Binance Australia has launched its latest educational video series, “CryptoTax 101,” aimed at educating Australian cryptocurrency traders and investors on the country's tax regulations regarding Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The series features experts from Cadena Legal, Crypto Tax Calculator, and Koinly and is designed to provide a simple explanation of the complex world of crypto tax in Australia.
The video series covers a range of topics, including whether crypto is taxable in Australia, which transactions are tax-free, cost basis, tax implications for spot trading crypto, staking, airdrops, liquidity pools, chain splits, gifts, ICOs, and wrapped tokens. The third video in the series looks at tax implications for spot trading crypto, while the second video focuses on what isn't taxable in crypto.
The series is an excellent resource for Australian crypto traders and investors looking to stay compliant with the Australian Taxation Office's regulations. The video series is available on Binance Australia's YouTube channel, and interested parties can click on any video to get started.
Binance Australia is the local subsidiary of global cryptocurrency exchange Binance, which has a strong focus on providing secure and transparent trading services to users worldwide. The video series is an important step forward for the Australian cryptocurrency industry, providing much-needed clarity and education on complex tax regulations.
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