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Tezos has introduced itself as the first self-correcting platform among digital currencies. The Tezos smart contract platform is similar to Ethereum and allows the creation of decentralized applications, except that it uses a proof-of-stake consensus algorithm. In July 2017, Tezos was able to attract about 232 million dollars in initial coin offering (ICO), which made Tezos the second digital currency in the world of cryptocurrencies. The fame and popularity of Tezos digital currency made large companies such as PolyChain Capital show interest in investing in the native token of Tezos (XTZ). Finally, on June 30, 2018, the first test net of Tezos was released.
Participants or shareholders in the Tezos blockchain, can vote on the changes they want to achieve through a collective consensus on the proposed plans. Smart contracts can always be created using the Tezos platform. Through smart contracts, there will be no manipulations by a third party. In addition, Tezos is a platform to improve the safety of secure contracts, which means if this technology is widely used in the future, any costly and controversial bugs can be totally avoided.
What is Tezos ?
Tezos coin is the native token of Tezos blockchain. Tezos digital currency is known in the digital currency market with its own symbol XTZ. The symbol XTZ is generally used on exchanges in order to address Tezos currency.
Learn more on Tezos official website.
Is Tezos legal to buy in South Korea?
Yes, cryptocurrency is legal to buy in South Korea. The South Korean government has taken a
cautious but supportive approach to the development of the cryptocurrency industry, and has
implemented a number of regulations to promote the growth of the sector while protecting
consumers and investors. The legality of trading cryptocurrency in South Korea is governed by
the Virtual Currency Act. The mentioned act defines virtual currency as a type of electronic
asset that can be used as a medium of exchange, but does not have legal tender status.
According to the same act, in South Korea, individuals and businesses can legally buy, sell,
trade, and hold cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others. However, the use of
cryptocurrency as a means of payment for goods and services is still limited.
It is important to keep up to date with the latest developments and regulations in the
cryptocurrency sector in South Korea, as the legal and regulatory framework for cryptocurrency
may change over time.
Is Tezos taxed in South Korea
Yes. According to the the Virtual Currency Act, in South Korea, cryptocurrency is taxed as
income under the Income Tax Act and the Corporate Tax Act. According to these laws, profits
derived from the sale or exchange of cryptocurrency are considered taxable income and are
subject to both personal income tax and corporate income tax. The tax treatment of
cryptocurrency in South Korea depends on the individual's or company's status and the purpose
of the transaction. For individuals, cryptocurrency gains are taxed at a flat rate of 20% for short-
term gains (held for one year or less) and a graduated rate for long-term gains (held for more
than one year). For companies, cryptocurrency gains are subject to corporate income tax at the
standard corporate tax rate.
It is important to note that individuals and companies are responsible for reporting their
cryptocurrency-related income on their tax returns. Failure to accurately report and pay taxes on
cryptocurrency-related income can result in penalties and fines. Also, the regulation and
taxation of cryptocurrency in South Korea is subject to change, and it is advisable to stay
informed of the latest developments and seek professional advice on tax matters related to
After you've bought Tezos in South Korea
The XTZ cryptocurrency can be used for holding, spending, sending, and baking (means signing and publishing blocks to the Tezos blockchain). It is essential to the up-keep and operation of the Tezos network. Users can vote on network upgrades by owning and baking XTZ, and each vote is based on the quantity of XTZ they bake.
XTZ is mainly used to interact with dApps, pay for fees, and secure the network. If the Tezos platform develops further, there will be more demand which may put XTZ in the position of a profitable event for investments as well.
Who can buy Tezos in South Korea?
In South Korea, any individual or entity, including residents and non-residents, can buy
cryptocurrency as long as they have a valid bank account and comply with the applicable laws
and regulations. There are no restrictions on who can buy cryptocurrency in South Korea, and
anyone with the necessary resources and knowledge can participate in the market. The best
way to buy cryptocurrency in South Korea depends on your specific needs and preferences but
the most common way to buy cryptocurrency in South Korea is through a cryptocurrency
exchange. Our platform allows you to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrency using Euros. In
addition, our exchange is a trustworthy and safe choice for buying cryptocurrency in South
Korea. It operates within the law and offers a range of convenient payment options, including
Apple Pay, Google Pay, credit card, debit card, bank transfer, and PayPal, without any
transaction fees to keep costs low.
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Frequently asked questions
Tezos has the characteristic of self-amendment. This is important because it can prevent society from becoming fragmented, stakeholder motivations changing, and network disruption over time. Due to the self-amendment feature of Tezos, the costs of updating its protocol and implementing innovations in the future are reduced. This can increase the further growth and development of this digital currency in the future and at the same time, it has attracted the attention of many people currently.
In South Korea, the reporting of cryptocurrency tax is governed by the Income Tax Act and the
Corporate Tax Act. According to these laws, individuals and entities must report any gains or
profits from the sale or exchange of cryptocurrency as taxable income. To report cryptocurrency
tax in South Korea, individuals and entities must maintain accurate records of all cryptocurrency
transactions, including the date, amount, and type of cryptocurrency, as well as the price at the
time of the transaction. Then, calculate the gains or losses from each cryptocurrency transaction
by subtracting the cost of the cryptocurrency from the sales price and report any gains or profits
from the sale or exchange of cryptocurrency as taxable income.
Yes, you can cash out your cryptocurrency assets in South Korea by selling them for fiat
currency and then withdrawing the funds to your bank account or other payment methods. This
can be done through our cryptocurrency exchange.
There is no established minimum amount assigned for purchasing Tezos. Through our exchange, you can begin buying Tezos for a minimum of $10 using the payment method of your choice. The transaction will be processed and added to your collection of cryptocurrency assets.
South Korea is widely considered to be one of the largest and most active cryptocurrency
markets in the world, with a large number of individuals and entities owning and trading
cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. According to a survey conducted by the Bank
of Korea in 2019, around 5% of the population in South Korea owned cryptocurrency, while a
more recent survey conducted in 2021 found that the number had increased to around 7%. This
suggests that the ownership of cryptocurrency assets in South Korea is growing, as more
people become interested in and invest in the digital currency market.
In order to keep your Tezos investment secure, you can either use cold storage wallets, which are typically encrypted devices that store Tezos users’ assets offline and add an extra layer of security against the constantly changing risks associated with being online. Or, you could keep your XTZ cryptocurrency tokens in online wallets. Additionally, you can use the wallet provided by our exchange, which makes trading Tezos much simpler because it can quickly connect to a number of protocols.