Goobit offers tax return tools for crypto transactions via partners


Goobit Group AB (publ)'s subsidiary, Goobit AB, has partnered with Divly, Monetax and DLT Accounting to offer tax return tools and services for crypto transactions, thereby making the tax reporting process simpler for its customers. These collaborations mean that all customers, regardless of how complex tax return they have, will easily be able to declare their crypto transactions and generate a K4 form.

"We want to give our customers a helping hand during the tax return period. It can be tricky to get it right with crypto and these collaborations simplify the process. Collaborations like this also align with Goobit's commitment to enable both individuals and authorities to do the right thing", says Christian Ander, CEO and founder of Goobit Group.

“We are proud of our collaboration with Goobit, which amplifies our efforts to make crypto taxes easy. This partnership provides Swedish investors with top-notch solutions, ensuring they can focus on their investment strategies while remaining compliant”, says Carl Gärdselll, CEO and co–founder at Divly

For further information, please contact:
Christian Ander, VD, Goobit Group AB

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About BTCX / Goobit Group
Goobit AB was registered in 2012, is one of the world's first, and Sweden's leading crypto exchange companies. The company offers exchange services from SEK and EUR to the virtual currency’s Bitcoin and Ether, and has so far exchanged over 2.0 billion SEK. The company's best-known brands are BTCX Express and Standard BTCX. In addition to exchange, the company also offers services in anti-money laundering (AML), through AML Desk, and compliance for virtual currencies and digital assets. Goobit Group AB (publ) was registered in 2013 and includes the fully owned subsidiaries Goobit AB, Goobit Blocktech AB and Goobit Exchange AB. Goobit AB services are aimed at private individuals, corporate customers and financial institutions.

For more information, see Goobit's website

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