US Infrastructure Bill with Crypto Broker documentation clause gets Presidential approval

President Joe Biden on Monday inked his seal of approval on the $1 trillion infrastructure bill, ordering crypto brokers to report dealings under the current tax code.
  • This puts an end to months of debates between the US Senate, House of Representatives, crypto enthusiasts. But for many stakeholders within the crypto circle, there’s a feeling that the definition of “Crypto Broker” as contained in the bill is too vast.
  • As the bill requires, all digital asset commerce activities that exceed $1,000 must be reported to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
  • Back in August, a group of Senators, including Cynthia Lummis, suggested that the bill be amended to clarify the term, but Alabama-based Senator Richard Shelby rebuffed their proposal.
  • “We’ll be back on this because we’ll do a lot of damage. Who knows how much innovation we’re going to stifle. Who knows what kind of new apps never emerge.” Pat Toomey, one of the senators behind the amendment proposal, said afterward.
  • For the umpteenth time, senator Cynthia Lummis and some of her colleagues are seeking to beat down the spectrum of the word “Crypto Broker” as contained in the infrastructure bill, but that’s a long shot.

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