The country has 4.45 million registered crypto investors, according to Bappebti.
The Indonesian Commodity Futures Trade Regulatory Agency (Bappebti) is reportedly planning to impose a crypto transaction tax amid the growing popularity of digital currencies this bull season. The regulatory body is planning to impose a type of final income tax (PPh Final) that would be levied by all 13 cryptocurrency exchanges registered with the regulatory The post Indonesian Regulators Planning For a 'Crypto-Tax'...
The Indonesian government is planning to launch a state-backed cryptocurrency exchange. The information was announced on March 25, 2021, and it would make it easier for people to […]
The country is now home to at least 322 fintech companies across a number of different subsectors.