At the hands of the National Tax Service (NTS), South Korean gaming company Wemade, which is well known for its blockchain gaming advocacy, has faced a huge tax search the equivalent of $41 million. This request is made with the intention of collecting taxes. An investigation into Wemade’s cryptocurrency operations conducted between 2019 and 2022 led to the discovery of this new information. Specifically, WEMIX tokens, which were distributed by Wemade Tree, which is a subsidiary of Wemade, were the main focus of the investigation.
The cryptocurrency A subsidiary of Wemade, known as Wemade Tree, will start releasing WEMIX tokens from January 2019 and will continue until 2022. This time period will cover from January 2019 to 2022. Specifically, this is the considered topic. The National Transportation Safety Administration (NTS) is now conducting an investigation into the matter and as a result the corporation is now being forced to accept a heavy tax liability. This financial setback, in stark contrast to earlier efforts by the business, such as the development of a $100 million Web3 fund in collaboration with Singapore-based Whampoa Group, is an example of how the corporation is working to improve its financial situation.
Although WEMIX coins were removed from Korean exchanges the previous year due to data issues, they staged a successful comeback in 2023 and re-entered the same platforms. This was despite the fact that they were delisted from Korean exchanges. A large increase of approximately 90 percent occurred in the value of the token when it was relisted, eventually reaching 3,000 Korean won, which is equivalent to approximately $2.31.
According to statements made by Wemade, the company plans to comply with the tax regulations that are currently in place. After admitting it would honor its commitment to pay the full amount by the prescribed date of February 29, 2024, the firm said it would do so. A representative of Wemade indicated that the company has made public its willingness to pay the tax liability in good faith. Wemade has made this communication public. The need for clearer company-friendly crypto tax regulations is brought to light by this remark.
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