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Licensed Crypto Exchanges in Europe

Licensed Crypto Exchanges in Europe

Lawyers at Regulated United Europe have done global analysis and bring to your attention a list of the most popular licensed cryptocurrency exchanges in Europe. www.binance.com Daily visitors: 4 541 180     Daily pageviews: 25 158 138     Alexa Rank: 100 License in Europe Lithuania - https://rekvizitai.vz.lt/en/company/binance/ Company activity description Binance: Binance is the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange [...]
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Crypto Taxes in Czech Republic

Crypto Taxes in Czech Republic

Czech Republic hasn’t currently introduced any crypto-specific tax laws. The tax treatment of crypto companies is dependent on EU legislation and the purpose of the crypto-related economic activities, which may fall under different sets of general law. Cryptocurrencies aren’t recognised as legal tender. Instead, they’re categorised as commodities. The approach is based on the provisions […]

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Crypto KYC – KYC in Blockchain

Crypto KYC – KYC in Blockchain

Blockchain is an excellent tool for protecting information on the Internet, as it allows you to store it in open cloud databases and at the same time provides guarantees of authenticity and security. Which is the best thing for the procedure «Know your client», or «KYC». In the article we will consider how the new [...]
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Blockchain Projects Regulation

Blockchain Projects Regulation

Over a decade ago blockchain technology, or Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), was put into the limelight by the first and most popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin where it was utilised as a public transaction ledger. Since then it’s been used to build innovative projects in healthcare, cybersecurity, entertainment, voting, payments, supply chain and other areas. By its [...]
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Cryptocurrency Taxation in Slovakia

Cryptocurrency Taxation in Slovakia

The tax rates applying to personal taxes on cryptocurrency in Slovakia range between 19% – 25%. These are applied to specific income thresholds in the country, such as €35,022.31 for the lower tax rate, and a higher tax rate for income levels greater than that amount. As a business operating with a Slovakia cryptocurrency license, [...]
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Gibraltar Crypto Tax

Gibraltar Crypto Tax

Gibraltar is currently in the process of levelling up its crypto regulatory framework, but that shouldn’t prevent licensed crypto companies from accessing the country’s favourable tax environment where taxes aren’t levied on capital gains, sales, gifts or wealth. Even VAT isn’t part of the country’s taxation framework. Dividend withholding tax and crypto-specific tax aren’t imposed [...]
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Cyprus Crypto Tax

Cyprus Crypto Tax

Cyprus is currently in the process of building a robust regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies, or, as defined by the Cypriot authorities, for crypto asset service providers (CASPs). However, at this stage, no crypto-specific tax is introduced. Instead, crypto companies are obligated to pay the same general taxes as other types of businesses operating in or [...]
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Ireland Crypto Tax

Ireland Crypto Tax

If you’re a newly-born crypto startup searching for a safe nest to grow your wings, the Irish taxation system is the right choice for you, thanks to its three-year exemption from the Corporation Tax which for new startups can be reduced to 0% if their Corporation Tax due is 40,000 EUR or less in a [...]
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Crypto Tax in Portugal

Crypto Tax in Portugal

Nestled in the southwestern corner or Europe, Portugal has many advantageous regulations that attract foreign nationals from all around the world who live, work and take part in financial activities there. This status is apparent in numerous official rankings: Portugal is widely considered as one of the best locations in the world for self-employed individuals, [...]
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