The opacity of the blockchain can lead to fraudulent practices, which can not serve as an excuse to discredit the technology used, the investment in cryptocurrencies or their use as a means of payment, no matter how much the tax authorities of the different States or some financial entities try to demonize their trading and use.
The Tax Agency (AEAT) will put the magnifying glass to fight against fraud where it sees that actions are necessary to detect irregularities and redirect the bad behaviors of the taxpayers. That’s how explicit many tax advisors are, who see no problem in working on the new scenarios posed by transactions with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as long as they fit the existing tax logic.
Consequently, it is important to analyze the taxation of cryptocurrencies and their accounting. Taxation for entrepreneurs (individuals or legal entities), miners and intermediaries. Cryptocurrency trading and the 720. The ICO and crowdfunding. Analysis of other taxes on donations or inheritance and Property Tax.
To discuss all this, we gathered in a single panel of speakers three great tax experts:
Abel García Rodríguez from Life Abogados
Ruben Lake Rosendo by Baker McKenzie
Jordi Guarch Recaj of Roca Junyent

When: Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Auditorium of the Círculo Ecuestre Barcelona – Balmes, 169 Bis
08006 Barcelona. The AUDITORIUM room is accessed by taking the elevator at the end of the entrance on the right, end of the corridor, Basement 1.
More information: Tel .: +34 934 156 000 / [email protected]
Main sponsor: GD & A Investment Brokers, GD Real Estate Brokers
Sponsors: Life Lawyers, Baker McKenzie, Roca Junyent
Co-sponsor: CROAT