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A couple of weeks ago, Argentine gamers received terrible news when the Central Bank announced new measures on the dollar, adding to the existing 30% as PAÍS Tax, a 45% resulting in a new tax burden of 75%.
You can read: Argentines must pay a 75% tax to buy in STEAM and other digital stores
And now, the bad news arrives -again- for cryptocurrency investors in that country, since the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic announced that those who bought cryptocurrencies during the last 90 days will not be able to access the “savings dollar”.
This type of dollar, also known as “savings dollar” is the one that Argentine private banks have available for smaller savers. This has a value based on the official price plus a series of taxes established by the Government: 30% of the Tax for an Inclusive and Solidarity Argentina (PAIS) and 45% of Income Tax. In addition, it has a monthly limit of 200 dollars.
The announcement comes among a series of other measures to stop the soaring of the dollar in that country, among which it restricts the purchase of foreign currencies for people who have bought cryptocurrencies during the last 90 days.
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