Cryptocurrency advocates and some U.S. policymakers have urged for an amendment to the cryptocurrency tax reporting provision in the $1 trillion infrastructure bill.

The provision would require each "broker" to report their cryptocurrency gains in a type of 1099 form. But, critics worry that as written, the provision's definition of a "broker" is too broad. Cryptocurrency advocates are concerned that the current language could potentially target those without customers who therefore wouldn't have access to the information needed to comply.