The time to get out of crypto was before you got in.
I've been considering it but I might leave it there as a bet upon coins I still have plaintive hope in like Fantom & Powerledger.Could always try and exchange some for cash via LocalBitcoins (or w.e. the cash equivalent is). Would suggest doing it somewhere very public though so you don't get ganked.
Part of the problem for guys in the States, if they have that BTC on a US exchange account or a foreign one that reports trades to the FTC/IRS, even if they just pull it out into a proper wallet that is likely going to be picked up on by the federal scum in the reporting that they get. They might flag that as an event that needs explaining on your tax return, or alternatively just use some software to see if there is a transfer out of that wallet and hassle you when that happens. GayCould always try and exchange some for cash via LocalBitcoins (or w.e. the cash equivalent is). Would suggest doing it somewhere very public though so you don't get ganked.
Thanks, drug addicts, for propping up the crypto market for people who need to use it for other sorts of transactions.When you don't have to use it to get the good blotters from an old commune in Oregon.
Let's be real it has been and always will be a narco currency.