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Bitcoin and Cryptos to be Taxed, Says South African Revenue Service

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Mining, News, Regulation

Bitcoin and Cryptos to be Taxed, Says South African Revenue Service

Based on a statement published by the South African Revenue Service (SARS) on its website, on April 6, 2017, cryptocurrency holders will now need to pay taxes on their holdings. By virtue, South Africa is now one of the countries where the government has issued a definitive ruling on the issue of cryptocurrency taxation. South Africa remains one of the…

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German Authorities Make Bitcoin Official Legal Tender in the Tourism Sector

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Business, Ethereum, News, Regulation, Tech

German Authorities Make Bitcoin Official Legal Tender in the Tourism Sector

Life is a trade; you win some, you lose some. This is the condition of the world’s flagship cryptocurrency right now. While bitcoin is banned in some countries presently, it is gaining more mainstream adoption in many other nations. In a point for cryptocurrencies, however, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) has now made bitcoin and the like a legal…

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This Loophole In Laws Can Help Bitcoin Investors Thousands In Tax

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This Loophole In Laws Can Help Bitcoin Investors Thousands In Tax

As most readers can probably relate, the United States government takes its taxes very seriously. Perhaps a bit too seriously if you ask some disgruntled cryptocurrency investors who are going to be hit hard by the newly written U.S. tax laws. Cryptocurrency and Tax Obligations Now that these new laws are coming into effect, crypto investors have come in terms…

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Wyoming the Latest State to Introduce Crypto-Related Bills

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Business, News, Regulation

Wyoming the Latest State to Introduce Crypto-Related Bills

With blockchain technology and digital currencies finally starting to infiltrate the mainstream, there has been a lot of pressure placed on lawmakers to introduce bills surrounding these burgeoning sectors. What Does the Wyoming Bill Cover? Just like any industry, it is critical that the communities involved are both adequately protected as well and monitored via legal oversight and taxation. As…

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Israeli Authorities Plan to Tax Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies as Property

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Finance, News, Regulation

Israeli Authorities Plan to Tax Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies as Property

Back in January, the Israeli tax authorities released a notice to all crypto investors and stakeholders in the country’s blockchain-based digital currency space of its intentions to tax ICO schemes. In the letter, it was made clear that the masses had a period of two weeks to send in their comments. However, the government confirmed on February 19, that it…

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Bitcoin Investors Aren’t Reporting Their Gains To the IRS

Category: Bitcoin, Commentary, Finance, News, Regulation

Bitcoin Investors Aren’t Reporting Their Gains To the IRS

In spite of frequent corresponding warnings by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for cryptocurrency investors to pay their taxes on their gains. The IRS is worried that numerous U.S. citizens may not be precisely reporting the profits they have generated from their cryptocurrency transactions. Given the IRS are fully aware of the nature of profit and losses of bitcoin, therefore,…

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City of Berkeley, California Looking to Organize an Initial Coin Offering

Category: Blockchain, News, Regulation

City of Berkeley, California Looking to Organize an Initial Coin Offering

The City of Berkeley in California is tired of being overly dependent on the federal government. Residents are doing everything they can to make sure that even if the Trump administration goes ahead with its threats to stop funding sanctuary cities, then Berkeley will still be able to sustain itself with a cryptocurrency backed by local government municipal bonds. Initial…

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Japan Announces Cryptocurrency tax at 15 to 55 Percent

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Japan Announces Cryptocurrency tax at 15 to 55 Percent

Cryptocurrency investors in Japan will be taxed 15 to 55 percent of their cryptocurrency profits this year. Japan’s National Tax Agency classified these profits as “miscellaneous income” on December 1, 2017. The National Tax Agency in Japan has finally caught up to cryptocurrency traders within its borders, raising fears that these profits could be taxed as high as 50 percent….

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Wyoming Has a Bill to Exempt Blockchain Tokens from Securities and Money Transmission Laws

Category: Blockchain, Commentary, News, Regulation, Tech

Wyoming Has a Bill to Exempt Blockchain Tokens from Securities and Money Transmission Laws

A dozen Representatives and Senators from Wyoming have come up with a new bill on January 24 that aims to exempt blockchain tokens from securities and money transmission laws. The bill, backed by the Speaker of the House, is a crucial part of what Representative Tyler Lindholm of the Republican Party calls an effort to “welcome the blockchain community with…

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Blockchain Technology May Soon Revolutionize Budget Allocation

Category: Blockchain, Commentary, News, Tech

Blockchain Technology May Soon Revolutionize Budget Allocation

  For most individuals, paying taxes is considered an arduous chore since it involves a filing procedure riddled with obscurity. That fact, however, could quickly change with the integration of blockchain technology into the current taxation program. Not Quite the Tea Party, but Still Revolutionary The first real protest against taxation was the Boston Tea Party, an event that eventually…

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