Shaparak’s unprofessional decision to block the transactions of digital currency ecosystem activists will not pose a problem for the accounts of users who have already invested in this market, as the users’ capital is reserved with the exchanges and these exchanges guarantee the return of the capital.
While industrialized countries are using the currency code in their exchanges, in our country, investment in cryptocurrencies has significantly improved and more than 25,000 billion tomans of capital in this market, Indicates that capital flows are entering this field. In such circumstances, it will not be possible to ban activities in this area in practice. Prohibition of activities in the field of cryptocurrencies will cause the undergrounding of these activities, and in an economy with the conditions of Iran’s economy, the undergrounding of an economy of several thousand billion tomans will not result in any further damage to the economy and its activists.
It is said that there are now 1.5 million people working in the field of cryptocurrencies in Iran. Several sites, exchange offices and training and research centers are also working on various projects related to this field. It can be said that the field of cryptocurrencies has directly and indirectly created at least 3 million permanent jobs with suitable conditions. Apart from investors and economic activists, many of the country’s elite forces are active in the fields of programming, marketing and economics. People in the technical department of active digital currency centers in Iran are often from the group of people who are experts and interested in the latest technologies in the world. The possibility of interacting with the world centers of science and economics, as well as the hope for a bright future for digital currencies in Iran, has caused many of these people to cancel their immigration programs and become active in the country.
Illegal activities in this field will return to the previous conditions and increase the possibility of emigrating from the country. Specialists in this field can work all over the world, and the closure of domestic centers will strengthen foreign centers with the use of Iranian forces. In addition to manpower, the capital of more than 25,000 billion tomans that exists in the ecosystem of digital currencies, after its legalization, will take dangerous paths, including leaving the country, entering underground markets and entering inflationary markets. Iran’s economy is a result except
There will be no increase in inflation.
In the current situation, the poor performance of the stock market, the devaluation of gold and the uncertainty of the dollar market have led investors to the digital currency market. And while the presence of large international companies such as Tesla in this
The market has given people more confidence, and the ban on buying and selling digital currencies is shifting capital to international exchanges.
Although these exchanges have a very reliable operation at the international level, but in the face of Iranian users, they have adopted coercive policies. Blocking the assets of Iranian users for years is one of the common occurrences in these international exchanges. Bainance and Bitrex exchanges, as two international giants of digital currencies, have repeatedly destroyed the capital of Iranian users in recent years. Unfortunately, users who encounter problems resulting from sanctions policies in these exchange offices are not able to legally review and pursue their complaints in practice, while domestic exchange offices will be required by law to respond to possible problems.
Digital currencies cannot be tracked and blocked by any government or institution, and are therefore a very good tool for circumventing international sanctions against Iran. One of the major problems in the Iranian economy is the material and spiritual costs of sanctions to meet the country’s basic needs in strategic areas such as food and medicine. These costs will be eliminated with the help of digital currencies, and the corruption centers created in the shadow of sanctions bypassing will be closed. It should be said that closing the digital currency market in the country helps to sanction the Iranian economy.
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Iran’s economy is a heavy blow to the country that digital currencies, by collecting more than 25,000 billion tomans of this capital, have greatly helped to reform this anti-security process of the country.
The digital currency market has the potential to prevent the permanent outflow of currency into the housing market of neighboring countries such as Turkey; An output that has significantly reduced the power of internal market management. Investors in the field of digital currencies can easily transfer their capital to parallel economic sectors such as the stock market if the attractiveness of this market decreases, while if this capital enters the economic sectors of other countries, it is practically out of Iran’s economic cycle forever.
Shaparak’s unprofessional decision to block the transactions of digital currency ecosystem activists will not pose a problem for the accounts of users who have already invested in the market. The original capital of the users is reserved with the exchanges and these exchanges guarantee the return of this capital. The customers of these exchanges can transfer their capital to any destination whenever they want. Also, the market for the exchange of cryptocurrencies to cryptocurrencies is still active, and it is not possible for any institution in any country to block this market.
Given that this international market is very active, domestic exchange offices will not have a problem to finance their users, because in exchange for Iranian sellers, international buyers are ready to provide this
Are capital. According to the explicit text of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, carrying out any activity is not a “crime” unless the law provides for a penalty or a fine for doing so. Accordingly, and in the absence of penalties or fines for activities in this field, it should be said that the purchase, storage and sale of digital currencies is not prohibited.
Needless to say, it is not possible to deal legally with activists in this field until the enactment of laws related to the crime and punishment of cryptocurrencies. Unfortunately, the legislature and regulator in Iran, with its procrastination and silence, has created an uncertain legal environment for activists in the digital currency ecosystem. There was no law in
This is not a sign of illegality, but a sign of the legislator’s procrastination. According to most experts, there are concerns about the possible negative impact of digital currencies on strategic markets such as the stock market. Mohammed
Georgia Ara, a capital market analyst, says:
Bitcoin in Iran is not considered a threat to the stock market. The stock market and bitcoin are two financial instruments with different functions, neither of which can ultimately overshadow each other.
The historic collapse of the stock market in 1999 wiped out the capital of many small investors, while digital currencies would control the excitement of parallel markets such as the stock market. The reason for the fall of the stock index is not the activity of investors in the digital currency market.
Capital market experts say:
The reason for this decline is trans-economic issues such as political conflicts as well as weak policy-making. The results of scientific research show that “diversifying” the investment portfolio is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of operating in capital markets. This has led many investors to look for new markets to invest in, one of which is the digital currency market.