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Paraguay will include bitcoins as payment currency
After El Salvador's historic vote to adopt bitcoin as its official currency, it seems that the trend continues in Latin America. Now it is Paraguay's turn. We tell you all the details ...
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The European Union plans to ban anonymous transfers of crypto assets
The questions are many and for now, the answers are rather few. What exactly will the new EU regulations focus on? How will they be enforced? What do they mean for cryptocurrencies and the blockchain industry in general? Here we explain what the official EU documentation details.
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The reasons why the US has the cryptocurrency market out of control
In June, the G-7 finance ministers agreed to adopt, globally, a minimum corporate tax of 15% proposed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. By July 1, 130 countries and jurisdictions had joined, representing 90% of the world economy.
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Hungary advocates that the minimum tax rules also cover the parent company and its foreign subsidiaries.
On July 1, the majority of OECD members agreed on the main basic components of the new tax legislation for the digital economy (point 1) and a global minimum tax (point 2), however some countries such as in this case Hungary and two other EU member states, did not join the ...
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It is one of the most controversial laws of the Spanish government, formed in a coalition by the socialists of the PSOE and the communists of Podemos. Despite its defense by members of the government, criticism from the opposition and the immense rejection by citizens threaten to overturn a law ...
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open offshore company
The topic of opening an offshore company has not always been one of the most relevant. Only with the recent political and economic disasters, people and companies have begun to look for an alternative to protect their money, assets, and escape the high tax burdens that the pandemic and political instability have brought ...
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offshore account in luxembourg
The blow on the table of the small central-European country and one of the most important offshore jurisdictions in Europe, is clear: despite the European and international agreements that seek to change and in a way unify certain tax criteria, Luxembourg will follow its own path . Will other countries imitate him?
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How should central banks respond to digital technology? This has become a major issue in recent times. The answer is, in part, that both they and governments have to control private money and introduce their own digital currencies.
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Cash transactions of 10.000 euros are prohibited in the European Union
New control over our money by the European Union. It is not a surprising movement - in fact, the largest money transactions were controlled some time ago - but this time it is striking how every time Brussels reduces the amount to carry out this control even more: now only 10.000 euros and in ...
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Can we continue to trust the European Commission when it comes to paying the debt of the European Union? The answer seems to be no. The only party you can trust with the Commission is, it seems, the United States.
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Controlled Foreign Corporation (CFC
Companies around the world often operate in more than one country, making them subject to multiple tax jurisdictions. To prevent companies from minimizing their tax liability by taking advantage of differences between countries, countries have implemented various measures against tax evasion, such as the so-called rules of controlled foreign companies ...
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China's new supercomputer marks a new milestone in quantum supremacy
New milestone in quantum computing. Chinese researchers have unveiled a super-advanced 66-qubit quantum supercomputer called the Zuchongzhi, which by one important metric is the most powerful machine seen to date. We tell you all the details ...
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If you are a smart investor, you surely know that setting up an offshore company is not exactly a simple task. Like creating a company or society in your own country of residence, this requires many resources and tools to ensure that the process is carried out legally and efficiently. Without...
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There are quite a few cryptocurrency savings accounts that are already very popular, including options from platforms like BlockFi, Linus, Outlet, and Gemini. These savings accounts are very different from traditional savings accounts and in more ways than many people think, but what risks are behind them?
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Fiscal hell in Europe: despite the confinements, we pay more to the Treasury in 2020
That the Treasury has a highly tax collection objective, no one doubts it at this point but what would you think that in 2020, the worst economic year in almost the last two decades, with a historical stoppage of economic activity, we Europeans have had to dedicate more to it days to the Treasury? The numbers speak for themselves.
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Brussels has relied on national regulators to enforce its rules, but they have not always fully cooperated.
The European Union will propose a new agency to crack down on money laundering and new transparency rules for crypto asset transfers.
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The EU wants all private chats, messages and emails to be automatically searched for suspicious content, generally and indiscriminately. The stated goal: to pursue child pornography. The result: mass surveillance through fully automated real-time messaging and chat control and the end of secrecy ...
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How Basel III regulations are going to shake up the gold market
The new banking rules, part of a broad international agreement known as Basel III, will mark a big change for European banks and their gold transactions, potentially altering the outlook for precious metal demand and prices. We tell you all the details ...
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Brussels is working to overcome resistance from three EU member states opposing the international agreement set last week to rewrite corporate tax rules, with Hungary and Estonia arguing that the proposal could even violate EU law.
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micra cryptocurrencies
The EU is in the process of negotiating a new regulation on crypto assets. The growing popularity of cryptocurrencies has resulted in more intense regulatory scrutiny in recent months amid a conglomeration of very different government and regulatory approaches to cryptocurrencies around the world.
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