

I’ve purchased some altcoins, and added these altcoins to my portfolio, and ensuring I entered the amount per unit in bitcoin, but I am unsure if this debits my total portfolio by the amount of bitcoin required to pay for the transaction.

It seems I have too much bitcoin in my portfolio @, which doesn’t reflect my purchase of altcoins using some of my bitcoin.

Is my BTC gone?

I sent 1 BTC back in 2014 to an exchange, I do not rember which Exchange I sent it to after the original transaction.

Is there a way for me to track down which exchange I sent it to? Willing to give a reward for anyone who helps me.

How to check about 10 million bitcoin addresses?

A few years ago I deposited a specific amount of bitcoins into an address and wrote that address/private key down. I lost the last four characters of the address. I counted that each character can be 26 upper + 26 lower + 10 digits = 62 characters. So missing 4 characters means that my wallet can be an of 62*62*62*62 = 14,776,336 addresses. How can I programmatically check all those combinations? I will find all the addresses with the same bitcoins as I deposited and then check them one by one as I expect (hope) there to be less than 1,000 matching addresses.

I’ve checked but they timed me out after a few requests, I checked but they are expensive.

Old Wallet, Private key and known public address

This is the scenario
I have an old wallet
This wallet misses a transaction. This transaction was confirmed several times in 2014
I have the public address of that transaction
If I ask to my friend to send the payment again (how?) to my address , will I get my founds back again?
In other words, I have an old backup of a wallet that misses a transaction but I have the pubblic address where my friend sent the coins
Is thera a way to get the litecoin back again without knowing the private key?Consider that I have the original wallet