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in crypto •  3 years ago 

According to the article below, travelers will have to declare their crypto every time they enter the Yunaites if they hold any in excess of $10,000, whether they are held in paper wallets or they have some way of accessing the crypto through electronic devices, etc.


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http://www.altcointoday.com/law-will-oblige-travelers-entering-us-to-declare-digital-currency-holdings/

Why?

Do travelers have to declare their debit cards, traveler's checks, etc., if they can access $10,000 through them?

No equivalence. Just because crypto doesn't reside in a bank account or vault outside the Yunaites doesn't mean it is on my person per se, either. So I am not bringing it into the U.S.

"My unicorn ate my crypto." This is not advice, so please consult with an "accredited" professional.

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Since crypto isn't taken seriously by most of the public the phrase "that's worth money?" Would probably work.

Prolly.