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Thursday, March 08, 2018

Cyberspace Police Focuses on Virtual Currency

Thursday, March 08, 2018

Cyberspace Police Focuses on Virtual Currency

Iran’s cyberspace police have become the latest authority to discuss virtual currencies, with its deputy for technical affairs announcing that the fate of digital currencies is on their agenda.
“It is necessary to create a framework for sales and purchase of virtual currencies in online and physical bureaux de change,” Colonel Ali Mohammad Rajabi also told ILNA.
He noted that in addition to preparing the grounds to raise public awareness regarding virtual currencies, establish the infrastructure for identification, supervision and punishment must be put in place as the type of crimes are changing and cryptocurrencies may become a platform for committing crime in the future.

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