Seyed Kazem Mousavi, deputy chairman of the Economic Commission, has said that the law on the status of digital currencies will be presented to the parliament in the middle of this month. Meanwhile, Parviz Mohammadnejad Ghazi Mahalla, a member of the Energy Commission, said that the deputies had not yet reached an agreement on the legislation of digital currencies.
According to digital currency and to Quoted From the world of economics, Seyed Kazem Mousavi, Deputy Chairman of the Economic Commission and Representative of Ardabil Province in the Islamic Consultative Assembly, said regarding the latest status of the law on organizing digital currencies:
Currently, the law on organizing the status of cryptocurrencies has been approved by the deputies in the Economic Commission, and it is expected that this law will be sent to the open court of the parliament in the middle of this month for the final voting.
The deputy chairman of the Economic Commission, while announcing the introduction of the law on digital currencies in the parliament, said that Parviz Mohammadnejad, a judge of the Energy Commission, said that the deputies had not reached a relative agreement on the law on digital currencies.
A member of the parliament’s energy commission said:
At the suggestion of some deputies, there was a plan to include cryptocurrencies in the 1400 budget program law, which was strongly opposed by some other deputies, as granting concessions from the country’s resources for various uses of digital currencies is not correct.
Parviz Mohammadnejad, the judge of the neighborhood, added:
One of these cases is electricity consumption in the mining industry with an industrial tariff of 80 Tomans, which is 580 Tomans for the production of the same specific amount of electricity; In other words, in these circumstances, a subsidy of 500 Tomans should be considered for the extraction of Ramzarz, which is a violation. Granting electricity concessions to the cryptocurrency mining industry is not desirable and should be countered.
A member of the parliamentary energy commission added about the production costs of digital currencies:
The rate of bitcoin mining is one per ten months, and the estimated costs in these ten months are between twelve and 15 thousand dollars. The difference between the cost of producing Bitcoin and its market price is only for the benefit of certain individuals in this field, and its revenue will not go to the government.
Regarding the situation of digital currencies in other countries, he said:
Many regions, including some of the countries that produce these currencies, have banned the widespread presence of these digital currencies and their extraction by the public; Therefore, granting facilities for different areas of Ramzarz should be done with special consideration and consideration.