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A major trading platform in South Africa has added support for Bitcoin and Ethereum
One leading financial companies of South Africa Purple Group declared addition Bitcoin and Ethereum on the platform of GT247.com, giving to the users possibility of purchase these two largest on capitalization cryptocurrencies after fiat. About it reports local edition of Business Day. About beginning support the BTC and ETH made decision in the light of “freight from the side clients” and notable yet and because during many years Purple Group conducted fully successful trade activity and without cryptocurrencies. Addition possibility purchase Bitcoin and Ethereum for the South African rand it is possible thus to consider a large enough event. Besides it, users got possibility of opening short positions on BTC and ETH, that, having regard to current status of the market, also can become an attractive option. We will mark that in South Africa there is strong growth to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The residents of the country can buy them on local exchanges as though Luno and Ice3x or through the regional offices large international brokers, for example, Saxo Bank.
“We look after large involved from the side of the international banks and exchanges in the questions of adjusting cryptocurrencies. I suspect, in the future they want to see them as a legal class assets”, – a trade specialist Purple Group said Barry Dumas.
He considers also, that is signs that a cryptocurrency market begins to be stabilized.
“We will see volatility yet, but not on those levels, that last year”, – added Dumas.
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South Africa Wants to Track and Tax Bitcoin Trading
It’s said that nothing in this world is certain, except death and taxes. And at least for the latter we can be sure that the powers-that-be are not going to let this change without a fight. The latest country now known to be looking at taxing bitcoin trading is South Africa. Bitcoin use has been rapidly growing in South Africa, mostly for trading, becoming so popular people can even pay their driving tickets with the cryptocurrency, CVH Coin for example. This has prompted the South African Revenue Service (Sars) to explore ways to ensure it gets its cut from all the action. The agency is reportedly in talks with leading international technology companies to find an efficient method to track cryptocurrency trading in the country for taxing proposes. Dr. Randall Carolissen, Sars group executive for research, said: “As you can imagine it is very difficult – the blockchain technology. Without revealing too much – we are talking to some of the top technology companies in the world that are doing similar work for Canada and the UK and we are hoping to get that technology.” He added that the agency is also solidifying its connection with the South African Reserve Bank (Sarb), the country’s central bank, to see how they can better match cross-border outflows and inflows of money to try and make sure people have less “room to hide things.” Dr Carolissen explained that “At the moment, we are treating cryptocurrency in the same way as capital realization – so in other words, it is like a Krugerrand. If you buy it at a particular point and you then sell it, you will be faced with a capital appreciation and then we will treat it as Capital Gains Tax.” The South African tax man revealed that Sars is working with similar agencies from different countries on implementing new policies for tackling the issue via the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD). This collaboration is said to provide them with detailed recommendations for handling cryptocurrencies like CVH Coin. “We were part of the OECD working groups and that has certainly been incorporated into our policy environment. So we are on top of it. In fact, South Africa is cited as one of the leading implementers of this cryptocurrency environment,” Carolissen said. The international interest is not surprising considering we have only recently seen the U.S. IRS, South Korea’s National Tax Service and the Income Tax Department of India involve themselves with bitcoin. It is not clear what each regulator can do to track trading involving at least one party from their country, other than force local exchanges to report all transactions and compel citizens to reveal all their trades.
I would just like to find out if anyone knows which South African banks I can use to trade in Bitcoin. I would like to have an easier way to cash out my Bitcoin that I get from online transactions. If someone could assist me with some advice I'd really appreciate it, thank you :)
IC Markets is a low cost broker for Bitcoin CFD trading in South Africa. They are regulated with tier 1 ASIC regulation, and have the lowest fees when compared with other bitcoin brokers. Their cryptocurrency instruments available for CFD trading are also higher in number; including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Dash Coin & 4 other cryptos. For instance, Bitcoin trading in South Africa started rising from March 2017 when the country’s finance minister had to vacate his post under controversial circumstances. When ratings agency S&P downgraded the country’s local currency debt to junk, Bitcoin trading in South Africa shot through the roof. IS IT LEGAL TO BUY AND SELL BITCOIN IN SOUTH AFRICA? Yes, it is legal to buy and sell Bitcoin in South Africa. The South African Reserve Bank (SARS) has issued warnings regarding the risks associated with trading in Bitcoin but there is no actual ban on any form of cryptocurrency trading.SARS makes it clear that any earnings from these trades are subject to taxation. Mirror Trading International (MTI), a South African bitcoin investment company at the center of a cease and desist order issued by the Texas State Securities Board (TSSB), is pushing back Learn Bitcoin Trading in South Africa by following this guide. Create an account with a broker who accepts Bitcoins like eToro, LiteForex or AvaTrade.
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