The proposed tax, which is part of the government’s post-COVID recovery plan, would be due when virtual currencies are sold or exchanged, and would be set at an effective rate of just under 5%. The goal is to help “debureaucratize” and simplify the current system, and improve Slovenia’s competitive position as crypto markets take off, the government said.
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