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Lukka Co-CEO Explains How Blockchain Data Saves on Taxes

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Lukka Co-CEO Explains How Blockchain Data Saves on Taxes

On July 30th, over thirty of crypto’s top minds gathered for the largest single-day livestream trading event of its kind. Nine star-studded panels included mainstream trading expert Jon Najarian, macro investors Mike Novogratz and Raoul Pal, and technical analysis specialists Erik Crown and Tone Vays, among many others. Head over to the Cointelegraph YouTube channel now to watch the full recording of Cointelegraph Crypto Traders Live!

The Cointelegraph Crypto Traders Live event was made possible by data company Lukka. Lukka focuses on processing blockchain and tokenized asset data to support normal business operations. Their website claims they are “the gold standard of digital asset data.” Lukka’s products range from DIY tax solutions and data valuations to a subscription-based digital asset content library.

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Lukka Co-CEO Explains How Blockchain Data Saves on Taxes

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