According to the Grand Ducal Regulation of Luxembourg, cryptocurrency is considered as a
taxable asset and can be subject to income tax, value added tax or capital gains tax. The
reporting of cryptocurrency tax in Luxembourg is done as part of the annual income tax return.
The following steps outline the process of reporting cryptocurrency tax in Luxembourg:
Calculate the taxable amount, keep records of all cryptocurrency transactions, file a tax return,
and at last, pay your cryptocurrency tax.