Charitable donors across the country are used to receiving a tax credit from Ottawa on donations made to any of Canada’s registered charities or other qualified organizations. Since 1930, Canadian taxpayers have received a tax credit of 15 per cent on the first $200 they donate, and 29 per cent for eligible amounts over $200. It’s a tradition that covers assets ranging from cash and securities to gifts of ecologically sensitive land. So, now that digital currency is becoming more prevalent, with more than five per cent of Canadians holding Bitcoin, according to the Bank of Canada, why don’t donors of digital assets receive the same treatment?
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