Metaverse acquired Tax Office

Second Life is the longest-running online metaverse that attracts nearly a million active users per month.

So the company announced that it will start charging sales tax to its users για τις αγορές εντός παιχνιδιού για πρώτη φορά από την κυκλοφορία της το .


This could serve as a pro for other emerging metaverse efforts that want to sell virtual goods to US residents.

Announcing In a move this Monday, development firm Second Life Linden Labs relied on a 2018 Supreme Court ruling (Sout Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., et Al PDF). This decision determined that states could charge sales tax even on τα που πωλούνται από διαδικτυακές that they do not have παρουσία στην πολιτεία.

As of March 31, Second Life users will be charged tax on recurring charges, such as subscriptions and "land" fees.

The Linden Labs experience could serve as a warning, as there are many large companies preparing to launch their own metaverse offers. Also included are companies that use so-called "web3" technologies, such as cryptocurrencies and NFT. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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