韓国政府は4歳のビットコイン犯罪運搬から$ 10.5Mの利益を上げていません

South Korean prosecutors have finally sold a Bitcoin (BTC) haul they confiscated from a criminal in 2017 そしてそれは価値があります $10.5 million more than it was at the time of the arrest. The cash has reportedly been deposited in the coffers of the country’s national treasury.

According to reports coming out of the Suwon District Prosecutors Office, this is the first time confiscated Bitcoin has been sold by authorities, and the first time the coins in question have moved since being put into cold storage in 2017.

Originally worth $238,000 at the time of the confiscation, the coins were recently sold for a sum of $10.8 百万, マーキング 4,400% increase in value in four years. Based on that percentage growth, we can assume that Bitcoin was priced at around $1,300 when the arrest was made, close to April 2017.

With no specific cryptocurrency laws or regulations in place at the time, authorities left the coins in cold storage. 3月下旬に, 韓国政府は初めて広範な暗号固有の法律を制定しました, 取引所と仮想資産サービスプロバイダーに、実名の取引口座を使用し、韓国の金融インテリジェンスユニットにその活動を報告するように圧力をかける. Prosecutors reportedly sold the coins as soon as the laws were put into place on March 25.

South Korea’s determination to regulate the cryptocurrency space stems from revelations regarding crypto’s use by tax evaders, and the evergreen concerns surrounding money-laundering. 1月に 2022, new laws will come into force that levy a 20% capital gains tax on profits made from cryptocurrency trading.

The National Tax Service of South Korea claimed the number of cryptocurrency investors rose 25% 過去1年間, 結果として 800% increase to overall trade volume.

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