Sina Estavi says he’s trying to make it right with holders of BRG, the token that crashed after his arrest in Iran last year. Investors have their doubts.
Twitter users complained about their accounts being deactivated without notice.
New research from blockchain surveillance firm Chainalysis shows that ransomware gangs are getting more sophisticated.
It’s the second time this year Iran has taken such measures to reduce the strain on the country’s power grid.
Gitcoin’s suspension of a grant for a coding course in Farsi follows a similar move by ConsenSys.
“You are located in a country that we are prohibited from providing goods or services to under U.S. law,” the firm’s ConsenSys Academy told the 50 students.
The next wave of crypto adoption in the region is likely to come from citizens in unstable autocracies or those facing crushing inflation in countries like Iran and Lebanon.
Geo-fencing and other user restrictions are like “no access” signs around platforms and protocols that were built for financial inclusion.
Tehran's province, which houses the country's capital and center of political power, has received only one license.
Hassan Rouhani talked about regulating cryptocurrencies during a meeting on consumer prices.