Zietzke filed a $104,482 capital gain for 2016, with two bitcoin transactions apparently making up the bulk of the funds. However, he realized in 2017 that the transactions did not occur in 2016, and filed an amended return showing a capital gain of only $410 and requesting a refund of taxes he’d paid.
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