Crypto Regulations: What the Infrastructure Bill Means for Your Business?

AccessTimeIconMar 21, 2022 at 5:54 p.m. UTC
Updated Mar 22, 2022 at 10:24 p.m. UTC

The cryptocurrency tax provision in the US Infrastructure Bill has dramatic implications for millions of SMBs, enterprise businesses, hedge funds, and any institution that’s incorporated digital assets into their investment portfolio.

Join TaxBit’s Erin Fennimore, Deloitte’s Rob Massey, and Invariant's Quincy Enoch to obtain an overview of the Infrastructure Bill’s immediate and far-reaching effects on the crypto space and enterprise institutions.

Join the conversation (insert reg link) to learn more about the following:

- What is in the Infrastructure Bill?

- How does the Infrastructure Bill change the definition of a broker?

- What is the potential impact of the Infrastructure Bill on information reporting?

- How can crypto exchanges institute the appropriate operational changes?

- How will the Infrastructure Bill impact any company holding crypto and other digital assets on its books?

- What changes should your company be making right now to prepare for 2023?


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