HUGE HUGE HUGE Implementation News: “Germany Won’t Tax Cryptocurrencies Used To Make Purchases”

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This is a HUGE BFD because:

1) Currently, in the United States, when you convert cryptos (either currencies or tokens of any kind) to fiat currency (US Dollars, Euros, etc.) it is considered a taxable event, and the user has to report the purchase price and the price of the crypto at the time of conversion, which includes purchases, (like that cup of coffee or computer equipment you bought on NewEgg, for instance,) and pay a capital gains tax on any appreciation of price.  This completely throws that out the door.

2) It encourages people to use cryptocurrencies as consumers and as merchants

and 3) it become a direct funnel for removing value and energy from the old fiat-based, fractional reserve banking system (in-depth link: “What is Money?”) (stand-alone video) and participates in the transition from the old monetary system to the new.

Huge.  HUGE.

If Germany sticks to their guns, other countries are going to follow suit.  OR  Germany is but the first country to move in the inevitable direction.

A new world with genuinely honest money is reality and simply awaits the actions of people to restructure the economic mechanisms.

[Added nugget – no taxes for mining cryptos!!!

Be well, Everyone.


Germany Won’t Tax Cryptocurrencies Used To Make Purchases

The German Federal Ministry of Finances considers Bitcoin as tax-exempt so long as it is used as a means of payment, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reported Thursday, March 1.

The German federal authority published its decision to not subject purchases with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency to taxes on Feb. 27, citing the European Court’s 2015 decision, which set a precedent for all members of the European Union.

The Court justified its taxing decision by stating that it considers cryptocurrency as a legal means of payment:

“So-called virtual currencies (cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin) are considered equal to the legal means of payment, as long as these so-called virtual currencies have been accepted as alternative and contractual means of payment by the parties involved in the transaction and have no other purpose than being used as a means of payment.”

According to the decision, a conversion from crypto to fiat or vice versa is classified as “other taxable services”. Therefore, a party that is acting as an intermediary for this exchange will not be taxed. Under this provision, operators of crypto exchanges can also get tax exemptions, “if they complete the purchase and sale of Bitcoin as an intermediary on their own behalf.”

The court decision also notes that miner fees will not be taxed, since they are paid on a voluntary basis.

These guidelines distinguish Germany from the US where The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) treats Bitcoin like property, meaning that each purchase using Bitcoin is technically considered to be a sale of property and is, therefore, subject to capital gains tax.


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