Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the President of Uzbekistan, has signed a decree on the growth and integration of blockchain technology, crypto assets, and crypto mining with the aim of streamlining the state administration system and proceeding digital economics in the country. He has signed a decree that states on measures for digital economics development in the Republic of Uzbekistan on July 3.
Moreover, the trade operations of legal things and individuals using cryptocurrency do not need taxation, and the income of related transactions is not in the database of compulsory taxes.
The document describes blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), supercomputers, and crypto-related activities as key development trends of digital economics globally. The verdict calls for the formation of conditions to introduce “digital economics” in Uzbekistan.
According to the National Project Management Agency (NAPU) the Government Ofice for Project Management and Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications are elected to project and implement a program on blockchain development from 2018-2020.
Starting from January 1, 2021, blockchain reportedly will be incorporated into the operation of governmental agencies for the commitments of confirming recognizing information, in systems of business management, and in clearing transactions. The decree even stated a limited tax regime on crypto assets.
In Gregorian calendar month, Uzbek declared it’ll publish its plans to control blockchain and cryptocurrency in September 2018, whereas a “Blockchain talent center” can begin operating in July. It can reportedly “[formulate] conditions for the employment of blockchain’s potential, increasing skilled ability and supporting native developers in its uptake.
The importance of the profile can be clarified in a way that the company is seeing blockchain projects at high priority.
The incorporated digital wallet will manage your finances effectively and securely. With help from the Russian National holding Transactions Coordination Center (IPChain) another Central Asian nation, Kyrgyzstan, free plans to digitalize out-and-out records and form a blockchain-based information for the State authority of Kirghizia (KyrgyzPatent), as revealed exclusively to Coin Telegraph.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]