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European Union member states such as Slovakia are free to set their own tax rules for crypto, offering a way to boost crypto popularity. Tax breaks offered in Portugal formed a major part of the country’s attractiveness to the sector, though ministers announced a U-turn on that favorable treatment last year.
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