US tax authority is arranging a crypto summit – wants to listen to the industry
The US tax authority, the IRS, will arrange a summit with several big crypto companies in early March.
Countries such as Belarus, Bahrain, and Malta offer low costs and high security for those who want to establish a crypto company.
In the world’s major economies, politicians and people in power are, to say the least, critical of cryptocurrencies in general and bitcoin in particular.
At the same time, smaller countries are making efforts to attract crypto businesses.
Countries such as Belarus, Bahrain, and Malta all offer low costs and high security for anyone who wants to establish a crypto company.
In addition, these smaller countries have fewer rules and laws in this area than larger countries such as the United States. However, this makes them scare away some bigger companies as it opens up for crimes such as money laundering, Reuters reports.
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