Tag: Company formation

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May

Why is it worth starting your own business in Poland?

In a sense, having your own company in Poland is prestige. You do what you want, earn as much as you want, organize your business. There are really many advantages of having your own business. Why start your own business and why it is worth to work for your private success …Continue Reading..

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Remote work: Many people will not return to the office.

A revolution is coming along with the pandemic. In just a few weeks, companies had to change their approach to the performance of employees’ official duties. Remote work has become a necessity. And a necessity that many people, who have been used to work in the office so far, may like it for longer.Continue Reading..

05
Sep

How long does it take to obtain a cryptocurrency license in Estonia? The types of the licenses.

After registering the company with the Commercial Register and with the VAT authorities we can choose between two types of cryptocurrency licenses which can be obtained by cryptocurrency companies in Estonia.

The first type is the cryptocurrency exchange service provider license. It allows the companies to provide exchange services to those who want to trade cryptocurrencies against money or against other cryptocurrencies.

The second license – the cryptocurrency wallet service provider is suitable for companies which would like to offer e-wallets or virtual token wallets.

The entrepreneurs who would like to obtain such licenses need to wait for about 14-30 days after the application, for the response of the Financial Intelligence Unit in Estonia. Until the license is granted, the company is not allowed to start the activity. After receiving the license the company is obliged to start the activity within 6 months.

Some activities related to cryptocurrencies, for example popular digital token mining may be conducted without the license as long as the company does not trade them.

If you would like to start business in Estonia, please contact our specialized team. You will receive all the answers to your bothering questions and we will clarify all ambiguities regarding this topic.

23
Aug

VAT changes are coming again.

On January 1, 2020, subsequent amendments to VAT will enter into force. This time they are caused by changes in European law. They concern the so-called intra-Community transactions.

The taxation system for these transactions, which has been in force since 1993, is temporary and is difficult to use for businesses at all times, prone to scams and fraud.

For now, the EU is proposing four ad hoc solutions:

– harmonization of provisions on the storage of goods (consignment warehouses),

– simplification of chain transactions, the intermediary arranging the transport will be able to decide which of the transactions is intra-Community,

– changes in the meaning of summary information provided to tax authorities, – simplification in the required documentation of intra-Community transactions.

– simplification in the required documentation of intra-Community transactions.

24
Jul

Blockchain

Blockchain technology is used to store and send information about transactions concluded on the internet. These transactions are arranged in consecutive blocks of data. Each block contains information about a specific number of transactions.

After filling it with transaction information, another data block is created, followed by the next and next block. This creates a kind of chain (hence the name: blockchain is a block chain). A new block appears on average every 10 minutes. It may contain information about various transactions, e.g. commercial transactions, ownership status, shares, shares, electricity generation and the purchase or sale of currencies, including cryptocurrencies – electronic currencies.

The essence of blockchain is to maintain a joint and collective transaction accounting book, in digital form, scattered throughout the network, in the same copies. This book is a collection of all transactions carried out at the moment in blockchain. This technology is based on peer-to-peer networks without central computers, transaction management and verification systems. Any computer on the network can participate in transaction transmission and authentication. In the case of blockchain, these will be blocks within the transaction book. The book is open to everyone, but fully secured by complicated cryptographic tools against unauthorized access.

Thanks to this entry, transactions are public, available to everyone, but visible only under the user’s access rights. Their entire history, from the beginning of blockchain existence to today, can be reviewed and verified.

Currently, blockchain can be used to handle various transactions, but work is underway to use the block chain as an accounting book in banking, a document authentication system, a digital signature in state administration and a notary record. All these transactions can take place outside the system that has been functioning for centuries – without the participation of public trust institutions, directly between the parties to the transaction. You can store any type of transaction in blockchain data blocks. One of the applications is the cryptocurrencies mentioned for example Bitcoin.