This Property Group Thinks 2019 Will Be The Year Of Crowdfunding

Max Property Group Announces Its Re-Brand Today, Changing Its Blockchain Property Platform Name From Dominium To Max Crowdfund Rotterdam 10th January 2019 – In 2017, amid the peak of the blockchain frenzy, property investment company, Max Property Group, decided to create a global property platform built on blockchain technology, and launch an Initial Token Offering…

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The Daily: Japan Calls All Coins ‘Crypto Assets’, Russia Defines Cryptocurrency as Property

The Financial Services Agency of Japan has resolved to refer to cryptocurrencies as “crypto assets” in order to prevent confusion with legal tender. Also in The Daily, the Justice Ministry in Moscow has confirmed that it classifies digital coins as “other property.” Finally, according to a recent report, stablecoins have seen significant growth over the…

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Now You Can Buy A Texas Mansion With Bitcoin

The sellers for a newly listed mansion in the city of Highland Park, Texas are open to taking Bitcoin for payment. The listing is just another example of a rapidly expanding cryptocurrency real estate market attracting buyers from across the world. Many industries have been expressing interest in cryptocurrencies, but those in the real estate…

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Cryptocurrency-Powered Intellectual Property May Change how Companies Earn Money | BTCMANAGER

Startups are jumping on the idea of tokenizing intellectual property rights, and it might be time to get excited about it. Tokenizing Intellectual Property The burgeoning blockchain technology could usher in massive changes in the way that startups license, buy, and sell intellectual property, courtesy the immutability and tokenization functions blockchain-based cryptocurrencies allow. Controlling income…

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Australian Tax Agency Seeks Public Input Concerning Cryptocurrency Taxes

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has been researching how to formulate regulatory guidelines for taxing cryptocurrencies recently. This week the ATO is seeking input from Australian residents concerning how the country should tax digital assets. The Australian Taxation Office is Looking for Public Opinion Concerning Cryptocurrency Tax Implications Over the past few months, the ATO has…

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