Source : Coinmarketcap
Last Updated: 11th January 2019 (05:08 AM UTC)
Local observers say Poland’s crypto industry is looking cautiously to the new regulations which will require cryptocurrency traders to declare their revenues from the sale of cryptocurrencies in 2019 and subject them to a tax rate of 19%.
Vyacheslav Volodin, the chairman of the lower chamber of the Russian parliament, has said that bills on the digital economy will be a priority during the upcoming session.
Two major European regulators have separately called for cryptocurrency and ICO rules at the EU level.
Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) is apparently open to approving crypto exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
Thailand’s Ministry of Finance has granted digital asset business licenses to four crypto firms, while rejecting two other applications.
Source : Coinbase
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