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Congressman Ted Budd Brings Back the Crypto Tax Bill

North Carolina Congressman Ted Budd has introduced a tax bill in the United States House of Representatives seeking to refine cryptocurrencies’ treatment by the Internal Revenue Services. The bill will amend the Code allowing the exclusion of losses or gains on similar crypto transactions. Reviewing the Internal Revenue Code The bill has been called the Virtual Value Tax Fix Act of 2019 and is being reintroduced by Congressman Ted Budd, having been first introduced in the previous Congressional session. The bill is being put before the House Committee on Ways…

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India’s Proposed Crypto Bill Puts Crypto Owners in Jail for 10 years

Lawmakers in India have proposed a crypto bill that is considered by many to be ludicrous. The country is clamping down on cryptocurrency with an extreme proposal that would make Bitcoin and crypto ownership completely illegal. Those caught holding, mining, owning, or trading any digital asset could face a prison sentence of 10 years. The bill coincides with the country’s plan to launch its own state-backed cryptocurrency—the Digital Rupee. The message is clear; people will have to engage with crypto the government’s way or not at all. India’s Proposed Crypto Bill The…

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Assembly Bill 953 | New Legislation Combines Weed and Stablecoins

Lawmakers in California have introduced a new bill geared towards cannabis companies. Assembly Bill 953 was introduced on February 21st. This new piece of legislation would allow cannabis-related businesses to pay taxes and fees in digital currency—more specifically, in stablecoins. Assembly Bill 953 If passed, Assembly Bill 953 would allow all California-based tax offices (state, city, and county) to accept stablecoins as a form of payment. Cannabis companies would be able to pay their cultivation taxes with stablecoins. At this time, a specific stablecoin has not been identified, and it remains unknown if…

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