1. IRS Says No Taxes on Gaming Cash, Crypto Regulation Remains Hazy  Cryptonews
  2. IRS backtracks on whether video game currencies are taxable  The Verge
  3. Declaring Fortnite, Roblox Virtual Currency For Tax Just Got Complicated  GameSpot
  4. IRS Does Not Consider Fortnite Money as Virtual Currency After All  Cointelegraph
  5. IRS erroneously considered Fortnite V-Bucks and Roblox Robux "virtual currencies" subject to taxation  Boing Boing
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U.S. taxpayers have been freed from tax obligations on gaming transactions carried out with virtual cash, according to recent language modifications to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) webpage. However, confusion still remains in the IRS tax regulations for real cryptocurrencies.U.S. taxpayers have been freed from tax obligations on gaming transactions carried out with virtual cash, according to recent language modifications to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) webpage. However, confusion still remains in the IRS tax regulations for real cryptocurrencies.

IRS Says No Taxes on Gaming Cash, Crypto Regulation Remains Hazy

The IRS quietly removed a provision on its website that said you might have to report transactions involving video game currencies on your tax returns. The IRS’ chief counsel said mentioning video games was a mistake.The IRS said it made a mistake.

IRS backtracks on whether video game currencies are taxable - The Verge

The IRS removed wording that said Americans needed to disclose Fortnite and Roblox virtual currency.The IRS removed wording that said Americans needed to disclose Fortnite and Roblox virtual currency.

Declaring Fortnite, Roblox Virtual Currency For Tax Just Got Complicated - GameSpot

“IRS quietly deletes guideline that Fortnite virtual currency must be reported on tax returns. https://t.co/SHnNaeAtL2”

Anthony Quintano on Twitter: "IRS quietly deletes guideline that Fortnite virtual currency must be reported on tax returns. https://t.co/SHnNaeAtL2"

The IRS removed language from their Web site that listed Fortnite V-Bucks and Roblox Robux as examples of convertible virtual currencies, like Bitcoin. They were included on a page about virtual currencies as they relate to a new question on IRS Form 1040 that asks whether the taxpayer, sold, exchanged, or acquired financial interest in…The IRS removed language from their Web site that listed Fortnite V-Bucks and Roblox Robux as examples of convertible virtual currencies, like Bitcoin. They were included on a page about virtual cu…

IRS erroneously considered Fortnite V-Bucks and Roblox Robux "virtual currencies" subject to taxation / Boing Boing

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the tax collection agency of the U.S. government, has removed ether (ETH) and two popular gaming tokens - Fortnite’s V-bucks and Roblox’s Robux - as examples of convertible virtual currencies.

IRS removes ether and two popular gaming tokens as examples of convertible virtual currencies - The Block

Players of the popular Fortnite online game may have to pay taxes on 'V-bucks' they purchase after the IRS mentioned the virtual currency in online guidelines that were mysteriously deleted.Players of the popular Fortnite online game may have to pay taxes on 'V-bucks' they purchase after the IRS mentioned the virtual currency in online guidelines that were mysteriously deleted.

Fornite players may have to pay TAX on virtual currency after IRS guidelines on 'V-bucks' leaked | Daily Mail Online

The IRS has removed guidance from its website that said in-game virtual currency in video games such as Fortnite could be subject to a new reporting requirement on federal tax returns.The IRS has removed guidance from its website that said in-game virtual currency in video games such as Fortnite could be subject to a new reporting requirement on federal tax returns.

IRS removes guidance on Fortnite game currency: report | TheHill

The IRS has removed guidance from its website that said in-game virtual currency in video games such as Fortnite could be subject to a new reporting requirement on federal tax returns.The IRS has removed guidance from its website that said in-game virtual currency in video games such as Fortnite could be subject to a new reporting requirement on federal tax returns.

IRS removes guidance on Fortnite game currency: report | TheHill

The Internal Revenue Service could be doing more to help taxpayers who own Bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency to comply with their tax obligations, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.The Internal Revenue Service could be doing more to help taxpayers who own Bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency to comply with their tax obligations, according to a new report.

IRS urged by GAO to offer more cryptocurrency tax guidance | Accounting Today

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated its webpage. Now, game tokens like in Fortnite aren't not deemed as cryptocurrencies.The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated its webpage. Now, game tokens like in Fortnite aren't not deemed as cryptocurrencies.

IRS Removes Crypto Tax Reporting for Fortnite and Other Game Tokens

The IRS quickly recognized the need to correct website language that appeared to signal Fortnite and Roblox players were subject to a new disclosure requirement aimed at virtual currency transactions, the agency’s top lawyer said.The IRS quickly recognized the need to correct website language that appeared to signal Fortnite and Roblox players were subject to a new disclosure requirement aimed at virtual currency transactions, the agency’s top lawyer said.