Crypto Taxation Database

January 2023 - Cointelegraph Research

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The Taxation Database is updated weekly, and access to it is provided for one year.

1. What is this database?

Discover Cointelegraph Research’s comprehensive resource for information on crypto taxes. Whether you're an individual investor or a professional managing a crypto portfolio, our database makes it convenient to comply with local regulations. With the cryptocurrency market continuing to grow, it's more important than ever to understand the tax implications applicable to your investments. Crypto Taxation database helps to save time and effort having each country's tax rules stored in one place. Database includes critical information such as tax rates, reporting requirements, filling dates and other important metrics - all conveniently sorted and stored. Take advantage of this valuable resource for managing your crypto taxes.

2. How to use this database?

  1. Choose the jurisdiction you want to learn about: Use the drop-down menu or search function to find the country or region you're interested in.

  2. Explore the general tax rates and rules: Look at the tax rate column to see the available tax rate for the jurisdiction and the rules column to see a summary of the tax regulations.

  3. Check the tax deadlines: Make sure you're aware of upcoming deadlines by referring to the tax deadline column.

  4. Read the virtual currency definition: Ensure you clearly understand how the jurisdiction defines virtual currencies.

  5. Review taxable and non-taxable events: Make sure you're aware of the events that are taxed and those that are not, as outlined in the taxable and non-taxable events columns.

  6. Assess the regulation status: Look at the regulation status column to see if the jurisdiction has clear regulations in place for virtual currencies.

  7. Check the taxation status: See if the jurisdiction actively taxes virtual currencies by referring to the taxation status column.

With these steps, you can effectively use our database to stay informed about crypto taxes in different jurisdictions.

3. Key Insights

  1. Taxable events: a stacked bar chart to show the distribution of taxable and non-taxable events in different jurisdictions.

  2. Taxation status by region:a pie chart to show the distribution of taxation status (actively taxed, not taxed, taxed with exceptions) by region, highlighting the areas where virtual currencies are most and least taxed.