Articles tagged “announcements”

We’re Making Payments Simpler: Onboard Discogs’ New PayPal Payments Solution

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Discogs is pleased to announce a new PayPal payments solution that makes it easier to sell music online, allowing you more time to connect with the biggest audience of music buyers worldwide. Whether selling on Discogs is your hobby or your business, this integration makes it simpler and more convenient. How the New PayPal Payments […]

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Discogs Will Start Collecting Norwegian VAT in Early 2022

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In early 2022, Discogs will start collecting Norwegian supply of goods value added tax (VAT) on items imported into Norway and electronic service fee VAT on the fees Norwegian resident sellers pay to use the Discogs platform. Below is an overview of each type of VAT, who is affected, how the VAT amount is calculated, […]

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UK and EU VAT FAQ: Your Questions Answered

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Starting July 1, 2021, Discogs is responsible for the collection of UK and EU supply of goods VAT up to the low-value goods threshold of £135 or €150 respectively. To ensure Discogs, as well as buyers and sellers around the world, meet the requirements around new VAT regulations, we introduced a series of measures to […]

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Discogs’ IOSS Number Is Now Available

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We’re happy to let you know that Discogs’ IOSS number, IM5280008075, has been added to the commercial receipt for all orders. Beginning July 1, 2021, Discogs is required to collect EU supply of goods VAT on orders below the low-value goods threshold of €150. IOSS, or Import One-Stop-Shop, is an electronic system designed to allow […]

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Updated: Everything You Need to Know About Upcoming UK and EU VAT Changes on Discogs

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This post was updated on July 1, 2021 to reflect changes to intra-UK and intra-EU supply of goods VAT collection; and new information about Northern Ireland. The tax landscape around the world continues to evolve with many countries putting the responsibility for tax compliance on global marketplaces like Discogs. The VAT changes that come into […]

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Anatomy of a Record Collector: How the World Cataloged Over 500 Million Releases on Discogs

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Discogs is the largest database of recorded music in the world. This global community of music fans just surpassed an impressive milestone: 3 million collectors cataloged more than 500 million of their music releases on Discogs.com — nearly double the number of releases logged in 2019 alone. In the past decade, Discogs experienced consistent growth […]

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How Record Stores Can Link Their Discogs Inventory to Vinyl Hub

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VinylHub is an online database of brick-and-mortar record shops around the world. Buyers use VinylHub as a first stop for mapping out their next record adventure. Make your record store more discoverable by adding it to the VinylHub with information like location, opening hours, photos, genres you specialize in, and other unique details. If you […]

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You Can Now Refine Your Marketplace Order Data Exports by Date Range

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If you’ve ever needed to access your Discogs Marketplace Orders or Marketplace Order Items for doing your taxes, an inventory overhaul, or just squaring up your finances, you’ll know that the data export tool is essential. Previously, data exports came in an all-or-nothing format — you could only export your entire order history all at […]

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What to Know About the Upcoming Changes to Release Pages on Discogs

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One of Discogs’s prevailing values is continual improvement, and sometimes that means implementing changes to the site that aren’t flashy. One of our current projects focuses on fine-tuning release pages, which account for 25% of all visits to the Discogs site. Right now, these improvements have only been enabled on release pages accessed by “logged-out […]

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Why We Removed Blog Comments

It’s no longer possible to log in on blog.discogs.com or to leave comments on our blog posts. If you’d like to comment or share your thoughts about anything you read in our blog, please use the Forum. When we were upgrading our log-in service on discogs.com, we discovered that maintaining the ability to log into […]

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