Japan’s Finance Minister Wants to Change Crypto Taxation, Doubts Public Acceptance

Japan’s Minister of Finance thinks that it is doubtful the public would accept a change in the taxation of cryptocurrency transactions, Cointelegraph Japan reports today, June 25. During today’s Upper House Budget Committee meeting, Taro Aso — also …
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