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Cryptocurrencies are moving to the point of being regarded as "digital assets" and therefore will incur tax to the holders.
Cryptocurrencies are moving to the point of being regarded as "digital assets" and therefore will incur tax to the holders.
in South Korea, business people and workers trade a lot using crypto. that's a natural thing.
in South Korea, business people and workers trade a lot using crypto. that's a natural thing.
a country whose popularity is almost all familiar with bitcoin
a country whose popularity is almost all familiar with bitcoin
because many users and companies use crypto payments. therefore the state requires tax.
because many users and companies use crypto payments. therefore the state requires tax.
South Korea is considering reclassifying cryptocurrencies as "goods" rather than currencies, meaning bitcoin would be subject to tax rates as high as 20 per cent.
South Korea is considering reclassifying cryptocurrencies as "goods" rather than currencies, meaning bitcoin would be subject to tax rates as high as 20 per cent.
hahha tax because bitcoin up..
hahha tax because bitcoin up..
Plz up vote me I will up vote ur account
Plz up vote me I will up vote ur account
because there are many users of bitcoin / crypto ... and many trades via bitcoin / crypto
because there are many users of bitcoin / crypto ... and many trades via bitcoin / crypto
Korean users have many transactions with crypto. it is natural.
Korean users have many transactions with crypto. it is natural.
Cryptocurrencies is an assets, so i think the owner of the bitcoin should pay tax
Cryptocurrencies is an assets, so i think the owner of the bitcoin should pay tax
>"South Korea is considering reclassifying cryptocurrencies as "goods" rather than currencies, meaning bitcoin would be subject to tax rates as high as 20 per cent. Discussions this week centred around amending existing laws in order to introduce a capital gains tax for cryptocurrency. The move, which was reported by cryptocurrency publication CoinTelegraph, would mean that"
>"South Korea is considering reclassifying cryptocurrencies as "goods" rather than currencies, meaning bitcoin would be subject to tax rates as high as 20 per cent. Discussions this week centred around amending existing laws in order to introduce a capital gains tax for cryptocurrency. The move, which was reported by cryptocurrency publication CoinTelegraph, would mean that"
I think it's appropriate, together with the price of bitcoin which is increasingly rising
I think it's appropriate, together with the price of bitcoin which is increasingly rising
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