Japan's government has eliminated the tax on unrealized gains from corporate-held crypto assets. This change was approved as part of the fiscal 2024 tax reform and aligns the tax treatment of corporations with that of individual investors. Under the new policy, corporations will only be taxed on realized profits from the sale of their crypto assets. The Japanese Crypto Asset Business Association has been advocating for these changes, which also include introducing specific tax rates and deductions for crypto asset transactions. This development contrasts with the ongoing Moore v. U.S. Supreme Court case in the U.S., which debates whether unrealized gains should be subject to tax. The final decision in the case is still pending.
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