From Thailand’s e-visa to India’s Tata consultants, America’s AMD to China’s TikTok, blockchain is ending the year on a high as more global giants adopt.
The President of Iran has called on Muslim nations to develop a cryptocurrency that could help them avoid using the USD, reducing the U.S economic dominance.
The new rules include restrictions on the use of subsidized electricity, with a bounty of up to 20% of recoverable damages payable to anyone identifying illegal mining operations.
Bittrex can now allow customers in Iran, Cuba, Syria and Crimea to access their funds, if conditions are met.
The country is reviewing a proposal that would require miners to register their operations on a yearly basis.
After a confusing back and forth over the legality of crypto mining, Iran is taking steps to regulate the process.
Two Iranian leaders cant seem to agree on if Iran has made crypto activity illegal yet, causing plenty of confusion.