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US Politicians Urge IRS to Clarify Aspects of Crypto Taxation

Twenty-one American Members of Congress have signed a strongly-worded letter “urg(ing)” the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), “to issue needed guidance on the tax consequences and basic reporting requirements for taxpayers that use virtual currencies,” in the United States. The letter is signed by Darren Soto… Read More

Ohio’s Crypto Friendly Tax Portal Called “A PR Stunt”

Cleveland car dealer Bernie Moreno recently became the first businessperson in the entire US to pay company taxes in Bitcoin, thanks to the Ohio government’s new portal, “OhioCrypto.com,” where businesses can pay 23 different taxes in cryptocurrency, The Detroit Free Press (DFP) reports. “Digital currency and… Read More

Legislation Designed to Fix ICOs in the US, the Token Taxonomy Act, is Introduced in Congress

As long anticipated, legislation has been entered into Congress to address pressing questions regarding initial coin offerings (ICOs) and their current treatment as being regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as they are all considered to be securities. Representatives Warren Davidson and Darren… Read More

US Congressmen Soto and Budd Submit Bipartisan Bill to Support Innovation and Counter Crypto Price Manipulation

Congressmen Darren Soto, a Democrat from Florida, and Ted Budd, a Republican from North Carolina, yesterday introduced two pieces of legislation into the American House of Representatives that they hope will support healthy cryptocurrency markets and innovation in the US. The bills target cryptocurrency price… Read More

Industry Advocates in Washington, DC This Week to Consult on Cryptocurrency Legislation

Warren Davidson

Representatives from Wall Street and prominent US crypto investment/services firms are convening in Washington this week to attend a legislative roundtable hosted by Republican Representative Warren Davidson of Ohio, CNBC reports. Attendees at the roundtable, titled “Legislating Certainty for Cryptocurrencies,” are reportedly hoping to influence… Read More

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