Mohammad Rezapur Ebrahimi, head of parliament’s economic committee, said committee members are looking for legal solutions to use more of the country’s capacity to extract digital currency.
According to Arzdigital and quoted by IRNA, Mohammad Rezapur Ebrahimi on Wednesday night at a meeting with economic activists from the Kish Free Zone, noting that he believes that the extraction of cryptocurrencies can generate significant foreign exchange earnings for the country, said:
The Majlis Economic Commission seeks to provide a legal solution to ensure the legal capacity to extract cryptocurrencies in the country as a source of high income.
The head of the Economic Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly recalled:
Given the current problems with electricity in the country, these solutions must be such that crypto extractors themselves supply electricity from renewable sources such as solar energy and then proceed to its extraction.
In this case, not only will there be no pressure on the country’s energy body, but the country will also be pushed towards alternative energy supplies and currency exchange.
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