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Emigrar de Argentina a otro país - Miniserie tomo 2

Continuando desde la miniguia #1 sobre “cuidadania vs residencia fiscal” seguramente ahora te das cuenta que estas pagando una fortuna en impuestos por tus ganancias del exterior, te están pesificando tu dinero ganado con mucho esfuerzo a una tasa vil… y lo único que pensás es “me quiero ir”...
Esta mini guía tomo #2 no esta orientada al que se quiere ir por trabajo, o por amor, o por aventuras, todos objetivos nobles, pero que no son lo que nos interesa en este reducto de inversionistas oligarcas especuladores capitalistas salvajes: esta apuntada al inversor, o profesional que tiene muchas ganancias del exterior, que en Argentina no tiene nada que lo ate (capaz incluso se siente amargado y presionado por el odio hacia “los ricos” que hay en argentina, quien tiene dos gallinas es acusado de “oligarca vendepatria”), y que capaz que le están pesificando su ganancia todos los meses y cobrándole impuestos salvajes y confiscatorios sin recibir nada a cambio.
Vamos a partir de una simple premisa: IR DONDE NOS TRATEN MEJOR!
Si vos tenes un marido golpeador, abusivo, sucio, que encima te tira la culpa de todo a vos, lo mejor que podes hacer es irte! Ese marido abusivo es el estado argentino, te maltrata y después te dice que es tu culpa, que el es un buen estado, que vos sos el garca por querer vivir mejor.
Por ejemplo: un programador? te pasaste 18 horas al dia estudiando C++ para ganar 3000 dolares al mes rompiéndote el orto, para que el gobierno te lo pesifique y te siga condenando a vivir comiendo arroz con gorgojos en Aldo Bonzi? Es hora de rajar !
Otro ejemplo: alguien que heredo un apartamento en el exterior y tiene renta en dolares (se te murió tu amado tío soltero y te dejo un hermoso apartamento en Francia que rinde 2500 euros mensuales de renta? Pobre tío, en vez de ayudarte, te dejo un elefante blanco, por que bienes personales y ganancias te están devorando el hígado, y encima cuando traes tu ganancia a Argentina te la licuan y te dan billetitos con la cara de Evita que apenas te alcanzan para comprar un maple de huevos rancios)….
¿La solución de estos problemas? Tomarse el palo a un país de baja o nula tributacion!
Bueno, todos dicen “andate del país” sin considerar que so hay muchos pasos que tomar… no es simplemente saltar en un avión con destino favorito (algunos lo hacen, pero esas aventuras suelen no terminar bien).
Hay muchos motivos para irse:
  1. laborales
  2. económicos (impuestos principalmente, lo que nos interesa a nosotros!)
  3. políticos (si te cansaste del amado líder bigoton como yo, también querés volar seguramente)
  4. familiares
  5. aventuras
  6. amorosos
  7. otros...
Luego, como nos vamos?
Con residencia temporal o permanente; esto es la mejor manera, podemos residir y no tenemos las obligaciones de un ciudadano!
Hay muchas residencias según el país, por ejemplo, rentista, pensionado, deportista, cónyuge de un ciudadano, refugiado, etc...es cuestión de investigar en el país que nos interesa en su legislación en que hueco nos podemos meter.
Obviamente nos interesa mudarnos a un país que tenga menos impuestos que Argentina, y que ademas su sistema tributario sea TERRITORIAL, es decir que no nos cobre por las ganancias que hacemos fuera de ese territorio. Y que ademas no tenga ningún impuesto falopa a los bienes personales, riqueza o similares.
Incluso hay países donde podemos COMPRAR la residencia por inversión! Normalmente estos países están buenísimos por que tienen pocos o bajos impuestos, todo sale rápido y fácil, te tratan como los mejores (después de todo viniste a poner guita a su país! ¿señor magnate, quiere mas champagne mientras le abrimos la cuenta?) … el tema es… es CARO!! Muy caro! Pueden buscar “golden visa” en google para mas info.
Incluso países como EEUU tienen este programa, pero en el caso de EEUU se hacen los culo estrecho y te rompen muchísimo la bolas para darte esa visa, es el peor lugar para ir a pedir una visa por inversión, recuerden “vamos donde nos tratan bien”, el que pone la guita MANDA, y si me tratan mal, me voy a otro lado...
Recuerden que no es solo la inversión en si, sino también los costos de abogados, apostillas, viajes, etc que suman como un 40/50% mas a la jodida. Vale la pena si minaste bitcoin en 2009 y te hiciste millonario y todavía no casheaste o cosas así… Muchos muchos famosos compran residencia en Bahamas, Mónaco, Belice, etc por esta razón.
Es importante elegir un país donde la residencia nos permita llegar a una eventual ciudadanía, digamos para no hacer un trabajo inútil, de poco sirve pasar 10 años residiendo en un tugurio sin obtener ningún beneficio a cambio; al menos un segundo pasaporte nos tenemos que llevar de trofeo, y si es de un paraíso con entrada sin VISA a la zona Europea, Canada y EEUU, mucho mejor!
Noten que las residencias doradas normalmente NO permiten trabajar. Obvio no? Pusiste 2 millones euro para “vivir” en Mónaco (y creo que me quedo corto) y vas a laburar? Sos boludo? Disfruta tus millones campeón!!
Con ciudadanía
La ciudadanía nos brinda un segundo pasaporte, y los beneficios y protecciones de un ciudadano, y muchas veces se la podemos pasar a nuestros hijos.
Escarben entre sus antepasados, capaz tienen algún abuelo Italiano, o similar, esa investigación queda a cargo de cada uno, hay agencias que se dedican a investigar por ustedes, y conseguir los documentos también a cambio de una módica (o no, depende del país que haya que investigar) suma.
Con permiso de trabajo
Muchos países ofrecen permisos de trabajo, especialmente si tenes un facilitador (una empresa que te contrate), sos una minoría oprimida (donde están mis negros israelitas transexuales paralíticos que nacieron sin ojos ni boca ni manos ni pies ni torso?), tenes mucha suerte (lotería green card!) o haces algo inusualmente bueno (sos el mejor tenista de Argentina? Es probable que te den residencia donde se te cante el orto, felicitaciones!)
Para los desesperados:
Ir de turista y quedarse ilegalmente: la opción mas fácil, la mas peligrosa y estúpida. Querés estar en negro de por vida? Algunos países permiten regularizarse, otros no. Esto normalmente lo hacen los hippies, gente boba que cree que las leyes no aplican a ellos (tipica minita flower power), o desesperados. Es normal encontrarse argentinos trabajando en la playa de mozos absolutamente en negro por chirolas. NO LO RECOMIENDO para nada.
Bebe ancla: te vas embarazada a “x” pais que permita recibir la ciudadanía por nacer ahí (ejemplo EEUU), al parir ahi tenes un hijo de ese pais, eso concede normalmente derecho a residir a los padres. Esta situación es cada vez mas difícil, los gobiernos ya se avivaron de esta jugarreta, antes había (hay?) toda una industria de llevar embarazadas a EEUU a tener hijos allá. Sirve para otros países también… uno podría decir que sirve incluso para Argentina, ponele que sos de Senegal y querés quedarte súper legal en Argentina? Vas embarazada y ya… bebe ancla!
Matrimonio con un nativo del lugar: la mayoría de los países conceden una residencia que luego se puede transformar en ciudadanía al casarse. OJO, LA MAYORÍA VERIFICA QUE EL MATRIMONIO SEA REAL, lo de comprar un matrimonio no va mas!! Se avivaron! Ahora te hacen preguntas a ver si realmente conoces a la persona, incluso te hacen visitas sorpresa a ver si realmente estas conviviendo. Es la manera mas sencilla, pero desde mi punto de vista, la mas costosa. Prefiero comprar una residencia...
Otras opciones
Hay VISAS de trabajo, de gente especializada, etc, todo varia según el destino que quieran ir, sera tarea de ustedes leer bien bien la documentación migratoria de cada país que les interese y buscar el hueco por donde colarse legalmente…
edit Otra opcion para desesperados, agregada gracias a Diarrea Cerebral:
Enrolarte en la Legión Extranjera Francesa. Sin preguntas, sin secundario completo, sin exigir francés, a sola firma y pasaporte. Todo hombre de 18 a 40 con buena dentadura es bienvenido. Si sobrevivis 5 años en el África, te vas con la ciudadanía y un uniforme re fachero. A las chicas les encanta y a algunos pibes también.
Documentación que deberíamos llevar siempre desde Argentina, no importa a que país planeamos mudarnos, nos conviene llevar estos documentos desde Argentina, sino es un pijazo tener que hacer estos documentos en el país destino a través de consulados que trabajan lento y de mala gana:
Copias de todo, es mas barato normalmente hacerlas en Argentina que afuera, ademas es un dolor de huevos andar buscando una fotocopiadora en Moscu a las apuradas sin saber el idioma...
Todo documento debe ser debidamente legalizado y apostillado, y prestar atención a la fecha de vencimiento, cosas como el certificado de antecedentes penales normalmente no te lo aceptan luego de 3 meses de emitido.
Bueno ya logramos irnos de Argentina! Ya perdimos la residencia fiscal! ¿Y ahora? ¡A disfrutar de nuestros millones de bitcoins! Próxima miniserie: “Banca en el exterior, mal llamada offshore”.
Fin por hoy
pd links para empezar a pensar a donde rajar:
https://www.lanacion.com.alifestyle/en-que-paises-le-piden-visa-argentinos-nid2230416
https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-47572413
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_taxation
de esta lista nos interesan los que dicen Territorial o No personal Income:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_taxation#Individuals
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User Guide, FAQ and 10 Commandments

Dear Wasabikas,
Thank you all for taking the time to consider your privacy, and welcome to the community. This post is a guide for using Wasabi and should be read before reaching out for help. Currently Wasabi Support accepts questions in the following languages: English, Spanish (español), French (français), Russian (Русский), Italian (italiano) and Hungarian (magyar).
Our support team now has a dedicated PGP key set:
PGP Fingerprint: 30FE 98B2 6219 2F35 72BB 9C6D F8FC B536 5407 1408
You may choose to ask for help more discretely through DM, or perhaps you have sensitive information that you may need to share. We recommend encrypting data against the support key, however you may choose to encrypt messages against any of the following keys you trust (you may also encrypt against several keys).

After you have looked through the commandments, please check out our FAQ written by 6102bitcoin, and our community built documentation: https://github.com/zkSNACKs/WalletWasabi/blob/masteWalletWasabi.Documentation/FAQ.md https://docs.wasabiwallet.io/

The Ten Commandments

1 - Wasabi is for defense only

2 - Verify the integrity of your software

Wasabi Wallet is an open-source project with many contributors. When downloading the wallet, you may chose to go to the official site or to the official GitHub to build from source. Wasabi is available at our official site:
https://wasabiwallet.io/ (Clear-net)
http://wasabiukrxmkdgve5kynjztuovbg43uxcbcxn6y2okcrsg7gb6jdmbad.onion
Please check signatures after completing downloads, the concern here is that you may accidentally fall for a phishing attempt and be on a malicious site downloading a malicious piece of software.
Alternatively, you may also build the code from source here, instructions are available here:
https://github.com/zkSNACKs/WalletWasabi

3 - Keep your mnemonic words and password safely stored (BOTH!)

When creating a new wallet - write down your mnemonic seed AND password and store those safely. Wasabi is a fully non-custodial wallet, which means that should always be in possession of your keys, and this means safely storing a backup in case your computer is lost or the wallet crashes. Often times when things go wrong, users panic. If you have done this step, there is very little you have to worry about. Also, under no circumstance should you reveal the password or mnemonic words to anyone that asks for them. Lastly, understand that if you lose your password, it becomes much harder (if not impossible) to restore your wallet - so store both safely!

4 - Practice good labeling AND try to never reuse addresses

Each time you receive coins, you will be asked to create a label. This label is only for you and is stored exclusively on your device. Wasabi has strong coin control features, and as you continue to use the wallet, you will observe that the history of your coins will appear, and this history is only useful to you if you are practicing good labeling. An example of a good label:
June 20 - $400 from Coinbase, primary account
June 7 - 0.2 BTC Received from Bob via Bisq
Examples of bad labels:
Address #1
0.5 BTC
Lastly, if you must use an exchange, try to ask for a new deposit address on each deposit. In the same way that you should never receive Bitcoin to the same address twice, you should try to avoiding sending Bitcoin to the same address twice.

5 - CoinJoin whenever possible and be patient!

The process of engaging in a CoinJoin is as simple as selecting a coin or coins to en-queue and entering your password. Once coins have en-queued for CoinJoining, you must keep your computer online and awake, as the CoinJoin process is interactive. As a coinjoin is really just many users (up to 100) en-queuing coins at the same time, it may take up to two hours for you to successfully participate in a CoinJoin and clean outputs should only be spent once the CoinJoin transaction is confirmed. For context, Wasabi currently does 18 CoinJoins a day, or roughly one every 1 hour and 20 minutes. As more users join the network, the frequency of these CoinJoins will go up. Lastly, if you are able and patient enough to re-mix your coins, please do so. Re-mixing coins is nearly free and greatly encouraged!

6 - Use separate profiles

When you put a label on an address, or ask a question on this Reddit or send coins to a merchant be wary of the profile you choose. If you can create a dummy Reddit account as opposed to an account where you may have revealed your personal details elsewhere - use that. When you spend coins from your wallet, consider what you might want to keep private from the merchant or individual you are interacting with. In the same way that reusing addresses hurts your privacy, consolidating all of your online behavior into one profile can do the same.

7 - Never merge mixed and unmixed coins, and avoid large merges of mixed coins!

The first part should be somewhat intuitive - coins in your wallet have shields (red, yellow, green and green +) and it is at a minimum important to never send non-red coins (coins with anonset > 1) with red coins (coins with anonset == 1). By merging your tainted coins with your mixed coins, you undo the privacy benefits of CoinJoins! Further, when sending mixed coins to your cold storage, make sure to send your coins in parallel. Don't merge all of your Bitcoin (more than 0.8 BTC) in a single transaction! Instead, take your time and send coins to multiple addresses belong to your cold storage over a few hours or days. If you are sending coins to an exchange, you can get the same result by requesting a brand new address to receive coins.
For more information, please see the discussions here: https://www.reddit.com/WasabiWallet/comments/avxbjy/combining_mixed_coins_privacy_megathread/

8 - Avoid 3rd party servers & Buy Bitcoin P2P

Wasabi is designed to allow users to see their balances without any concern that a third party would be able to link your addresses to you, or to each other. Very few wallets can say this, but if you proceed to enter your address into a block explorer, or use a third party wallet with your keys or your hardware device - all bets are off. So if you want to check on the status of a transaction or the balance on an address, you should first:
(a) Check your Wasabi Wallet
(b) Check through your full node
(c) Use a block explorer through Tor (e.g. Blockstream.info T address)
If you think that forensics companies are not paying big money to block explorers for user information, you are wrong. Even something as simple as leaving a comment on a YouTube video or Reddit post will be scraped.
More importantly, if you are using a hardware wallet, an easy way to undo the previous times you plugged in the wallet through non-private applications is to create a new account on the device with a passphrase. For example, for ledger nano s, you can do this in the device home screen > security > passphrase. Remember Commandment 2!
Remember, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer cash system, so when you have the opportunity to do so, buy your coins directly from someone you know or through a P2P market place. Not only will this benefit your privacy, it will save you on exchange fees and potential insolvency issues with the exchange you are dealing with.

9 - Run your own full node (if you can)

Wasabi will work just fine without a local full node on your device, however, if you can spare the resources on your device, running a full node will do that much more for your privacy. Local full nodes will (when running in tandem with Wasabi) be automatically used for querying blocks.

10 - Use Lightning

Wasabi is an ideal wallet for many things, but trade-offs exist with everything. If you have small amounts of un-mixed change from previous CoinJoins and you are unable to meet the requirements to engage in a COinJoin, consider using that coin to open a lightning channel. Lightning is still a project in its' early days, but the privacy topology of lightning payments is much more ideal over on-chain payments if you have the choice. Routing large amounts can be uncertain, but for small amounts the network is becoming steadily more reliable. Currently Wasabi does not support in-wallet lightning features, but it is on the road-map.

Credits

Much of this list comes from the work of our good friends at JoinMaket. In particular, we need to thank Adam Gibson (u/waxwing) and Chris Belcher (u/belcher_) for their outstanding contribution to privacy in Bitcoin. Please take a look at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Privacy , https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/JoinMarket and the github https://github.com/JoinMarket-Org.
Edited (July 22) - Changed Commandment 7 to reflect merging theory from past months. Moved "Buy Bitcoin P2P" to commandment 8. Edited (August 5) - Added documentation page ( https://docs.wasabiwallet.io/ )
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Blob - di tutto, di più * 21/11/19

Blob è una rubrica di italy: ogni sera postiamo un mix di thread diversi.
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I thread recuperati di oggi

Meme e altre cose divertenti, più adatte per il Caffè Italia

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Articoli di interesse locale o di nicchia

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Subreddit Stats: ItalyInformatica top posts from 2016-08-25 to 2019-02-25 09:37 PDT

Period: 914.09 days
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Total 1000 14232
Rate (per day) 1.09 15.57
Unique Redditors 449 1815
Combined Score 19223 38406

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    8. Sedicenne irrompe nei server Apple e ruba 90 GB di dati sensibili (16 points, 6 comments)
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    4. [x-post from /programmerhumor] Slick WPA2 workaround (35 points, 1 comment)
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    6. Che font usate nel vostro IDE? (10 points, 14 comments)
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