Is it legal to work with cryptocurrencies in Argentina? Which taxes should be paid how and when? What are the legal uses of blockchain? These are some of the questions that will be answered in the virtual course “Legal and Tax Aspects of Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain” organized by the NGO Bitcoin Argentina. The course will take place on June 16 and 23 will be responsible for attorney Daniel Rybnikwho has extensive experience in these topics.
The organizers said that they are presenting this Open course on regulatory and tax issues related to digital assets to help participants understand how the crypto economy is adapting to current legislation in Argentina.
The following topics will be discussed on Tuesday, June 16:
1. In what global legal and tax context is Bitcoin created?
2. Insertion of virtual currencies into comparative law
3. Approach to the legal framework of Bitcoin in Argentina
3.1 Federal constitutional bloc
3.2 Civil and commercial law
4. The perspective of the central bank
5. Approach from the FIU regulations
6. The position of the CNV
7. Criminal jurisdiction
The second part takes place on Tuesday, June 23, with the following topics:
8. Impact of National, Provincial and CABA Taxes (Autonomous City of Buenos Aires)
8.3 Direct debit and credit
8.4 Personal property
8.5 Estimated minimum income
8.6 Law against evasion
8.7 Billing regime
8.8 gross income
9. Evidence of the blockchain
10. Smart contracts
About Daniel Rybnik
Daniel Rybnik is a lawyer and master in banking, corporate and finance law (Fordham University). PhD in Law (UBA). Professor of law in Bachelor and postgraduate subjects (UBA, UP, UNR, UCA in Argentina and universities in other countries). He is also a partner of EnterPricing and co-founder of the NGO Bitcoin Argentina.
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