[Regulatory Week] US Treasury Wants to Expand Crypto Reporting to Combat Offshore Tax Evasion

(5.24-5.30) List of Foreign Regulatory Developments

[Regulatory Week] US Treasury Wants to Expand Crypto Reporting to Combat Offshore Tax Evasion

U.S. SEC to Work with Congress to Regulate Cryptocurrency Exchanges

According to Theblock, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler believes cryptocurrencies are overcoming certain gaps in the current regulatory system, and that exchange regulation is the way to address those gaps.

ECB’s digital euro may not be based on blockchain technology

The German business newspaper reports that sources say the ECB is almost done with a report on digital currencies. The report will be presented to the ECB’s governing council, and several key elements have been agreed upon. Europe’s top is expected to decide on the plan at its July meeting, and Europe’s top digital currency is expected to be named the “digital euro,” and Europe’s top wants to register a protective trademark for the name. Cash in individual digital wallets may be limited under regular accounts, with a possible cap of 3,000 euros. The digital euro may not be based on blockchain technology development.

ECB chief economist: It is important to ensure that stable coins have adequate framework

According to Golden 10 news, European chief economist Lien: It is important to ensure that stablecoins have an adequate framework.

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The Central Bank of Mauritius plans to conduct a CBDC pilot in 2021

Harvesh Seegolam, governor of the Central Bank of Mauritius, said on Wednesday that the country’s central bank digital currency (CBDC) pilot is scheduled to be launched by the end of the year, according to Coindesk news. He said the Republic of Mauritius is finalizing a position paper on CBDC and will release “concrete examples” of its initiative in the near future. seegolam said: “CBDC will be here to complement and address gaps that cannot be filled by the traditional monetary system. ” Seegolam added that Mauritius has been in consultation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the possible design of its CBDC, and the IMF has been helping Mauritius develop a tentative digital currency plan. Seegolam said that despite the advantages of CBDCs, they are unlikely to replace cash, but rather complement the existing monetary system.

ECB executive: digital euro will not be launched until at least 2026

According to Golden 10 news, ECB Executive Committee member Panetta said the digital euro will not be launched until at least 2026.

Australia may mandate sharing of encryption user information to combat money laundering

Australia may be on the verge of introducing legislation to force cryptocurrency providers to share customer and transaction information to combat money laundering, according to the Australian Financial Review. Nicole Rose, CEO of the Australian Anti-Money Laundering Council (AUSTRAC), revealed in a Senate assessment on Tuesday that the anti-money laundering regulator is looking at a “travel rule” as one of several possible legislative changes to keep up with changes in digital currency technology. Responding to a question about how the Travel Rule could help identify and prosecute ransomware operators and cybercriminals, Rose said, “It allows us to see the payer and the payee in the first place, which we don’t currently have.”

Nebraska Officially Approves Digital Asset Banking Framework Bill

According to official sources, the Nebraska Governor’s Office officially signed the Digital Asset Banking Framework Act, after it was voted on by senators and approved by the state legislature in quick succession. The bill allows banks to offer services to customers who own bitcoin and other digital assets. This means that Nebraska becomes the second U.S. state to license crypto banks, with Wyoming being the first. It is unclear when the bill will take effect.

Austria’s Federal Financial Authority Warns of Unlicensed Cryptocurrency Brokers

Austria’s top financial regulator has issued a warning to investors that unauthorized cryptocurrency exchanges are engaging in banking transactions in the country, according to financemagnates. The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) said on the website http://www.elcurrency.com下运营的Elcurrency Global Limited (ELcurrency) does not have a license to operate in Austria.

5.25

South Africa’s central bank studies advantages of central bank digital currency in retail sector

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) said on Tuesday it is studying the benefits of issuing digital currency for general retail purposes, according to Reuters. SARB said it will “study the feasibility, desirability and suitability of using the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) as an electronic legal tender for general purpose retail to supplement cash “. The purpose of the study is to consider how the issuance of a common CBDC would affect SARB’s policy stance and mandate, the report said. The study, which will conclude in 2022, will conduct hands-on experiments on different emerging technology platforms and consider a variety of factors, including policy, regulatory, security and risk management implications.

Fed Governor: U.S. Must Win CBDC Race to Maintain Dollar’s Global Reserve Currency Status

Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard asserted that leading CBDC programs could have a “significant impact” on the global financial system and urged the U.S. to ensure its leadership role in the emerging CBDC ecosystem, Cointelegraph reported. The announcement noted that the Fed is “intensifying its focus” on four key areas of CBDC development, namely the role of digital private currencies; the migration to digital payments; plans to use foreign CBDC in cross-border payments; and concerns about financial exclusion. In addition, Brainard highlighted the potential risks associated with the widespread adoption of private stablecoins and said that CBDCs could provide the utility and benefits associated with existing dollar stable tokens without undermining government control of monetary policy. She said, “Unlike central bank fiat currencies, stablecoins do not have fiat currency status, but there is a risk that widespread use of private currencies for consumer payments could fragment certain parts of the U.S. payments system, placing burdens on households and businesses and raising costs.”

IMF official: A world with more than one reserve currency is a more stable world

According to CoinDesk, Tommaso Mancini-Griffoli of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said the world would be a more stable place if the U.S. dollar were diversified. And he also said cryptocurrencies are still too young and volatile to become a global reserve.

Fed’s Bostic: Characteristics of cryptocurrencies, stablecoin market make it impossible to be characterized as a currency

The Fed’s Bostic said cryptocurrencies, digital currencies are an area the Fed can’t disassociate itself from, and the characteristics of the cryptocurrency, stablecoin market can’t be characterized as a currency.

Fed’s Bullard: People are participating in cryptocurrencies (trading) with their eyes wide open and are not blind to volatility

According to Golden Ten news, Fed’s Bullard: People are participating in cryptocurrencies (trading) with their eyes wide open and are not blind to volatility.

5.24

Fed Governor Brainard: Cross-border payments are one of the “most compelling” use cases for digital currencies

According to Golden 10 news, Fed Governor Brainard: Cross-border payments are one of the “most compelling” use cases for digital currencies. Central bank digital currencies can be the basis for innovative and more efficient payment systems. The growth of “private currencies,” the development of digital payments, and measures taken by other central banks have all reinforced the focus on central bank digital currencies.

Russian Lawmakers Draft Amendments to Allow Cryptocurrency Payment Contracts

Bitcoin.com news, members of Russia’s State Duma are currently drafting amendments to allow the use of cryptocurrencies as a means of payment for contracts. Under Russian law, digital financial assets are considered property, and this change would legalize crypto payments between contracting parties. The bill is subject to further review, but according to legislative committee chairman Pavel Krasheninnikov, there is a consensus among the parties on the issue.

5.30

Korea Democratic Party Presidential Candidate: Taxation of Cryptocurrencies Should Be Postponed for One Year

Nigeria’s central bank governor: cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin will be legalized in the country

5.29

Biden’s 2022 Budget Includes New Cryptocurrency Reporting Proposal

U.S. Treasury wants to expand crypto reporting to combat offshore tax evasion

U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen: Support work on digital payments

5.28

UK Treasury Economy Secretary: many crypto firms fail to meet anti-money laundering standards

Australian Tax Office to Require Crypto Taxpayers to File Tax Returns

US Texas Senate passes crypto bill, heads to governor for signature, soon to become law

5.27

White House cyber advisor highlights potential abuse of cryptocurrencies and suggests developing protection mechanisms

Acting FinCEN Director: FinCEN’s Proposed Crypto Wallet Rules Still Under Close Discussion

Bank of Canada Deputy Governor: Consideration is being given to how digital currencies work in a more concrete way

Danish Central Bank Governor Rode: Cryptocurrencies are “very speculative” assets at best

U.S. lawmakers plan to reintroduce a series of cryptocurrency and blockchain bills

U.S. Congressman Introduces New Bill to Require Treasury to Evaluate Digital Dollars and Digital RMB

U.S. SEC Chairman: DeFi “presents challenges” for investors and regulators

U.S. SEC to Work with Congress to Regulate Cryptocurrency Exchanges

ECB’s digital euro may not be based on blockchain technology

ECB chief economist: It’s important to ensure stablecoins have adequate framework

5.26

Mauritius central bank plans CBDC pilot in 2021

ECB executive: digital euro won’t be launched until at least 2026

Australia may mandate sharing of crypto user information to combat money laundering

Nebraska officially approves digital asset banking framework bill

Austria’s Federal Financial Authority warns unlicensed cryptocurrency brokers

5.25

South Africa’s central bank studies advantages of central bank digital currency in retail sector

Fed governor: U.S. must win CBDC race to maintain dollar’s global reserve currency status

IMF official: A world with more than one reserve currency is a more stable world

Fed’s Bostic: Cryptocurrencies, stablecoin markets have characteristics that prevent them from being characterized as currencies

Fed’s Bullard: People are participating in cryptocurrencies (trading) with their eyes wide open and are not blind to volatility

5.24

Fed Governor Brainard: Cross-border payments one of the “most compelling” use cases for digital currencies

Russian Lawmakers Draft Amendments to Allow Cryptocurrency Payment Contracts

(5.24-5.30) Details on foreign regulatory developments

5.30

South Korea’s Democratic Party presidential candidate: Cryptocurrency taxation should be postponed for a year

According to Yonhap News Agency, Lee Jae-myung, the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate and governor of Gyeonggi Province, said in an interview that the taxation of cryptocurrencies should be postponed for one year. This is different from the current government’s policy of taxing income from virtual assets from next year as planned.

Nigeria Central Bank Governor: Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to be legalized in the country

The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiere, announced at the 279th Monetary Policy Committee meeting in Abuja that cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) will be legalized in the country, according to jp.cointelegraph.

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Biden’s 2022 Budget Includes New Cryptocurrency Report Proposal

President Biden’s 2022 budget proposal, first announced on Friday, includes several newly proposed crypto reporting requirements, according to CoinDesk. These include two proposals that would impose additional requirements on the types of information financial institutions must report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or other Treasury-affiliated departments. The first proposal would require brokers, including entities such as U.S. crypto asset exchanges and custodial wallet providers, to report information relating to certain passive entities and their principal foreign owners when reporting crypto assets held by those entities in brokerage accounts. These reports would include gross proceeds, sales and “significant foreign owners” of the passive entities. According to the filing, the proposal would be effective for returns filed after December 31, 2022. A second proposal to introduce a “consolidated financial account reporting” structure for tax compliance purposes would require financial institutions to report user account data, broken down among different types of transfers above a minimum of $600. The reporting requirements would apply to situations where a taxpayer purchases crypto assets from one broker and then transfers the crypto assets to another broker, and businesses that receive more than $10,000 in fair market value of crypto assets in a transaction would be required to report such situations.

U.S. Treasury Wants to Expand Crypto Reporting to Combat Offshore Tax Evasion

The U.S. Treasury Department has highlighted a new goal of expanding crypto reporting requirements to combat tax evasion, according to theblock. “Tax evasion using crypto assets is a rapidly growing problem,” the Treasury’s explanation said. “The global nature of the crypto market provides opportunities for U.S. taxpayers to conceal assets and taxable income through the use of offshore crypto exchanges and wallet providers.”

The Treasury Department is proposing to expand the requirement for cryptocurrency brokers, including exchanges and custodian wallets, to report the beneficial owners of accounts that would then be entered into the automated international reporting network that the U.S. has joined. The proposal aims to make this mandatory requirement for tax returns to be filed starting in 2023.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen: Supports Work on Digital Payments

U.S. Treasury Secretary Yellen expressed support for work on digital payments, including a study of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), according to Golden 10 news.

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UK Treasury Economics Secretary: Many crypto firms fail to meet anti-money laundering standards

According to a statement from The Block UK Treasury Economics Secretary John Glen claimed that many cryptocurrency startups are failing to meet anti-money laundering (AML) standards set by UK regulators. john Glen said that as of May 24, five cryptocurrency companies had registered. Those companies are Ziglu, Archax, Digivault and two Gemini entities. He added: “To date, more than 90 percent of the companies assessed have withdrawn their applications following the FCA’s intervention.” According to Glen, there are currently 167 UK cryptocurrency companies waiting to be registered. There are also 77 new cryptocurrency startups with applications awaiting full assessment. john Glen said, “The UK is committed to a strong anti-money laundering regime for crypto assets, which will help to increase confidence in the UK as a safe and reputable place to establish and grow a crypto asset business. The news comes after UK MP Philip Davies pressured UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak over continued delays in the registration of cryptocurrency businesses with the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Australian Tax Office to Require Crypto Taxpayers to File Tax Returns

According to CoinDesk, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has notified about 100,000 taxpayers who hold cryptocurrencies that their ATO will review their previously filed returns and ensure that they are correct. The tax authority will also require about 300,000 people to submit their 2021 tax returns.

Texas Senate Passes Encryption Bill, Heads to Governor for Signature, Soon to Become Law

Texas Senate lawmakers have passed a cryptocurrency bill aimed at creating a legal framework for bitcoin investments in the region, according to financemagnates. It will then become law if the governor signs it. In previous news, the U.S. Texas House of Representatives passed a bill to officially recognize the legal status of cryptocurrencies.

5.27

White House Cyber Advisor Highlights Potential Abuse of Cryptocurrencies and Suggests Developing Protection Mechanisms

Carol House, director of cybersecurity and secure digital innovation at the National Security Council (NSC), pointed out Thursday that the role cryptocurrencies play in ransomware attacks, evading sanctions and funding terrorists requires some review of their backend, especially for unhosted wallets, according to Coindesk. Carol House acknowledged that most crypto users are not bad people, but some may be. In response, Carol House said that government involvement in cryptocurrencies is necessary and justified. She noted that “traditional payments” are already subject to federal rules, and Carol House said of cryptocurrencies, “I think it’s clear that we’re not taking a position to ban it or make it completely illegal.” House said government regulators and industry representatives should work together to develop protective mechanisms for cryptocurrencies.

Acting FinCEN Director: FinCEN’s Proposed Crypto Wallet Rules Still Under Close Discussion

According to Coindesk, acting director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) Michael Mosier’s (FinCEN) proposed rule on cryptocurrency wallets “has not yet been decided,” and FinCEN continues to engage with the cryptocurrency industry on the controversial proposed rule. FinCEN continues to engage with the cryptocurrency industry on the controversial proposed rule. Critics say it would make it difficult to use certain smart contracts and place a heavy compliance burden on exchanges, and Michael Mosier said Thursday, “There was a very strong sense of urgency from the political leadership of the last administration to have a discussion about the timing, the risks and the concerns about addressing this issue. We have the ability to extend the comment period that we did and continue to engage with the industry on this.” Mosier said part of FinCEN’s mission as a financial intelligence unit is to analyze data to look for trends or risks. He said Congress may ask him how he monitors other potential domestic terrorist attacks and the possible use of cryptocurrencies. ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure such as hospitals is another similar issue FinCEN must focus on, according to Michael Mosier. If FinCEN can proactively identify and address these issues, he noted, it can prevent the implementation of overly burdensome regulatory measures. “It’s important to understand that not everyone in government is inherently skeptical of cryptocurrencies,” Michael Mosier said. There are a lot of people who are very interested in it and think it has incredible potential.”

Bank of Canada deputy governor: considering how digital currencies work in a more concrete way

Bank of Canada Deputy Governor Timothy Lane said on Wednesday that the Bank of Canada is considering the look and operation of its digital currency in a more specific way, but does not believe there is a strong case for issuing it at this time, according to Reuters news.

Danish Central Bank Governor Rode: Cryptocurrencies are at best “very speculative” assets

Denmark’s central bank governor Rode said cryptocurrencies are at best “very speculative” assets, according to Golden 10 news.

U.S. Congressman Plans to Reintroduce a Series of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Bills

Democratic U.S. Rep. Darren Soto is preparing a series of crypto legislation to be introduced into Congress, The Block reports. On Tuesday, Soto reintroduced the Blockchain Technology Reconciliation Act in front of the Energy and Commerce Committee. The bill aims to create a new office within the Department of Commerce to regulate the use of blockchain in the federal government. members of Soto’s team said Soto also plans to reintroduce the Digital Classification Act and the Blockchain Innovation Act later this week. Its team is also preparing to reintroduce the U.S. Virtual Currency Market and Regulatory Competitiveness Act and the Virtual Currency Consumer Protection Act.

U.S. Congressman Introduces New Bill to Require Treasury to Evaluate Digital Dollars and Digital RMB

CoinDesk reports that U.S. Congressmen French Hill and Jim Himes have introduced a bill that would require the U.S. Treasury Department to evaluate the role of the digital yuan, digital dollar, and real dollar in the global economy. The bill, dubbed the “21st Century Dollar Act,” aims to ensure the dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency. The bill would require Treasury Secretary Yellen to submit a report to the Senate Banking Committee and the House Financial Services Committee that includes a description of efforts by major foreign central banks to create a formal digital currency, including the People’s Bank of China, and any risks to U.S. national interests posed by such efforts.

U.S. SEC Chairman: DeFi “presents challenges” for investors and regulators

Decentralized finance (DeFi) could pose new challenges for U.S. investors and challenges for securities regulators, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler said Wednesday, according to CoinDesk news. The regulator suggested that a specialized market regulator provide some protection against fraud and manipulation.

U.S. SEC to Work with Congress to Regulate Cryptocurrency Exchanges

According to Theblock, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler believes cryptocurrencies are overcoming certain gaps in the current regulatory system, and that exchange regulation is the way to address those gaps.

ECB’s digital euro may not be based on blockchain technology

The German business newspaper reports that sources say the ECB is almost done with a report on digital currencies. The report will be presented to the ECB’s governing council, and several key elements have been agreed upon. Europe’s top is expected to decide on the plan at its July meeting, and Europe’s top digital currency is expected to be named the “digital euro,” and Europe’s top wants to register a protective trademark for the name. Cash in individual digital wallets may be limited under regular accounts, with a possible cap of 3,000 euros. The digital euro may not be based on blockchain technology development.

ECB chief economist: It is important to ensure that stable coins have adequate framework

According to Golden 10 news, European chief economist Lien: It is important to ensure that stablecoins have an adequate framework.

5.26

The Central Bank of Mauritius plans to conduct a CBDC pilot in 2021

Harvesh Seegolam, governor of the Central Bank of Mauritius, said on Wednesday that the country’s central bank digital currency (CBDC) pilot is scheduled to be launched by the end of the year, according to Coindesk news. He said the Republic of Mauritius is finalizing a position paper on CBDC and will release “concrete examples” of its initiative in the near future. seegolam said: “CBDC will be here to complement and address gaps that cannot be filled by the traditional monetary system. ” Seegolam added that Mauritius has been in consultation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the possible design of its CBDC, and the IMF has been helping Mauritius develop a tentative digital currency plan. Seegolam said that despite the advantages of CBDCs, they are unlikely to replace cash, but rather complement the existing monetary system.

ECB executive: digital euro will not be launched until at least 2026

According to Golden 10 news, ECB Executive Committee member Panetta said the digital euro will not be launched until at least 2026.

Australia may mandate sharing of encryption user information to combat money laundering

Australia may be on the verge of introducing legislation to force cryptocurrency providers to share customer and transaction information to combat money laundering, according to the Australian Financial Review. Nicole Rose, CEO of the Australian Anti-Money Laundering Council (AUSTRAC), revealed in a Senate assessment on Tuesday that the anti-money laundering regulator is looking at a “travel rule” as one of several possible legislative changes to keep up with changes in digital currency technology. Responding to a question about how the Travel Rule could help identify and prosecute ransomware operators and cybercriminals, Rose said, “It allows us to see the payer and the payee in the first place, which we don’t currently have.”

Nebraska Officially Approves Digital Asset Banking Framework Bill

According to official sources, the Nebraska Governor’s Office officially signed the Digital Asset Banking Framework Act, after it was voted on by senators and approved by the state legislature in quick succession. The bill allows banks to offer services to customers who own bitcoin and other digital assets. This means that Nebraska becomes the second U.S. state to license crypto banks, with Wyoming being the first. It is unclear when the bill will take effect.

Austria’s Federal Financial Authority Warns of Unlicensed Cryptocurrency Brokers

Austria’s top financial regulator has issued a warning to investors that unauthorized cryptocurrency exchanges are engaging in banking transactions in the country, according to financemagnates. The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) said on the website http://www.elcurrency.com下运营的Elcurrency Global Limited (ELcurrency) does not have a license to operate in Austria.

5.25

South Africa’s central bank studies advantages of central bank digital currency in retail sector

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) said on Tuesday it is studying the benefits of issuing digital currency for general retail purposes, according to Reuters. SARB said it will “study the feasibility, desirability and suitability of using the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) as an electronic legal tender for general purpose retail to supplement cash “. The purpose of the study is to consider how the issuance of a common CBDC would affect SARB’s policy stance and mandate, the report said. The study, which will conclude in 2022, will conduct hands-on experiments on different emerging technology platforms and consider a variety of factors, including policy, regulatory, security and risk management implications.

Fed Governor: U.S. Must Win CBDC Race to Maintain Dollar’s Global Reserve Currency Status

Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard asserted that leading CBDC programs could have a “significant impact” on the global financial system and urged the U.S. to ensure its leadership role in the emerging CBDC ecosystem, Cointelegraph reported. The announcement noted that the Fed is “intensifying its focus” on four key areas of CBDC development, namely the role of digital private currencies; the migration to digital payments; plans to use foreign CBDC in cross-border payments; and concerns about financial exclusion. In addition, Brainard highlighted the potential risks associated with the widespread adoption of private stablecoins and said that CBDCs could provide the utility and benefits associated with existing dollar stable tokens without undermining government control of monetary policy. She said, “Unlike central bank fiat currencies, stablecoins do not have fiat currency status, but there is a risk that widespread use of private currencies for consumer payments could fragment certain parts of the U.S. payments system, placing burdens on households and businesses and raising costs.”

IMF official: A world with more than one reserve currency is a more stable world

According to CoinDesk, Tommaso Mancini-Griffoli of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said the world would be a more stable place if the U.S. dollar were diversified. And he also said cryptocurrencies are still too young and volatile to become a global reserve.

Fed’s Bostic: Characteristics of cryptocurrencies, stablecoin market make it impossible to be characterized as a currency

The Fed’s Bostic said cryptocurrencies, digital currencies are an area the Fed can’t disassociate itself from, and the characteristics of the cryptocurrency, stablecoin market can’t be characterized as a currency.

Fed’s Bullard: People are participating in cryptocurrencies (trading) with their eyes wide open and are not blind to volatility

According to Golden Ten news, Fed’s Bullard: People are participating in cryptocurrencies (trading) with their eyes wide open and are not blind to volatility.

5.24

Fed Governor Brainard: Cross-border payments are one of the “most compelling” use cases for digital currencies

According to Golden 10 news, Fed Governor Brainard: Cross-border payments are one of the “most compelling” use cases for digital currencies. Central bank digital currencies can be the basis for innovative and more efficient payment systems. The growth of “private currencies,” the development of digital payments, and measures taken by other central banks have all reinforced the focus on central bank digital currencies.

Russian Lawmakers Draft Amendments to Allow Cryptocurrency Payment Contracts

Bitcoin.com news, members of Russia’s State Duma are currently drafting amendments to allow the use of cryptocurrencies as a means of payment for contracts. Under Russian law, digital financial assets are considered property, and this change would legalize crypto payments between contracting parties. The bill is subject to further review, but according to legislative committee chairman Pavel Krasheninnikov, there is a consensus among the parties on the issue.

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