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The Enjin project has provided developers with the ability to build and manage virtual products on the Ethereum blockchain. The purpose of this platform is to manage items in games. Enjin has achieved this goal by reducing transaction fees, overcoming duplication and copying of content, and eliminating fraud. Millions of transactions are done monthly in the marketplace of this platform and by providing real ownership of virtual products to their holders, it has brought users a seamless experience of working with ENJ digital currency. In both the cryptocurrency and NFT industries, Enjin is a pioneering project. Enjin Coin is a cryptocurrency with a smart and promising future. It can dominate the cryptocurrency market as it rides the crypto wave, giving it a long reign as a form of payment.
According to the CRA tax guide, you’re not taxed when you buy crypto with fiat, like Canadian Dollars. This said, even though you don’t pay tax, it’s still really important you keep good records of your crypto transactions so you can keep a detailed account of your cost basis. This lets you calculate accurate crypto gains and losses when you later dispose of your crypto assets. But note that according to the above-mentioned tax guide, buying crypto with another crypto is subject to Capital Gains Tax. The CRA views this as a disposition, meaning you’re getting rid of one asset. It doesn’t matter that you’re using it to buy another.
According to the CRA tax guideline, since cryptocurrency is viewed as a capital asset, when you dispose of it by selling it, swapping it, spending it or gifting it, you’ll owe Capital Gains Tax on any profit you make. Crypto transactions which are considered a disposition in Canada according to the CRA include: Selling crypto for CAD, swapping crypto for another crypto, spending crypto on goods or services, gifting crypto. According to the mentioned guideline, you won’t pay Capital Gains Tax on the entire proceeds when you sell, swap, spend or gift your cryptocurrency, but only the profits from it. Also note that you’ll only pay Capital Gains Tax on half your net capital gain each financial year in Canada.
Enjin Coin can be purchased for less than a dollar. In this situation, the minimum purchase quantity that your exchange permits will likely determine the minimum amount of Enjin Coin you can purchase. In our exchange, the smallest payments start at $10.
According to the CRA tax guide, you should maintain the following records on your cryptocurrency transactions: the date of the transactions, the receipts of purchase or transfer of cryptocurrency, the value of the cryptocurrency in Canadian dollars at the time of the transaction, the digital wallet records and cryptocurrency addresses, a description of the transaction and the other party (even if it is just their cryptocurrency address), the exchange records, accounting and legal costs, the software costs related to managing your tax affairs.
The Enjin team has developed their own wallet in order to ensure user security. Enjin Wallet is a digital currency wallet with high security and simple user interface, developed for the safe keeping of your Enjin Coin assets. Enjin Wallet uses two layers of encryption to protect users’ data and a safe keyboard. In this wallet, special codes are considered to prevent the penetration of hackers through the breach of processors with ARM architecture. Therefore, ORU’s security team did not find any loopholes in this wallet that could allow hackers to steal users’ private keys and assets. Furthermore, Enjin Wallet supports Samsung Blockchain Keystore under Samsung’s Knox military-grade security system to protect private keys.