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The days when people used to be incessantly scared of digital assets are pretty much over, and everyone is becoming more accepting of them. There are countries that still don’t regulate or even allow digital assets. Japan recognized cryptocurrencies as legal tender in 2017 and established tax guidelines for both current and prospective investors. Singapore is one of the most popular cities in Australia, with a solid political stability level and progressive tax policies. Zug, a Canton of Switzerland, got the moniker “Crypto Valley” when it passed various progressive crypto laws for businesses and investors.