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Is ADA a good investment in Brazil?
Cardano and its official coin “ADA” is known as the third generation blockchain, which has fulfilled the issues on the previous generations of blockchains. It is now faster and cheaper than Bitcoin and Ethereum. But that’s not the only benefit that this coin has. There are other factors to check to find out if Cardano is a good investment. One of them is its performance over the years. ADA was released as the native token of Cardano in 2017 with the price of $0.024, which was the lowest price of this token. Very soon the price rose up to $3 in 2021, which shows this coin was a good long-term investment.During this period, ADA had many fluctuations, but analysts always had positive opinions about this coin.
One important thing to consider is that no one can guarantee if the future of a coin is positive because everything in the world of cryptocurrencies is volatile and risky. However, the price predictions of a coin can help you see how positive the analysts and experts think about the future of a coin. Many experts have predicted the future of ADA until 2030 between $3 to $5. Thus, considering a long-term investment, check the price of ADA for the day you are buying and check the future prediction for up to 5 years later. Think about the risks and choose an exit point for your investment. These steps can help you have a good investment.
What is Cardano ?
You may have heard about Cardano and ADA and wondered if there is any difference between these two names. First, you need to know that Cardano is the name of the company that has launched the ADA coin. Therefore, Cardano and ADA are somehow used interchangeably. To take a deeper look into Cardano we need to mention that Cardano is a decentralized public blockchain that is designed to have a faster and more efficient performance compared to its previous blockchains. As one of the first blockchains of this new generation, Cardano has become so popular and one of the biggest cryptocurrencies by market cap. From the first day of its release, it acted better than most of its previous competitors.
Is Cardano legal to buy in Brazil
Yes, it is legal to buy and own cryptocurrencies in Brazil. According to a publication by the
Central Bank of Brazil on the Distributed Ledger Technologies, the benefits of the application of
blockchains is mentioned and the use of blockchain technology is stated as valuable for the
creation of decentralized payment systems, particularly in the form of cryptocurrencies. It is also
stated in the above-mentioned article that cryptography and consensus systems are applicable
to this digital representation of real world assets, as in payment systems.
Is Cardano taxed in Brazil
Yes. In Brazil, the taxation of cryptocurrency is governed by the federal tax law contained in the
Brazilian Tax Code (Lei n° 5.172/1966) and by additional regulations issued by the Brazilian
Federal Revenue Service. The specific provisions regarding the taxation of cryptocurrency can
be found in Normative Instruction (IN) 1.888/2019 issued by the Federal Revenue Service. This
instruction sets out the rules and procedures for the taxation of cryptocurrency transactions in
Brazil, including the treatment of capital gains, the reporting of cryptocurrency transactions, and
the determination of tax liability.
According to the above-mentioned taxation laws, cryptocurrency is taxed as a financial asset.
This means that any capital gains made from the sale or exchange of cryptocurrencies are
subject to a 15% taxation rate. If the holding period of the cryptocurrency is less than 365 days,
the gains are considered short term and are taxed as ordinary income. If the holding period is
longer than 365 days, the gains are considered long-term and are taxed at a more favorable
rate. In addition, cryptocurrency transactions that exceed a value of R$35,000 ($6,500) in a
given month are subject to a tax reporting obligation. but please note that the regulations are
always subject to change and it is recommended to consult tax experts in order to receive up to
After you've bought Cardano in Brazil
When you buy a coin, you can use it in different ways. Most people would like to keep a token as an investment. Therefore, they should find a secure wallet to keep their coins there and keep an eye on their price each day to find the right time to trade. But there are still other uses for ADA coins rather than just investing. Many companies accept ADA as a currency, so you can buy something on the internet and spend your ADA to pay for it. Most of the time, crypto coins are used for online games. ADA is accepted for some online games too. Furthermore, ADA can be used to build smart contracts and create decentralized applications.
Who can buy Cardano in Brazil
In Brazil, anyone can buy and own cryptocurrencies, including individuals, companies, and legal
entities. There are no restrictions or limitations on who can purchase cryptocurrencies. In Brazil,
there are also Over-the-counter (OTC) providers who sell you crypto currencies but you should
know that the most popular and convenient way to buy cryptocurrency in Brazil is through a
cryptocurrency exchange. On this note, our exchange is one of the most secure service
providers when it comes to buying crypto assets in Brazil. In such a circumstance, our exchange
is a reliable and secure option for purchasing cryptocurrency in Brazil. It operates legally and
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Frequently asked questions
ADA is a popular digital asset on the market that is actively in use. Its history and the predictions of its future show that ADA can be a good option for people who consider buying a crypto and take their first steps to this market.
In Brazil, cryptocurrency transactions must be reported for tax purposes. You need to keep
detailed records of all your cryptocurrency transactions, including the date, amount, and type of
transaction. Then, determine your capital gains and calculate it by subtracting the cost basis
(the price you paid for the cryptocurrency) from the sale price. Next, file an annual tax return by
reporting your capital gains from cryptocurrency transactions on your annual tax return
(Declaração de Imposto de Renda). After that, you should declare cryptocurrency holdings, if
you hold cryptocurrency with a total value exceeding R$35,000 ($6,500) at the end of a given
month, you are required to declare your holdings to the Federal Revenue Service. If you have a
taxable capital gain from cryptocurrency transactions, you must pay the appropriate taxes to the
Also, it is recommended to consult a tax professional or financial advisor if you have further
questions or concerns about the tax implications of your cryptocurrency transactions in Brazil.
Yes, you can exchange your cryptocurrency into cash in Brazil. The most common and
convenient way to exchange your cryptocurrency into cash in Brazil is through a cryptocurrency
exchange like ours. All you need to do is to transfer your cryptocurrency to our exchange by
sending it from your digital wallet to the exchange's wallet address (you don’t need to do this if
you are already using our exchange’s internal wallet). Then, you can sell your cryptocurrency
assets for Euros. Finally, you can withdraw the cash from our exchange to your bank account.
Also, it is worth mentioning that all your trading transactions are free of transaction fee charge
within our exchange.
ADA and XRP are both well-known coins on the market, both are fast, cheap, and energy-efficient. Furthermore, most of the top brands support them as trusted currencies. However, some experts believe that ADA might perform slightly better than XRP in the future because it has a more promising blockchain.
The exact number of people in Brazil who own crypto assets is not publicly available. However,
it is estimated that over 10 million people, 4.9% of Brazil's total population, currently own some
kind of cryptocurrency assets. According to some studies and reports, the number of people in
Brazil investing in cryptocurrencies has been growing in recent years, driven by factors such as
increasing awareness and adoption, market performance, and investment opportunities.
The future of every cryptocurrency is unpredictable; but experts and analysts believe that Cardano is one of the coins that may perform well on the market in the future.