According to Decrypt, according to previous news, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has made corresponding changes to common questions about crypto assets, requiring charitable organizations that are usually tax-exempt to report virtual currency donations worth more than $ 5,000. Alex Wilson, co-founder of crypto charity The Giving Block, said: "Ultimately, this new requirement will make people think twice about donating more than $ 5,000. I think the possible outcome is that those who might have donated more than $ 10,000 People will decide to donate $ 4,999 because it is easier and does not require the hire of a professional valuer for evaluation. The main motivation for donating cryptocurrencies to non-profit organizations is that this is not a taxable event. Of course, it is not the harm Those mysterious millionaires, but those who hire appraisers. "