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With our cryptotaxguide we have set ourselves the goal of providing you with information on cryptocurrencies and taxes. This freely accessible e-paper is intended to be the central point of contact for all traders, miners, holders and co. from the crypto sector. It is intended to clarify questions about virtual currency and its taxation in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. In order not to speak only of the "theoretical" legal situation, we have considered to present a number of practical examples in order to be able to establish a direct reference.
The following article is only available in German. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via support@blockpit.io or one of our other social media channels.

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