Majtaba Tawangar, chairman of the parliamentary committee on the digital economy, responded to a recent speech by a member of parliament on the closure of digital currency exchanges, saying parliament had no plans to do so and sought to legalize the country’s digital currency space.
According to Arzdigital and quoted by the news agency Khane Mellat, Tavangar wrote on Twitter in response to the words of one of the deputies, who said that the parliament intends to implement a plan to block the exchange of digital currencies:
Parliament has no plans to block cryptocurrencies. We oppose underground and non-transparent activities, as well as the closure of cryptocurrencies. The government and parliament are seeking to legalize cryptocurrencies.
Nasser Mousavi Largani, a member of the parliamentary program and budget committee, said earlier that buying and selling digital currencies would cause the currency to leave the country. “Let’s go”.
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