Israel Tax Authority Decides NFTs are Taxable Assets | Bernard Brode

The Israel Tax Authority has released a notice stating that non-fungible tokens are taxable assets. Learn more about this decision and what it means for the future of blockchain taxation.

NFTs Defined

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are unique digital assets and cannot be replaced. They are often used to represent items such as art, collectibles, game items, and other digital assets.

Non-fungible means that each NFT is unique and not interchangeable with another NFT. In contrast, fungible assets like money or commodities can be easily exchanged for one another because they are all of equal value.

NFTs are stored on a blockchain, a digital ledger that records all transactions made using cryptocurrencies. When an NFT is created, it is assigned a unique code that is stored on the blockchain. This code contains information about the NFT, such as who owns it and what it represents.

History of NFTs


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Emily Ratajkowski Serves Sporty Street Style in Crop Top, Baggy Cargo Pants & Sleek Sneakers

Emily Ratajkowski put an edgy twist on a sporty-chic outfit. The supermodel served a summer street style moment while walking her dog in New York City on Tuesday.

Ratajkowski was casually dressed for the warm East Coast weather. She wore a mint green crop top with black baggy cargo pants. The oversized bottoms had large square pockets on the side of the leg.

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In true fashion form, she took her look up a notch with several accessories. The “Gone Girl” actress blocked out the bright sun rays with sleek square frames and fastened a pair of silver hoop earrings to her ears. To keep her hands free, she touted her must-haves in an off-white crossbody bag. She styled her signature brunette tresses straight and

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7 Emerging Retail Trends That are Making Specialty Stores Special

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Consumer behavior is constantly changing, but the outbreak of COVID-19 has accelerated this evolution like never before. Whether it’s increased use of e-commerce, a spike in-home delivery, rapid adoption of curbside pickup, the rise of contactless payment, or numerous other changes in their behavior, shoppers have quickly adapted to the “new normal.” At the same time, retailers have been forced to adapt on the emerging retail trends. Moving forward, many will invest in their technology infrastructure to ensure they can adapt over the long term, implementing ad-hoc changes on an ongoing basis to continue meeting customer demand wherever and whenever they choose to shop. In addition, reinvention of the physical store will be at the heart of the new customer experience.

Here are 7 emerging retail trends that are essential for specialty retailers to master to differentiate themselves in today’s complex and highly competitive retail industry.

1. Hyper-personalization

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New York’s Fashion Act Will Reshape Retail

Legislation pending in New York has the potential to transform the fashion world. Should the Fashion Act pass, retailers and manufacturers will soon find themselves required to map the sources of at least half of their materials and products and disclose the environmental and social impacts involved in bringing the latest trends to SoHo storefronts.

Because the law would apply to any fashion company with more than $100 million in global revenue that also sells goods in New York, the Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act is poised to have ripple effects felt well beyond Fifth Avenue. Large fashion companies could face new detailed reporting obligations that may prompt them to fundamentally rethink their supply chains and dramatically reshape their operations.

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