New Ukrainian law requires citizens to disclose how much cryptocurrency they own

According to the latest amendment in the existing anti-corruption law in Ukraine, citizens are required to disclose how much cryptocurrency they own. The law would come into effect from next year. Corruption Prevention Law would also require to disclose how much cryptocurrency one's family owns including minors.

The new amendment to Ukraine’s Corruption Prevention Law would require citizens to disclose how much cryptocurrency they own. The law also requires to report the amount of cryptocurrency owned by one’s close relatives. Corruption Prevention Law was introduced in 2009 and adopted in 2014 in order to crack down corruption in the country.

The amendment has left citizens confused.

The law would come into effect from the very first day of the next year. This law has left the citizens of Ukraine puzzled, as there is no definition of cryptocurrency in the legal framework of the country. The latest amendment to the Corruption Prevention Law has changed the definition of “close relatives” that are covered by the law. Even minors in the family need to be documented on the income tax form, even if they are not part of the same household.

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Jai Pratap
Jai Pratap
A Mass Media Graduate who loves to write. Jai is also a sports enthusiast and a big movie buff. He loves to learn new things.

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