Tavanir Company, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Energy, said 1,450 licensed digital currency mining centers have been set up across the country in the past year. In 1400, however, local miners were not allowed to work for almost six months.
Mohammad Hodadadi Bohloli, contractor of the extraction power supply project, said Tehran was at the forefront of detecting illegal extraction centers, according to Arzdigital Digital, citing the Radio News Agency:
The provinces of Khuzestan, Isfahan, Khorasan Razavi and Azerbaijan have the following ranks of opening illegal mining centers for Ramzars.
He added that authorized cryptocurrency mining centers consumed more than 311 million kilowatt hours of electricity in 1400, adding:
This is despite the fact that the sale of electricity to these centers has been suspended during the hot and cold months of the year.
The electricity supply operator of the cryptocurrency extraction centers continued:
The most authorized cryptocurrency extraction centers have been set up in the provinces of Kerman, West Azerbaijan and Aalborg.
Hodadadi said more than 432 illegal Ramzarz centers were discovered in 1400, and said:
All detected devices will be seized and will never be delivered. Shared electricity will also be permanently cut off and large fines will be imposed.
The publication Strange Tavanir’s statement: Last year 1450 authorized centers for digital currency extraction were created appeared for the first time in Digital Currency.