Goulart’s proposal seeks another law that allows all Brazilian workers to have a choice to request employers for compensation in cryptocurrencies.
Government Deputy Luizão Goulart, a Brazilian congressman, proposed a bill to sanction crypto payments as a method of payment for public and private sector workers.
Goulart’s proposal seeks another law that allows all Brazilian workers to have a choice to request employers for compensation in cryptocurrencies. Notwithstanding, the bill warrants crypto payments to be settled on solely after selling a shared arrangement between the workers and the business. As indicated by the translated version of the bill:
The limits of the percentage of payment (remuneration) in cryptocurrencies will be of the worker’s free choice. Any imposition by the employer will be prohibited.
The bill highlights the development of finance — from a bargain system and fiat currencies to Bitcoin (BTC) — focusing on the decentralization aspect which removes the dependence on “a single person or a focal element.”
Whenever signed into law, Goulart’s bill will establish a consensus between the workers and the employers for foreordaining the percentages of compensation in crypto and fiat. As per Goulart:
Most importantly, the proposal will help collaborate in the resolution of the “cash” problem of the Federal, State and Municipal governments by offering payment alternatives, and at the same time, moving a gigantic Market Economy that lies ahead.
While requesting the endorsement of the proposal, Goulart refered to the need to establish “a worldwide economy that facilitates the day to day routines of citizens and provides a decent personal satisfaction for all.” The bill will be passed into law following 90 days from the date of endorsement.
Brazil’s Special Committee of the Chamber of Deputies as of late supported a bill to punish crypto-related monetary crimes.
The latest administrative amendments have increased the punishment for money laundering as well as raising the base prison terms for similar crimes. , the punishment has increased from 33% of the measure of laundered money to two-thirds while the prison times have been increased from 10 years to 16 years and eight months.
“With the absence of guideline, individuals have no place to turn. The market will progress and adjust in Brazil. There will presently don’t be profiteers using technology to delude millions of Brazilians,” as indicated by Federal Deputy Aureo Ribeiro.