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Libson Makes its Mark on Crypto

The blockchain sector is booming and Lisbon is emerging as a hub for this innovative industry. With a thriving startup scene and supportive government policies, the city is attracting blockchain businesses worldwide. With its strong ecosystem of blockchain businesses, the city is well on its way to becoming a major player in the global blockchain market.

Portugal, arguably one of the continent's most Bitcoin-friendly countries, has no specific crypto regulations, allowing businesses and individuals to transact cryptocurrency based on personal preference.

As a result, many have dubbed Portugal a "crypto tax haven," with both individuals and businesses taking advantage of the opportunity.

Thanks to its lack of crypto taxes, the city is attracting a growing number of digital nomads and entrepreneurs who are looking to set up shop in the EEA. In addition, a number of major conferences such as Nearcon and meetups are being held in Lisbon, drawing even more attention to the city's burgeoning crypto scene.

How long will Lisbon remain Europe’s crypto tax haven?

In the wake of Brexit, the small European country of Portugal has been thrust into the spotlight as a potential tax haven for crypto businesses. With its low corporate tax rates and relaxed regulations.

Given the volatile and unregulated nature of cryptocurrency, it is possible that Lisbon will eventually crack down on crypto businesses in order to protect its own economy

It remains to be seen how long Lisbon will remain such a friendly environment for cryptocurrency businesses. The city's tax rules are currently quite favorable, but that could change if the government decides to crack down on the industry. Additionally, other cities in Europe are beginning to catch up to Lisbon in terms of their crypto-friendliness, so it's possible that the city could lose its edge in the coming years.

For the time being, Lisbon is poised to become a leading center for blockchain innovation.

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