According to Israeli tax law, capital gains on cryptocurrency investments must be reported as
part of an individual’s annual income tax return. In order to do so, you should calculate your
cryptocurrency gains by subtracting your cost basis (the price you paid for the cryptocurrency)
from the sale price. Also note to keep accurate records of all your cryptocurrency transactions,
including the date of the transaction, the type of cryptocurrency, the purchase and sale price,
and any relevant fees. Then, file your cryptocurrency gains on your annual income tax return.
Please keep in mind that it’s always a good idea to consult a tax professional for guidance on
reporting cryptocurrency tax in Israel, especially if you have a complex investment portfolio or if
you have questions about how to calculate your gains or report your transactions.