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Frequently asked questions
Ether is a functional currency. As the amount and use and acceptance of Ether increases, the price will also increase. Ethereum can be used to make processes smarter and get the most out of it. The price of Ethereum will increase if Ethereum is accepted by more institutions and its popularity and use increase. In 2016, the value of each ether was less than one dollar, but for example, in 2020, which was the year when digital currencies flourished, the price of Ethereum increased by 200 times. In conclusion, Ethereum has a special place among digital currencies and a bright future is predicted for it. With updates coming in the near future, Ethereum will become faster and a more viable investment option. Investing in Ethereum may seem risky, but if all goes well, the returns on this investment might be impressive.
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.
Officially, ETH has a minimum fractional number called a Wei. Each Wei equals 0.000000000000000001 ETH (10-18). But the minimum amount you are allowed to purchase is dependent upon your exchange’s minimum limit. Our exchange allows a minimum of $10.
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.
To store Ether and Ethereum-based tokens, you need software or hardware called a “wallet”. A wallet can be considered like a bank account that is used to store, receive and send money.
Ethereum software wallets are free and you can easily install them on mobile phones (Android and iOS) or PCs (Windows, Linux, and Mac). Some wallets are also web-based and can be accessed with internet browsers (such as Chrome). In contrast, hardware wallets, which are more secure, are physically available and must be purchased from reputable stores. It is necessary to take a backup copy of your wallet so that you can recover your funds if the wallet is deleted, the password is forgotten, or the device on which the wallet is installed is damaged.