Taxes payable by cryptocurrency make Switzerland a leader in the implementation of crypto assets   Thanks to its collaboration with Bitcoin Swiss, Canton Zug announced that it will accept tax payments by Bitcoin and Ether (for both companies and private individuals) up to an amount of CHF 100.000, starting from February 2021, becoming the first...
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Blockchain and distributed ledger technology: no repercussions for tax law Bern, 19.06.2020 – During its meeting on 19 June 2020, the Federal Council took note of the report on the need to amend tax law with regard to blockchain. The report concluded that no special legislative amendments to tax law are necessary. As regards income,...
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Neobank, the German online bank, has launched its presence in Switzerland. Here is, what the company expects to achieve in the heart of European banking. Georg Hauer, general manager at smartphone-bank N26 and responsible for the German, Austrian and Swiss regions, wants to get Swiss customers fall in love with his banking services – they...
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The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA has published guidance on how it applies Swiss anti-money laundering rules to financial services providers supervised by FINMA in the area of blockchain technology. FINMA has also issued banking licences to two new blockchain service providers. FINMA recognises the innovative potential of new technologies for the financial industry....
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Swiss crypto banks jostle to be the first to go live, and promise to do so as early as in a few months’ time. But even if they may be close to their goal, they still face hurdles and delays remain a distinct possibility. Seba, a Zug-based crypto firm, landed a double coup yesterday. Not...
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