The tax office knows if you have cryptocurrencies. Here’s how you’ll be taxed on your dogecoin if you actually make a capital gain this financial year.
- Lucy Dean
New Zealand’s central bank delivered its third consecutive half a percentage point rate rise, and signalled it will continue to tighten policy “at pace”.
- Alex Gluyas
How a TikTok influencer and an Elijah Wood-lookalike pulled off the heist of the year - and how it all unravelled.
- Zeke Faux
Blockchain-traded funds, also known as tokenised or on-chain funds, could be rolled out as early as the end of the second quarter of 2023.
- Chris Flood
The crypto crash (and preceding bubble) shows that bitcoin, ether and the rest are objects of speculation rather than stores of value.
- Martin Wolf
The median forecaster in The Australian Financial Review’s quarterly survey expects the currency to appreciate to US72¢ by the end of this year and US74¢ by June 2023.
- Vesna Poljak
- Monetary policy
The cat’s out of the bag. A worst-case scenario has unfolded, and central bankers are scrambling for policy reversals that will forever taint their credibility.
- Vimal Gor
The city-state’s fintech policy chief questioned the value of private digital currencies and said a state-backed alternative could be launched within years.
- Oliver Telling
Bitcoin resumed a fall on Wednesday, moving in tandem with stocks. Bears who reckon the meltdown isn’t done yet are getting a new tool to bet on the declines.
- Joanna Ossinger and Katie Greifeld
The ban suggests prosecutors are stepping up their investigation into the TerraUSD stablecoin’s collapse.
- Sangmi Cha
As cryptocurrencies have plunged, attention has focused on a potential point of vulnerability: the market’s reliance on a so-called stablecoin called Tether.
- David Yaffe-Bellany
The Australian dollar may remain under pressure on fears that central banks’ aggressive tightening to rein in inflation will tip the world into recession.
- Cecile Lefort
Miners are throwing all available processing power to make more new coins and maximise cash flows.
- The Lex
The cryptocurrency tumbled up to 5 per cent to $US17,599 on Saturday, marking a record-breaking 12th consecutive daily decline.
- David Pan and Joanna Ossinger
The pullback mirrors a broader decline across global financial markets but has been more severe in the most speculative asset classes at a time when central banks are backing away from stimulus.
- Scott Chipolina, Joshua Oliver and Madison Darbyshire
The Nasdaq-listed exchange said it would cut 1100 employees as it grappled with a slowdown in trading that has forced it to abandon its growth plans.
- Scott Chipolina
New offerings aim to entice institutional investors to cryptocurrency investments against the backdrop of sharp declines in the value of popular digital tokens.
- Richard Henderson
Government bond yields flew higher and equities sold off heavily on Tuesday after the Reserve Bank surprised investors with the largest cash rate rise in more than two decades.
- Cecile Lefort
Celebrities and other public figures flaunted their plans to receive pay in crypto. But the value of leading coins has plummeted this year, leaving those payments worth less in dollar terms.
- Madison Darbyshire, Joshua Chaffin and Joshua Oliver