Virtual Economic Reality: Swiss Town Taking Bitcoin for Public Services

Australian businessman Craig Wright on May 2, 2016 identified himself as a creator of Bitcoin, following years of conjecture about who invented a pioneering digital currencyThe Town Council of Zug in Switzerland announced May 3 that a residents will be authorised to use Bitcoin to pay for municipality services as part of a hearing run.

Zug residents will be authorised to use up to 200 Francs value of Bitcoin for different services.

The route will continue through 2016 before the city legislature conducts an research to gage a cost and advantages of the measure. That research will establish either a module continues.

Sometimes referred to as “Crypto Valley,” Zug is famous for its flourishing fintech industry.  

“Our idea is to meet their [fintech entrepreneurs] needs for optimal growth in our abounding mercantile environment,” pronounced Mayor Dolfi Müller.

BitcoinConveniently for Bitcoin, Zug happens to be in a nation famous for its business accessible sourroundings and messy taxation laws. According to Bitcoin.com, Zug boasts one of the lowest taxation rates in the world.

Xapo, one of the world’s largest Bitcoin wallets, changed their domicile to Switzerland final year.

“This multiple of a hands-off proceed by the supervision and vast tax



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