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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.
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.
Yes, you can cash out your cryptocurrency assets in Luxembourg. You can do so by selling
your cryptocurrency through a peer-to-peer marketplace or on a cryptocurrency exchange,
which is the most convenient method. After selling, you can then withdraw the funds to your
bank account or use them to make purchases. Our exchange charges zero fees for your crypto
sale transactions within our exchange.
It is important to note that cashing out cryptocurrency in Luxembourg may have tax implications
and that you may need to pay income tax on any gains made from selling your digital assets. It
is recommended to familiarize yourself with the tax laws related to cryptocurrency in
Luxembourg and consult a tax advisor or lawyer for specific advice on your situation.
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 ownership of cryptocurrency assets in Luxembourg is relatively high compared to other
countries. The country has a thriving financial sector and has been supportive of the growth of
the digital asset industry. This has led to increased interest and investment in the crypto space,
resulting in a growing number of individuals and businesses in Luxembourg owning
cryptocurrency assets. The country is seen as a hub for cryptocurrency and blockchain
technology in Europe, which further contributes to its high levels of adoption. There isn’t an
exact number of crypto asset owners among the Luxembourgian population, but according to a
survey, one out of every 10 people in Luxembourg owns a form of cryptocurrency.
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.