South Korea plans to delay their crypto income tax rule

Author: Eamonn Sheridan | Category: Cryptocurrency

South Korea’s national assembly planning and finance committee is reported as suggesting a delaying to commencing theri cryptocurrency income tax rule to January 2022. 

  • It was originally planned to implement the mentioned rule by October 2021.
  • According to a report published by South Korean media the DONG-A ILBO, the assembly is pushing to delay the rule as crypto exchanges operating in the country require more time to build an effective taxation infrastructure.
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South Korea’s national assembly planning and finance committee is reported as suggesting a delaying to commencing theri cryptocurrency income tax rule to January 2022. 



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