Last Updated on May 22, 2023 by Bitfinsider
MetaMask does not collect taxes on cryptocurrency transactions, and ConsenSys has not modified its terms of service to do so.
“The tax section of our terms of service falls under the ‘fees and payment’ section and only applies to ConsenSys products and paid plans,” the company explained. This section does not apply to MetaMask or other products that are not subject to sales tax.
The company was responding to a number of tweets that highlighted section 4.2 of the MetaMask terms of service and described it as a change that will permit the company to withhold taxes.
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