According to the company’s website, Voyager issues Form 1099-MISC to relevant customers and the IRS.
Yes. In the United States, cryptocurrency — on Voyager and other platforms — is subject to income and capital gains tax. This applies to transactions made before the Voyager bankruptcy filing.
For more information, check out our complete guide to cryptocurrency taxes.
While Voyager no longer allows customers to make transactions, the exchange legally operated in the United States before its bankruptcy.
Remember, there is no way to legally evade your taxes in the United States. However, tools like tax-loss harvesting and cryptocurrency tax software can help you save thousands of dollars legally.