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➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Bitcoinist.com In a dedicated blog post about the watering down of the Volcker Rule, which limits banks’ ability to gamble deposited funds, Weiss claims that the plan is coming “precisely at a time when risk-taking has reached a peak and key risk assets threaten to cause severe losses.”The examination of Volcker continues Weiss’ preoccupation with cryptocurrency in 2018. In January, the agency published the world’s first ratings for the market, causing controversy when it awarded Bitcoin a ‘C+’ and championed Ethereum with a ‘B’ rating.For Martin D. Weiss and fellow author, analyst Juan M. Villaverde, the opportunities for cryptocurrency to gain trust and usage as a result of banking behavior are obvious.“With this rule change, the authorities will make it easier for megabanks to take big risks with other people’s money,” an accompanying press release quotes them as writing."…In the future, cryptocurrencies will do such a fundamentally better job as a safe depository of funds it’s difficult to envision a world in which this technology does not become a game-changer for money and banking." Despite identifying “volatility” in cryptocurrency markets being a key factor behind consumer reluctance to enter them, that situation will change, the post adds, as those markets “mature” while banks take greater risks.“Now that we have better technology for safe storage of savings, credit markets will have to reinvent themselves. The future financial system is likely to be very different from what we take for granted today,” the Weiss and Villaverde conclude. #bitcoin #bitcoins #blockchain #блокчейн #Биткойн #криптавалюта #ФинТех #bitcoinasia #bitcoinnews #bitcointechnology #bitcointraiding #bitcoinguru #bitcoinprice #bitcoinbillionare #bitcoinmining #bitcoinexchange #altcoin #ethereum #money #cash #fintech #crypto #cryptoworld #cryptocurrency #cryptocurrencies

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The tax legislation of Poland was changed in order to no longer levy taxes on cryptocurrency. The decision was made by the Polish Ministry of Finance due to the fact that, in their opinion, the tax laws are simply not applicable and irrational in this segment. The plans of the Ministry of Finance of Poland include engaging in deep research of the cryptocurrency industry to understand how to manage cryptocurrency economy properly. To begin with, the Ministry announced the cancellation of the tax, which was levied for transactions with cryptocurrency. The Deputy Minister of Finance of the country, Paweł Gruza, informed Business Insider that the decision is based on irrational taxation of this area, which was previously accepted by the government. The updated law on tax regulation will be issued by the 15th of June. The tax on operations with cryptocurrency was in force in the territory of Poland since the 30th of April. Previously, the authorities of the country had put forward a demand for citizens, which implied the declaration of all incomes that came from trade and the exchange of digital currencies. The requirement complied with the tax legislation, therefore the income tax was levied. When buying or selling cryptocurrencies, everyone automatically fell under the law on the transfer of property rights. This, in fact, is due to taxation, which did not depend on the fact whether this transaction was profitable or not. Moreover, the rate of the tax, regardless of income, was 1%. The tax caused a storm of indignation from the citizens of Poland, which led to mass protests. This is also one of the reasons why the state authorities decided to cancel the tax on cryptocurrency. #bitcoin #bitcoins #blockchain  #bitcoinasia #bitcoinnews #bitcointechnology #bitcointraiding  #bitcoinguru #bitcoinprice #bitcoinbillionare #bitcoinmining #bitcoinexchange  #altcoin #ethereum #money #cash #fintech #crypto #cryptoworld #cryptocurrency #cryptocurrencies  #poland #usd #euros