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Is EGLD a good investment in Norway?
EGLD was officially released to the market in July 2020 with an initial price of $9.4. It didn’t have much value until 2021 when it suddenly reached $195.9. It was great news for ELDG owners because their investment was highly profitable in less than a year. This token had many ups and downs in 2021. It could even set a record for the highest price for the second time in one year at a value of $490. It sounded like ELDG would have more surprises on the way. But that didn’t happen, and ELDG ended the year with a price of $24.5. This coin also didn’t have a great year in 2022 because it started to drop until it reached $33 at the end of the year.
The good days of the ELDG coin sound surprising to everyone because that’s how beneficial they like their investment to be. However, no one can ensure that their investment will be profitable because of the risky world of the cryptocurrency market. But it is recommended to check ELDG price forecasts to see the probable future of this token. However, you should still know that predictions are not guaranteed. They are just some probabilities based on the coin's analysis. Crypto experts and analysts have predicted growth in this token’s future. They believe that the ELDG price might reach $255 by 2028 and if everything goes well, it could rise to $340 by 2030.
What is ELROND ?
Elrond is a decentralized blockchain network launched in 2017. The main idea behind founding this network was to increase the sustainability of the blockchain. Therefore, Elrons is one of the most successful examples of an energy-efficient blockchain network. It has implemented a technology to improve the speed of block verification and information processing. Furthermore, one thing that distinguishes this network from similar ones is the support of smart contracts and decentralized apps, which are very popular these days.
For more updates about Elrond, check out Multiverse official website.
Is ELROND legal to buy in Norway?
Yes. According to the Norwegian Government’s strategy document for cooperation with the EU, the government states that the usage of blockchain technology is an area of importance for Norway and that the government is working to ensure secure storage and use of digital personal data. Also, in a recent report by the Central Bank of Norway, it was stated that the development of digital currencies may help to give crypto assets a greater role in ordinary domestic and cross-border payments.
Is ELROND taxed in Norway
Yes. According to the Norwegian Tax Administration, cryptocurrencies in Norway are treated as assets and must be declared in yearly tax returns. Almost all of your crypto transactions are subject to tax in Norway. According to the above-mentioned tax regulation, if your crypto holdings are above NOK 1,500,000, they are subject to a wealth tax of 0.7%. Any gains on cryptocurrency transactions are also subject to a capital gains tax of 22%. For income earned in cryptocurrency, you have to pay an income tax of 22% as well as a bracketed tax. For more information on bracket tax see the guide by the Norwegian Tax Administration. As stated in the Norwegian crypto tax regulations, you can also claim a tax deduction for transaction costs linked to trading and income from virtual currency.
After you've bought ELROND in Norway
ELDG is a governance token. It means it is mainly used on its network to give power to its owners. ELDG holders can participate in different elections on this network. They can vote to change regulations or accept a new project. Therefore, somehow the ELDG owners can impact the future value of this token and its network because it is they who vote and suggest projects and have power on this network.
On the other hand, most people buy cryptocurrency because they seem so profitable. ELDG can be kept as an investment too. In the past, it has been shown several times that it could be a good investment. However, no one can guarantee the future of a cryptocurrency based on its past. Therefore, if you want to buy ELDG as an investment, we recommend you to read the news about this network, its investors, the projects it accepts, and the price predictions that the experts' analysis. In the end, if you are a beginner in this world, it is better to start with a limited amount of money to invest to avoid any loss.
Who can buy ELROND in Norway?
Anyone can easily buy cryptocurrency in Norway through cryptocurrency exchanges. There are different means of payment when it comes to purchasing crypto assets in Norway. The country provides payments through: Apple pay, Google pay, Credit Card, Debit Card, Bank Transfer and PayPal. But you must also consider if the exchange you choose supports these payment methods. Our exchange offers access to all these payment services while charging zero exchange fees for offering you secure and fast transactions.
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Frequently asked questions
You can buy ELDG from different exchanges. Blocktrade offers you zero processing fee, which makes it much more cost-effective to buy ELDG or other coins on this exchange. Furthermore, Blocktrade is a trusted exchange regulated in the EU.
Yes. According to the virtual currency taxation by the Norwegian Tax Administration, selling cryptocurrency will require you to declare capital gains tax whether it’s at a profit or loss. Note that it’s important to calculate the selling price in local currency at the time of sale.
Yes. According to the virtual currency taxation by the Norwegian Tax Administration, buying digital currency has no tax consequences at the time of purchase. You do not need to declare the costs attributable to the purchase until you sell, but when you sell your crypto asset, you must know how much you paid. As a result, you should keep documentation of the date of purchase, transaction costs, and market value as of the date of purchase.
The main structure of this platform was launched by the Mincu brothers and their friends. The major founders are Benjamin Mincu, a well-known blockchain engineer in Europe, and his brother Lucian Mincu who has experience in setting up complex technologies and infrastructures for the German government. This issue can easily determine his abilities.
It is estimated that 420,000 Norwegians, approximately 10 percent of the total population, own cryptocurrency.
The future of coins is not predictable. No one can tell you if ELDG will have a future or if it may lose on the way. But, since the network is trying its best to solve the problems of previous blockchains, it is possible that ELDG will still be in use in the future.