Ruhollah Dehghan, CEO of the Exchange Technology Management Company, said that the Exchange Company did not use the core bandwidth of transactions to extract digital currencies, and basically there was no such possibility for them.
According to digital currency and to Quoted According to ISNA, the details and modalities of the mining devices in the stock exchange company are still in a state of ambiguity and many questions of the shareholders have not been answered yet. For this reason, there are many rumors about this issue, one of which is about using the core bandwidth of transactions to mine; An issue that the CEO of the Exchange Technology Management Company has explained.
Ruhollah Dehghan explained about some of the rumors that the stock exchange company was using the core bandwidth of the trades to mine:
This claim is not true at all. If a mining device was found, it was in the building of the stock exchange company located in Saadatabad; While the trading system is kept in another place and in isolation.
If the issue of cryptocurrency extraction is also discussed, for this process miners must be connected to the Internet; While the transaction network has no connection to the Internet and is kept on a separate network. All brokers know that they must use special connections to connect to this separate network.
The CEO of the Exchange Technology Management Company, emphasizing that the trading system does not have access to the Internet, said:
Technically, mining devices are designed for specific uses; Therefore, their operation is technically impossible for the trading system.
Last week, despite the denial of the stock exchange company and also Tavanir organization, the stock exchange organization confirmed the existence of several miners in the stock exchange company and Ali Sahraei, the CEO of this company, resigned from his position. In one of his conversations, he stated that the members of the board of directors of the stock exchange company were aware of the existence of extraction devices in this company.
The Greater Tehran Power Distribution Company also issued a statement announcing that 82 miners who were not in orbit at the time of the company’s visit were seized, according to an on-site inspection report.