As Stooq.pl reported the Ministry of Finance of the country decided that it is necessary to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the new market, and only then to form a quality policy of tax regulation regarding cryptocurrency investors.
Earlier, the authorities of the country attributed transactions in cryptocurrency to the transfer of property rights and introduced two options for income tax: 18% or 32%. Plus fees of 1% according to civil agreements.
This approach is not satisfied many investors who demanded to abandon any taxation. There was even a special petition for Change.org.
Officials were forced to agree that the existing system will actually lead to the ruin of investors, for many of whom taxes are more than starting investments.
Earlier, the Polish authorities invested $ 27,000 in an anti-currency information campaign. It became known that the Polish authorities have spent almost 100 thousand zlotys (~$27 000) to Finance a propaganda campaign against cryptocurrencies, since the end of last year unfolded in YouTube and social networks.