A bill defining crypto assets as securities and featuring the capital gains tax on them made it through the Parliamentary Committee. It will be introduced to the lower chamber of Parliament as a next step.
As the Kenyan newspaper Business Daily reported on Dec. 4, the Capital Markets (Amendment) Bill, 2023, has been approved by the National Assembly’s Finance and National Planning Committee. The report cites the Chairman of the Committee, Kimani Kuria:
“This is a very critical law that will guard our country against proceeds of crime and terrorism financing. Cryptocurrencies are already being traded by millions of Kenyans yet we have no law to govern it. We approve this Bill for… Read more on Cointelegraph