We can't let Iran get blockchain technology. We can't do it. Can't do it. We cannot let that happen.
— Trumpchain (@trumpchain) February 17, 2016
coindesk.com / Stan Higgins / February 21, 2016 at 16:37 GMT
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cryptocoinsnews.com / Elliot Maras / 05/02/2016
Economic sanctions against Iran have been lifted, but some sanctions still apply. A pair of attorneys at the global Pillsbury law firm claim that screening rules still exist when trading with Iran, which means complications for anyone in the U.S. and European Union (EU) doing bitcoin transactions with parties […]
digitalmoneytimes.com / JP BUNTINX / AUGUST 31, 2015
One of the major hurdles to tackle is making it easier and more convenient for consumers from all over the world to purchase Bitcoin. Iran, of all countries, is a place where buying Bitcoin is easier, compared to many places in the world. Whether or not […]
newsbtc.com / Sarah Jenn / August 28, 2015
BTXCapital, the first bitcoin exchange to open in Iran, will be bringing the cryptocurrency to a previously untapped market. The company will will offer instant deposits and real-time buy and sell orders to users in the country through Draglet’s exchange platform.
Bitcoin regulation in Iran is still […]
insidebitcoins.com / Kyle Torpey / Nov 11, 2014 7:47 PM EST
NEW YORK (InsideBitcoins) — In the days following the shutdown of Silk Road 2.0 by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies from around the world, the team of developers behind OpenBazaar released the Beta 3.0 version of the open-source marketplace platform. […]
reddit.com/r/Bitcoin / by persianshoes / October 28, 2013
Introducing the Bitcoin-Only business of Persian Shoes. Buy natural leather hand-made shoes from Iran.
bitcoinmagazine.com / By Elizabeth Ploshay / August 7, 2013
Bitcoin continues to grow in prominence and expand even in some of the most restricted nations in the world. Bitcoin Magazine just recently learned of Poolfa.com. Poolfa serves as the first BTC/altcoin-specific Persian website. Bitcoin communities around the world […]
businessinsider.com / By STEVE H. HANKE / JUL. 27, 2013, 9:05 AM
For academics, the term “troubled currency” might be a term of art. But for people who are faced with such a currency, they know a troubled currency when they see one. Today, this is the case for millions of people around the […]
coindesk.com / By Emily Spaven / July 22, 2013 at 11:59 BST
Citizens of Iran now have their own bitcoin market website, CoinAva. The site aims to educate people about bitcoin and allow them to buy and sell the digital currency.
A spokesperson for CoinAva said bitcoin isn’t yet very popular in Iran, but said […]
bitcoinexaminer.org / by Maria Santos / July 20, 2013
This week brought a lot of new businesses accepting Bitcoin! And also a new country… But you can find some of this news in our following weekly round up. Besides the articles that kept you informed during all week, we also created a list of 18 […]
bitcoinexaminer.org / by Maria Santos / July 17, 2013
CoinAva is the name of the new platform that is bringing cryptocurrency to Iran! Besides trying to spread the word about Bitcoin in the country, this platform allows users to buy and sell virtual currency, via a counter party […]
reddit.com / By poolfa
dillpicklechips 3 points 12 hours ago
Cool! I’ll be watching for a jump in nodes coming from Iran! 😉
[–]dillpicklechips 3 points 12 hours ago
Oh, and hopefully all your wiki stuff will make it’s way to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Main_Page (fa instead of en of course!)
[–]poolfa[S] 2 points 10 hours ago