Iran

Iranian Bitcoiners Risk Fines, Jail Time as Government Regulates Mining

As mining regulations loom, Iranian bitcoiners are stuck in compliance purgatory – facing fines and even jail. Source: CoinDesk.com

Iran Is Being Targeted for Economic Independence, Not Terrorism

New, unprecedented economic sanctions have been imposed on Iran’s central bank after blame for a September 14 oil field attack…

Iran Considers New System of Annual Registration for Crypto Miners

As part of ongoing maneuvers to legitimize the industry, Iran’s cabinet is looking into a proposal to register cryptocurrency miners…

Iranian Government Proposes Annual License for Bitcoin and Crypto Miners

CoinDesk has acquired documents detailing a draft proposal for new cryptocurrency mining regulations in Iran, which sources in Tehran say…

Iranian Crypto Miners Tax Exempt If They Repatriate Offshore Earnings

Cryptocurrency miners in Iran will be eligible for a tax exemption if they agree to repatriate their overseas earnings, according…

New Data Gives Unprecedented Insight Into How Iranians Are Using Bitcoin

Out of 1,650 Iranian bitcoiners surveyed in Persian Telegram groups, 25 percent earned $500 to $3,000 a month from working…

Reformed BTC Maximalist Erik Finman Proves the Value of Unschooling

A 12-year-old, future unschooling advocate at an Occupy Wall Street protest learns about Bitcoin while running from the cops. He…

Iran Crypto Devs Launch Platform for Flood Victims in Light of US Sanctions

Volunteer cryptocurrency developers in Iran have created a blockchain platform called IranRescueBit, which allows people to make charitable cryptocurrency donations…

How Bans From GitHub and Slack Are Hurting Iranian Bitcoin Businesses

Iranian bitcoiners are showing the world what censorship resistance really looks like. Starting last weekend, Microsoft’s GitHub started identifying and banning…

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