Countries Comparison

Parameters
of 6 countries

GDP

$0

Population

0

GDP per capital

$0

Last Updated: 31 October, 2022

India

  • Orange
Last Updated: 1 November, 2022

Mexico

  • Yellow
Last Updated: 1 November, 2022

Argentina

There is no Banking Data
Last Updated: 1 November, 2022

Brazil

There is no Banking Data
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Norway

General Adoption: More and more Norwegians are trading and using crypto, as very recently in June declared the Norway Finance Minister about the blooming of Bitcoin.
Last Updated: 31 October, 2022

Singapore

General Adoption: High
Last Updated: 31 October, 2022

Japan

Japan was the first country in the world to have enacted a law defining “Crypto Asset” as a legal term, and requires an entity to register as a “Crypto Asset Exchange Service Provider” in order to provide Crypto Asset Exchange Services to residents in Japan. Regarding NFT, the legal status of these tokens is still unclear.
Last Updated: 1 November, 2022

Saudi Arabia

Consumers can legally trade with cryptocurrencies in Saudi Arabia. There are currently no regulations specifically governing cryptocurrencies in Saudi Arabia. The Ministry of Finance in Saudi Arabia had previously warned against the use of cryptocurrencies in Saudi Arabia since they are not recognized and not within the regulatory framework of any of the financial entities in the Kingdom.
Last Updated: 1 November, 2022

Brazil

The Brazilian government is trying to pass a bill about Cryptocurrency. The bill would force virtual asset service providers to follow rules of communication of financial transactions, with identification of customers and recordkeeping. The bill would also increase the penalty for money laundering crimes using virtual currencies. Brazilian tax laws do not provide for specific provisions regarding cryptocurrencies. Taxation follows general applicable rules to movable goods.
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

The Brazilian government is trying to pass a bill about Cryptocurrency. The bill would force virtual asset service providers to follow rules of communication of financial transactions, with identification of customers and recordkeeping. The bill would also increase the penalty for money laundering crimes using virtual currencies. Brazilian tax laws do not provide for specific provisions regarding cryptocurrencies. Taxation follows general applicable rules to movable goods.
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

There is no Trading Methods Data
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

There is no Trading Methods Data
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

eToro, CoinMama, bitpanda, CEXio among the traditional Binance and Crypto.com.
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

eToro, CoinMama, bitpanda, CEXio among the traditional Binance and Crypto.com.
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

RFB Normative Ruling No. 1,888/19 requires cryptoasset exchanges to disclose specific transaction data from its clients, including information such as parties involved in the negotiation of assets, related dates, addresses of the remittance and receiving wallets, amounts and fees involved. Parties engaging in sales must also file disclosure information if monthly amounts exceed the sum of BRL30,000 (USD5710.81 12/02/22).
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023

Brazil

RFB Normative Ruling No. 1,888/19 requires cryptoasset exchanges to disclose specific transaction data from its clients, including information such as parties involved in the negotiation of assets, related dates, addresses of the remittance and receiving wallets, amounts and fees involved. Parties engaging in sales must also file disclosure information if monthly amounts exceed the sum of BRL30,000 (USD5710.81 12/02/22).
Last Updated: 22 March, 2023