Less than 1% of investors worldwide who buy cryptocurrencies pay taxes. cipher Investing, even though it is required by law. Her tech company, Divly, lets you manage your cryptocurrency filings with just a few clicks. The company currently US$400,000 in a funding round.
Helsinki, Finland and Stockholm in Sweden, March 6, 2023 Less than 1% of /PRNewswire/ — Cryptocurrency Investors may have declared Cryptocurrency to the tax authorities in 2022.
“We think there is a big problem with declaring cipher We are confident that our product will make it easier for you. Determining what needs to be declared for each transaction can be tedious and time consuming. If you’re not an accountant, tax accountant, or programmer and you have a lot of transactions, chances are you’re not doing this manually yourself,” says Divly founder Carl Gärdsell.
Investors include DHS Venture Partners, Greens Ventures and YEoS Ventures.ever since March 2022Divly has partnered with Finland’s largest cryptocurrency service provider, Coinmotion, and the largest, Safello. cipher broker Sweden, with about 300,000 users. Divly also started collaborating with several international players last year, including BYDFi and his Coingecko.
of cipher It was a turbulent year for the market. Nevertheless, Divly continues to grow as it has expanded its services internationally to all Nordic countries. Netherlands, Japanand GermanyBut above all is simplicity and the desire to create. cipher Tax returns accessible to all investors who have driven Divly’s growth. With a recent successful funding round, Divly is poised to continue growing and expand its reach to more investors around the world.
With the introduction of MiCA and the proposal of DAC8, Cryptocurrency Rules. As a result, the authorities will raise awareness of cryptocurrencies. One of the main requirements of the new regulation is that Cryptocurrency Exchanges with users in the European Union are required to share customer information with tax authorities. January 2026.
“The procedures and processes for authorities to deal with tax issues will become increasingly important. Transactions on the blockchain are pseudonymous, not anonymous. It means you can quickly see the situation where you need to start.I think most people want to do the right thing but don’t know how to do it.It’s easy to do the right thing We should be able to do that,” says Carl Gärdsell.
Split It is a service that simplifies tax filing in Japan. cipher Market and was founded in June 2021 with Carl Gardsell Reuben LaneFor more information about Divly, please visit https://divly.com/.
Yuri LempersInternational Expansion Manager, Divly
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