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Crypto cashout in Germany, 0% tax,

If you don't file any taxs with 0% tax payment due how will you prove you have earned the coins and paid what tax you may need to pay towards another country you may move to?
why should that be an issue?
If a country asks for an asset declaration before you go there, you can simply do so. Tax returns are not the only documentation of value.
 
what other document would you think they would accept for instant in France ?

don't you believe that they in France will refuse that you have paid tax (0%) on your crypto just because you have lived there if you can't proof SOF and all tax paid from it?
ask someone there. I just know to never go there for paying tax.

Crypto is easy to prove you have before due to blockchain timestamps, and you need to be sure to have been away from France somewhere else.
 
So you convert crypto to fiat while living in Germany. And then you don't really have to move to a country with asset declaration for wealth tax - most countries don't have this.
But if you still do, source of fund for your assets is usually not requested.

More of an issue is that banks sometimes require SOF, and here a tax declaration is one of multiple ways to show SOF. But I wonder if it doesn't show up in the German tax return even with 0% tax. The tax rate isn't the issue, just that you have paperwork for it.

Here is what I would have done though. Skip Germany, just get out of the Romanian tax net, and live in some fun country in Latam or Africa or Asia that doesn't care about personal capital gains. Then convert all the altcoins to Bitcoin and keep the Bitcoin, it's better money than fiat anyway.

But if you need some fiat for spending, convert in small batches via crypto friendly EMIs like Xapo, Zen, Verifo, Yoursafe etc, and/or via exchanges that also offer bank cards/IBAN's like Swissquote, Nexo, Swissborg and others, and/or p2p within the Bitcoin community.
 
what other document would you think they would accept for instant in France ?

don't you believe that they in France will refuse that you have paid tax (0%) on your crypto just because you have lived there if you can't proof SOF and all tax paid from it?
As mentioned, tax returns are just one alternative for SOF. If your home country got a tax treaty with the other country, just showing the tax residence certificate for that year should be enough. But it is true that some countries might ask for the tax return. However, you can file for taxes in Georgia if you want to, there will be no tax to be paid anyways. This option just gives you a bit more of privacy and less risk of your home country getting notified