Update: The IRS has given taxpayers a one-day extension (until April 18th) to file taxes after its website crashed. With the tax filing deadline only days away, some crypto fund managers believe that the bear market of 2018 is "largely over."\u00a0 Unfortunately, few people understand how to account for digital currency gains on their tax returns, so the odds are you are waiting until the last minute.\u00a0 This year, federal and state\u00a0taxes are due on April 17\u00a0so crypto enthusiasts will have a couple of extra days.\u00a0 (The traditional April 15\u00a0tax deadline\u00a0falls on a Sunday and federal offices\u00a0are\u00a0closed Monday.)\u00a0\u00a0Here are five strategies to ensure that you are properly paying crypto taxes or minimizing the amount of taxes you will pay on digital currencies. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which is the biggest in the U.S. and Canada, takes place annually during peak tax season.\u00a0 If you are planning to attend the festival and still haven't yet filed, please take the Coachella post office's advice and don't mail in your tax returns from the festival. We hope that the\u00a0annual trek to the desert marking the end of the peak tax season will shift the crypto markets toward bullish (aka "Coinchella")? Editors note:\u00a0 This image is intended as a parody.\u00a0 Coinchella is not yet a scheduled event, although we hope to be celebrating it in spirit all year long!