Accounting For NFTs
When it comes to accounting for NFTs, there are currently no specific standards set by Canadian governing bodies. What is clear is that these digital assets are classified as intangible assets which should be recorded at the price of purchase. When it comes to amortization of NFT’s this topic becomes a lot more complicated and it throws a big wrench into the question as to how one should conduct accounting for their NFTs.
When looking to account for NFTs or any other digital asset, it is always recommended to reach out to your trusted local chartered professional accountant. They should know the laws by which your province governs.
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