Republic of Georgia Exempts Cryptocurrencies From Value-Added Tax
Republic of Georgia has exempted cryptocurrencies from value-added tax (VAT), as .com reported on July 13.
Per the report, Georgias finance minister Nodar Khaduri recently signed a bill aimed at regulating the taxation of entities that trade or mine cryptocurrencies. The bill entered into force at the end of June. The definition of decentralized currency that the bill puts forward is reportedly the following:
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