EU’s Proposed Crypto Tax Includes NFTs and Foreign Companies, Draft Reveals

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Proposed EU Laws Mandate Crypto Companies, Including Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), to Register with Tax Authorities, Regardless of Location

EU Draft Bill Requires Crypto Companies to Disclose Client Holdings to Tax Authorities, Reveals Freedom of Information Release

EU Finance Ministers Set to Approve Data-Sharing Law for Crypto Companies, Modeled after OECD, Allowing Inter-Bloc Data Exchange. Some Finance Ministers Await Parliamentary Approval, According to CoinDesk Sources.

EU Bill Aims to Prevent Tax Evasion by Requiring Crypto Asset Operators to Register with Commission by December 2025, a Year Earlier than Planned. Proposed Rules to Take Effect from January 1, 2026, to Deter EU Residents from Concealing Crypto Assets Abroad.

Controversial DAC8 Law Includes Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Trading Platforms and Non-EU Providers with EU Clients. Overseas Crypto Firms Allowed to Report to EU-Norm Compliant Foreign Authorities.



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