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A Portuguese shop selling products of Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi previously announced that it partnered with Utrust to unlock payments in five cryptocurre...
Xiaomi denies involvement in shop accepting Bitcoin in Portugal
Helen Partz
2021-08-06T08:43:00+01:00
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The platform reported the sales of all its fan tokens have generated more $150 million this year.
Portuguese national football team launches fan token with Socios
Turner Wright
2021-06-24T22:00:00+01:00
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Some Portuguese residents will reportedly be able to pay for electricity in Bitcoin starting from February.
Portuguese power company to accept Bitcoin for electricity bills
Helen Partz
2021-02-19T09:47:39+00:00
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Law enforcement representing 16 different countries cooperated to arrest 20 members of a global crypto-powered money laundering cartel in just one of the cases.
33 money laundering crypto criminals targeted worldwide in 3 separate cases
Samuel Haig
2020-10-16T04:27:00+01:00
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Follow up
Building on previous advantages for traders and miners, Portugal continues to establish a crypto haven with Technological Free Zones.
Portugal Chases Crypto-Friendly Status With New ‘Free Zones’ for Tech
António Madeira
2020-04-30T13:15:00+01:00
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Portugal unveils plans for cross-sector “technological free zones” to encourage experimentation in artificial intelligence, blockchain, 5G, nanotechnology and m...
Portugal Unveils ‘Free Zones’ for Emerging Technologies in Digital Action Plan
Marie Huillet
2020-04-24T11:06:00+01:00
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Analysis
Given the economic losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, can we expect governments to be more vigilant in taxing cryptocurrency this year?
The Tax Man Cometh — Who Will Pay for the COVID-19 Stimulus?
Andrew Singer
2020-04-11T17:05:00+01:00
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With zero taxes for crypto traders and miners, Portugal could become a Bitcoin tax haven. Cointelegraph takes a deeper look at crypto tax regulation in the coun...
No Tax for You: Why Crypto Traders and Miners Might Head to Portugal
António Madeira
2020-03-28T12:41:00+00:00
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