Cryptocurrencies have been a revolutionary force in the world of finance and technology, offering decentralized and secure transactions. However, the rapid growth of this emerging digital asset class has brought about regulatory challenges for governments worldwide. In light of these developments, the twenty-seventh Cafe Blockchain event, held on September 16, 2019, in Faba, delved into the crucial topic of cryptocurrencies regulation. The program’s agenda included discussions on the implications of invalid cryptocurrencies, as well as an evaluation of the regulatory landscape surrounding blockchain technology in Iran. Leading experts and enthusiasts gathered to explore the intricacies of formulating laws, regulations, guidelines, and their implementation models to govern this rapidly evolving domain. Notably, Mr. Mohammad Morad Bayat, the director of Faba, shared insights on regulatory frameworks in the blockchain space and emphasized the significance of effectively transitioning from a technology-focused approach to a comprehensive regulatory framework. Subsequently, a panel comprising eminent individuals like Yazdan Abbasi, Sepehr Mohammadi, Mostafa Naghipourfar, and Mohammad Jafar Naenakar, discussed their viewpoints on cryptocurrency regulations and the potential applications of blockchain technology. The event fostered an engaging atmosphere, with participants actively contributing to the discussion by posing thought-provoking questions and sharing their perspectives on this critical subject.
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September 16, 2019
Mohammad Morad Bayat, Mostafa Naghipourfar, Yazdan Abbasi, Sepehr Mohammadi, Mohammad Javad Nanakar