Still, the Australian capturadora successfully avoided tax. However, more recently, the Australian tax office (ATO) has commissioned a software for mapping of data that helps track tax evaders.

ATO have counted between 500,000 and 1 million owners scriptaction in Australia. Of particular concern to the government cause the movement of cryptocurrencies in the shadow economy, the legality of the origin of such funds and undeclared capital gains.

However, with the help of other regulators and international agencies ATO hopes to identify those who intentionally distort the amount of their taxes.

Deputy Commissioner ATO will dey explained that his Agency “wants to help the taxpayers in providing the correct tax amounts”.

The ATO acknowledges that it has only “limited data” on the investments of its citizens in cryptocurrency and the income of these taxpayers. In addition, as taxpayers and third parties the obligation to disclose such information is limited. Thus, it is difficult to say what results will come ATO in the end.

However, it seems the ATO is already beginning to “acceptable” data from some data providers. In addition, the project’s mapping data will continue, and so over time the results in this direction can give quite satisfactory results.

The ATO also plans to involve “all interested parties” who can provide and clarify relevant information.

Filing of tax returns on cryptocurrency for 2019 could reach record highs. The laws allow traders to claim tax deductions for their losses, but many of them are still not aware of this.

Cryptocurrencies in Australia have variable success. For example, the famous exchange Huobi has ceased operations in this country, and the exchange Binance, by contrast, has launched a service purchase cryptocurrency at newsstands across the country, which also requires compliance with the KYC rules (that may be one of the sources of data for ATO).

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