The State Revenue Committee of the Ministry of Finance revealed that in  2022, companies engaged in the mining of digital currencies had paid  3.07 billion tenge (almost $6.9 million) in taxes to Kazakhstan, as  reported by local media.

Since January 1st of last year, cryptocurrency miners in the Central Asian nation have been subject to taxes and levies.

By April 27, 2023, they had already contributed 240 million tenge (nearly $540,000) to the budget.