Key message: According to the Salvadoran government, foreign investors in El Salvador will be exempt from profit tax from BTC, said Javier Argueta, the legal advisor to the Salvadoran government. This is a development to further encourage entrepreneurs and investors to enter the country. Profit tax So if a foreign investor owns Bitcoin and makes
Everything is a token. In the global sense, the relationship is financial. This is a relationship between government and state, as well as between state and individual. Why? Because this relationship is circular-linear, it is between the abstract and the real world. Like zeros and ones. Why? Because the world we live in is tokenized.
Government loans and incentives have also helped mitigate the effects of the pandemic. This is a very different approach than we experienced in 2008. Let’s take a look at what makes this approach different and how it could help. Why it matters This approach is very different from what we were able to see in
How do you imagine evolution of government and finance? Like a huge machine that can work when you set precise rules? Unfortunately, this is not the case. Let’s take a look at what you do wrong when you think about government and money. Evolution, not infinite rules Many people, including politicians, view government as a
Will the cryptomarket be impacted long-term by the global pandemic? Is Bitcoin immune to the Coronavirus? The COVID-19 pandemic has, among other things managed to throw a monkey wrench into the gearbox of the world economy. Some experts claim that it will take years, if not decades, to recover from the screeching halt it caused
Robert Kiyosaki has been on the front lines warning people of what’s coming. He continues to speak up, even though he was told to “stay in your lane” and not alert the public to what’s going on right in front of them, with their unknowing consent. Kiyosaki also says that he doesn’t know what’s coming,