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One of the few areas of the digital asset ecosystem that has been given some regulatory guidance relates to how these assets will be taxed. In the United States, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act was the first piece of legislation to specifically require the reporting of cryptocurrency transactions and digital asset transactions. Join us and other leading subject matter experts as we look at how tax information reporting will impact digital assets and how digital asset exchanges and brokers are working to comply, including:
How tax information reporting requirements and tax laws will be impacted by digital assets and how digital asset exchanges and brokers are working to comply
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Title: Taxation of crypto and other digital assets
Date: Wednesday, September 07, 2022
Time: 03:00 PM British Summer Time
Duration: 1 hour
In just a few short years, the cryptocurrency market has
exploded from a niche asset class to a multi-trillion-dollar
market, and clients are increasingly demanding ways to take part.
The opportunities for both investors and institutions are
substantial, but a nascent and disparate infrastructure, combined
with the decentralized nature of crypto assets, presents risks as