Webinar looks at regulation and taxation of cryptoassets

The webinar will debate the main characteristics of this technology, regulatory challenges and the tax impacts of cryptoasset operations experienced by the public and private sectors.

The Taxation and New Technologies Research Group at the Professional Master’s Tax Law Center at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo Law School will hold a webinar on November 26, at 10 am, on FGV’s YouTube channel, about “Regulation and Taxation of Cryptoassets". The webinar will debate the main characteristics of this technology, regulatory challenges and the tax impacts of cryptoasset operations experienced by the public and private sectors.

The event’s panelists will be Courtnay Guimarães, the director of Avanade’s Digital Business Advisory Practice and blockchain head scientist, researcher and doctoral student at Cesar School; and Paloma Sevilha, the head of business at Bitrust Custody.

The debaters will be Dayana Uhdre, a Paraná state prosecutor and author of the book “Blockchain, Tokens and Cryptocurrencies: A Legal Analysis” (published by Almedina); Daniel de Paiva Gomes, the coordinator of the Cryptoasset Taxation Sub-Group, part of the Taxation and New Technologies Research Group at the Professional Master’s Tax Law Center at FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School and author of the book “Bitcoin: Taxing Cryptocurrencies” (published by Thomson Reuters / Revista dos Tribunais); and Juliana Facklmann, head of regulation and product design at 2TM.

The moderators will be Professor Tathiane Piscitelli, the coordinator of the Taxation and New Technologies Research Group at the Professional Master’s Tax Law Center at FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School; and Daniela Lara, the academic coordinator of the Taxation and New Technologies Research Group at the Professional Master’s Tax Law Center at FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School, who has a master’s in tax law from the same school.

To take part, please sign up here.

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