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Crypto Tax Question

I'm wondering if anyone knows the tax rules on the following scenario:

I have the following two seperate Crypto accounts:

Account A: I hold a large position of Bitcoin in cold storage that I keep dollar cost averaging into each month with fiat and HODL and don't plan on selling. 

Account B: I actively day-trade a smaller position in BTC with shitcoins to increase my BTC amount. 

Does the "first in, first out" tax rule apply to the holdings in Account A as I am actively trading in Account B? 

Essentially, I want to know which outcome applies:

A) Account A can grow annually tax free (as long as I don't sell) and then I only pay capital gains each year in the active trading Account B. 

B) Or would each purchase and sell in Account B some how get tied to Account A for tax purposes?

FYI I'm in Canada but I'd be happy to hear US rules as well. 

John Doe
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I'd guess you should pay taxes. In general taxes are paid or any income I don't see any reason why DeFi should be exempt.

Sam ColtExChangemaker
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American's unlike Italians, really do pay their taxes. But me being non American have no idea how the US taxmachine works except that it's a big complicated topic and nobody in Murica seems happy about it. While I am reading this I think this data is already worth sharing.

You got to look at this from bottom to top. 
You got to look at this from bottom to top. 



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