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Block Climbing podcast: Yes crypto tax is a thing in Australia (and it sucks)

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This week Tegan and Tim break down how crypto tax works in Australia, absolutely without giving financial advice. They also look at Satoshi Island and ApeCoin.

Crypto tax sure is a real thing in Australia. So in this episode Tegan and Tim take the time to explore its complexities, especially the parts that seem to be contradictions.

So if you're someone that has or is thinking about buying cryptocurrency in Australia, you might want to have a listen so you know what to look out for.

Meanwhile, Yuga Labs (the team behind Bored Ape Yacht Club) creates a new utility token called ApeCoin and a Satoshi Island in Vanuatu is being positioned as a crypto paradise in the making.

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