The emergence of digital assets as a global phenomenon has raised questions in the minds of many as to how to deal with these assets from a regulatory perspective. A chief concern for many governments around the world is how they should be taxed.
It is clear that tax policy with respect to the taxation of digital assets in many countries is a moving feast.
Even to the casual observer it is evident that digital assets are evolving in a way unlike any other previous asset class.
In this paper, our Founder John Marcarian, explores the international taxation of digital assets.