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Tehran’s prosecutor:  judges have to be aware of Bitcoin’s legal consequences

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Tehran prosecutor suggested the major harms facing corruption prevention in an IRIB interview, calling companies, illegal exchanges, banks, systems, dealers, and inappropriate decisions made by the central bank.

Abbas Jafari dolatabadi made a speech at the University of juridical sciences and expressed:

Nominal firms are one of the damages we face in the fight against corruption. These companies are apparently formed in an instant; we have so many currency-related cases showing that they are created in just 24 hours. Exchanges are supposed to be the second harming factor; if they do not operate as expected, they will launder money.

Complementary to this, he added:

Currencies fluctuate every now and then and on some occasion, heavy corruption takes place in this area.

He pointed out that today, the economic crimes are seemingly not as simple as wartime.

Then he continued:

It is obligatory that universities, particularly universities of law, take part in this area and be informed about point to point inflation and letter of credit.

Supplementary to this, Tehran’s persecutor talked about Bitcoin and said:

Bitcoin case has been around a while. Therefore, judges are supposed to be cautious about its legal outcomes, as it is a kind of cryptocurrency and no currency will be exchanged or received. Judges should be knowledgeable about these subjects.

Dolatabadi declared that regarding security crimes, we now are confronting electronic spies and pyramid network violations. so, students need to become familiar with these terms.

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