Presidential, parliamentary nominees posts to be obliged to declare cryptocurrency deals
MOSCOW, March 1 (RAPSI) - The Government Law-Making Commission has considered an initiative on the obligatory declaring of cryptocurrency dealings for presidential nominees, parliamentary and governor candidates, Chair of the Association of Russian Lawyers Vladimir Gruzdev has told RAPSI.
According to the bill, the said nominees will be obliged to declare not only property and other assets but also dealings on the purchase of digital financial assets and cryptocurrency committed by the candidates themselves, their spouses and children.
In early 2020, the Law on digital financial assets and cryptocurrency took effect, Gruzdev reminded. The legislation sets legal status financial assets and cryptocurrency, order of their circulation and transactions with them.