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Cryptocurrency Tax

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Tax in Australia 2018

By May 21, 2018 October 31st, 2018 One Comment

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Tax in Australia

In this video, we sit down with Angus Morrison, the founder of Crypto Accounts, a specialist Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency accounting firm based in Melbourne, to discuss Bitcoin and Cryptocurrenct Tax in Australia for 2018. We talk about Bitcoin tax implications, SMSF’s, and how the uptake of cryptocurrencies in Australia is seen by the ATO.

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  • rainer says:

    OneCoin is not in the crytpo exchange as yet, but it can be used as payment in DealShaker merchant platform within its own members. ( 3.5 million ).
    You can buy goods and services with it – how would the tax work in this case.?

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