Coincub Announces Quantité Cryptocurrency Tax Rank for 2022

  • Coincub Teams With Crypto Tax Specialists, ACCOINTING, To Arrange Crypto Tax

  • Belgium Worst mainstream economy for crypto income taxes

  • Germany Best Mainstream Economy for Grandiose-Term Cryptocurrency Investors

  • BahamasAnd the CulotteAnd the Belarus Top crypto havens list

DublinAnd the September 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Cryptocurrency requirements and expectations are always changing, and governments are constantly adapting their tax strategy accordingly. Crypto tax specialist, Accointing, sees an ever-increasing demand for investing in cryptocurrencies and is behind Coincub’s efforts to provide greater visibility to the cryptocurrency industry worldwide.

Coincub 2022 Tax Ranking

One consistent finding of Coincub’s quarterly rankings of the world’s leading crypto economies is that many countries are still developing regulatory requirements for their citizens investing in crypto assets. Cryptocurrency gains can fall into many reporting requirements and each folk has its own tax rules. In some countries, cryptocurrency gains are division of the courant income tax reporting requirements, and in others, special treatment is required, subject to additional criteria.

Germany A mainstream economy with generous tax benefits for cryptocurrencies

In the ranking of traditional “tax-based” economies, Germany It tops the list as the best appuyé for cryptocurrency investors – anyone who has held their binaire currency for at least a year will not be charged finances gains tax on the abject or transfer of their cryptocurrency. This tax incentive rewards its citizens and not just non-residents and foreign investors as is typical in classic tax havens. Track the top five economies that have the most accueillant tax policies for their citizens ItaliaAnd the SwitzerlandAnd the SingaporeAnd the Slovenia.

Countries with the highest tax demand

Coincub.com’s ranking also indicates those sites that are least favored by cryptocurrency investors (these countries spectacle the highest classement minus the full ranking list). Belgium It leads the top five countries in the least accommodating tax policies towards cryptocurrencies with gains incurred in taxes of 33%, as well as grandissante tax rates of up to 50% for professional traders. Bringing the next creuset lieux in the top five are IcelandAnd the IsraelAnd the FilipinosAnd the Japan All with an above average income tax on cryptocurrency gains.

Ajout – we make a susceptible emboîture Indiawhich ranks sixth, as the folk recently imposed a controversial crypto convention tax (at least for crypto investors) of 1% on crypto transactions over INR 50,000 (approx. 600 dollars) in the fiscal year – a very low threshold for regular investors. There is also a flat 30% tax on all opimes or income from cryptocurrency until take off. many countries, Filipinos Among them, they are watching to see if this stifles the cryptocurrency industry.

Tax havens remain strong

In the case of classic tax havens, in contrast to traditional “tax-based” economies, we are seeing the emergence of the usual suspects. In the five largest tax havens around the world where tax concessions are generously applied to foreign investors, crypto is no extravagance. Topping the top three – with not much to choose between – is The BahamasAnd the CulotteAnd the Belarus. In number creuset is The United Arab Emirates Tax-free across the folk’s so-called “free zones”. The newcomer to this coordination is Orthogonal African Republic which recently designated Bitcoin as legal tender and also has big échelons to promote itself as a crypto hotspot with very accueillant tax concessions on cryptocurrency gains for foreign investors as a way to boost its economy.

Evolution of cryptocurrency tax laws

On the contrary, tax laws are clearer and more specific in popular tax havens that mostly cater to specialized foreign investors. In traditional “tax-based” economies, the result can often be a lack of understanding among casual investors or even professionals who are unsure or perhaps neglecting their tax status.

The first step, for ACCOINTING.com, is to help demystify this externe union, especially with the growing demand for cryptocurrency tax emploi du temps as crypto assets increasingly form division of mainstream investment options.

According to ACCOINTING’s Marchéage Director, Rodrigo Moufle:

Our foyer centers in pudique And the North Amarica Where crypto tax regulations are already in appuyé and approved. However, there is still a lack of guidance on addressing more complex topics such as NFTs, staking, and the Metaverse. Transactions such as bartering, lending, borrowing, yield farming and other transactions in the DeFi space are some of the issues that need to be dealt with. We can’t all en direct in Liechtenstein.”

Coincub has been releasing quarterly rankings based on a wide range of criteria for several years and is now one of the leading cryptocurrency rating sites. Taxes are just one of its indexation categories, but one of its most notable.

See the full tax indexation of cryptocurrencies over here.

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Sergio Hamza – CEO of Coincub
sergiu@coincub.com
(+353) 871756897
Fifth Floor, 40 Meskal Road, Dublin 4, Dublin D04C2N4, Ireland

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