The IRS has brought about a substantial transformation in the U.S. blockchain sector by implementing a fresh tax reporting law for “digital asset” trades, including crypto, starting from January 1, 2024.

In a bid to crack down on money laundering, individuals and businesses receiving $10,000 or more in digital assets must report the transaction (including names, addresses, SS numbers, etc.) to the IRS within 15 days.

Coin Center, a crypto policy advocate, highlights the new regulation’s profound implications, noting that non-compliance with this “new crypto tax reporting” will lead to felony charges, as emphasized by the company’s executive director, Jerry Brito:

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