10 Countries That Don’t Tax Bitcoin Gains 2021 – Decrypt

10 Countries That Don’t Tax Bitcoin Gains 2021 – Decrypt

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  1. For those that don’t want to click:

    1. Belarus
    2. Germany
    3. Hong Kong
    4. Malaysia
    5. Malta
    6. Portugal
    7. Singapore
    8. Slovenia
    9. Switzerland
    10. Bermuda

  2. Now someone cross reference this with a list of where I can move to and gain residence in about 2 weeks, so I can go on holiday, become a resident, convert my crypto to fiat and then come back and be like sorry gubmints this is my money

  3. I actually have zero issues paying taxes on my crypto gains. In my opinion if the tax goes towards making someone’s life better through social programs, infrastructure, etc. I’m all for it.

    Also, this may be an unpopular opinion in this sub.

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  5. Germany shouldn’t place second.

    Even swapping is an taxable event if you don’t hold for a year and tax rate is 25% I think.

    Made the mistake and was day trading at first.

    I don’t have a problem with helping someone but I hate the politics here and I know they will waste a lot of it.
    Would prefer when 25% goes to some charity.

  6. Canada isn’t terrible, but it’s not great either.

    We only pay tax on 50% of our capital gains, and it’s just added to our income.

    Of course, my issue is that I’m about $10,000 in salary short of a major tax bracket jump, and I’ve made much more than $10K on crypto this year. -.-

  7. tldr; Cryptocurrency transactions are currently tax-free in Malaysia, and cryptocurrencies don’t qualify for capital gains tax in Singapore. Germany regards Bitcoin as private money, as opposed to a currency, commodity, or stock. Malta and Portugal are among the most crypto-friendly tax jurisdictions in the world.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

  8. Germany does not tax profits, if you held longer than a year. Otherwise, even trading is taxed and all profits are added to your income. Tax may be as high as 42% then.

  9. Just to add on to this list, Austria has the same regulations as Germany. If you’ve held your crypto for more than a year before selling, it’s 100% tax-free (otherwise you pay 27,5% on capital gains). Literally rewards you for hodling!



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