Hong Kong, Hong Kon, August 12, 2021: It’s now even easier for Australians to file crypto tax returns.
Following the successful launches of Crypto.com Tax in Canada and America, Crypto.com has announced that this service is now available in Australia. Crypto.com Tax makes it easy to file complicated crypto taxes in a matter of minutes and at no cost. This service is tailored to meet Australian tax requirements and supports more than 20 of the largest wallets and exchanges, including the Crypto.com App and Exchange.
Kris Marszalek, co-founder and CEO of Crypto.com, said:
"We’re excited to expand our free-to-use crypto tax reporting service to Australia. We have long been committed to offering the most compliant and easy to use crypto platform in the world. As part of that commitment, we are proud to offer all Australian crypto investors an easy solution to filing their taxes. More markets will be added soon."
Crypto.com Tax enables users to quickly generate accurate and organized tax reports, including transaction history and records of capital gains and losses, as well as other crypto-related taxable and non-taxable transactions.
Crypto.com has worked with professional tax advisers to make sure that the calculation logic is consistent with available guidance and laws for filing crypto taxes in Australia.
Founded in 2016, Crypto.com today serves over 10 million customers with the world’s fastest growing crypto app, along with the Crypto.com Visa Card — the world’s largest crypto card program — the Crypto.com Exchange and Crypto.com DeFi Wallet. Recently launched, Crypto.com NFT is the premier platform for collecting and trading NFTs, carefully curated from the worlds of art, design, entertainment and sports.
Crypto.com is built on a solid foundation of security, privacy and compliance and is the first cryptocurrency company in the world to have ISO/IEC 27701:2019, CCSS Level 3, ISO27001:2013 and PCI:DSS 3.2.1, Level 1 compliance, and independently assessed at Tier 4, the highest level for both NIST Cybersecurity and Privacy Frameworks.
- Dan Edelstein