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IRS Wants Kraken Customer Details, Judge Pushes Back

IRS Wants Kraken Customer Details, Judge Pushes Back



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  1. tldr; The US Department of Justice has filed a court request to obtain information about customers of cryptocurrency exchange Kraken. The summons asks Kraken to provide account details for all American taxpayers who have held at least $20,000 in cryptocurrency on the exchange at any point from 2016 to 2020. A John Doe summons is a tool the IRS can use to conduct investigations when it doesn’t know the name of the taxpayer.

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