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Read our Crypto UK Tax Guide
A detailed insight into crypto tax written by UK accountants
- How is cryptocurrency taxed in the UK?
The main taxes that apply to cryptocurrency gains or losses in the UK are Capital Gains Tax (CGT) and Income Tax. For the large majority of cryptocurrency users, CGT is the applicable tax.
- What's a disposal?
A disposal is the relinquishing of ownership of an asset during a transaction. HMRC have stated that selling crypto for fiat, trading one cryptoasset for another cryptoasset, gifting crypto and making purchases with crypto are taxable disposals. Disposals can generate gains and losses.
- What is an acquisition?
An acquisition is receiving of ownership of an asset during a transaction. For example, buying BTC is an acquisition, since you now own BTC.
- How much tax do you pay on crypto in the UK?
In the UK, you'll pay tax at a rate of 10% or 20% on capital gains that exceed the annual allowance. For crypto income you'll pay between 20% to 45% depending on your overall income.
- Can HMRC track my crypto?
Crypto is pseudonymous but transactions are visible on the ledger so HMRC may be able to track and trace your activity.
- Do exchanges report user information to HMRC?
Some crypto exchanges have been required to disclose user information to HMRC upon request.