13/07/2022 dr Anna Maria Panasiuk - Wealth Advisor
Right now, worldwide, the meaning of blockchain, i.e., DLT, is getting through to us. It seems that the sceptics will soon have to abandon their arguments if they do not want to wake up with the proverbial short end... Many aspects of cryptocurrencies still need to be regulated, which can currently be the subject of tremendous abuse. However, this does not change the fact that this is an inevitable direction and although I personally choose analogue life, I definitely want to follow the opportunities offered by the market in my professional life. But why?
20/06/2022 dr Anna Maria Panasiuk - Wealth Advisor
Cryptocurrencies are slowly, yet relentlessly fighting for their place in the mainstream of investments and alternative currencies. At the same time, governments are doing their homework by introducing new laws and tax regulations. Certain countries compete in building their image as crypto hubs (Portugal, Switzerland or the UK) by creating facilities for investors. However, it is a world that is very rapidly changing and evolving. While some countries are trying to attract investors, many see cryptocurrencies as a potential new area for tax revenue; thus, it is not surprising that there is an aim to tax them. Let us take a look at what these regulations look like in Europe today.