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The electricity company is alarmed with at least "10% of the electricity failures of this winter are caused by the use of illegal machines" Extraction of these coins

Une représentation physique des bitcoins. © Liu Junfeng / Costfoto / Sipa USA / A physical representation of Bitcoins. mining - the electricity company is alarmed that at least "10% of the electricity failures of this winter are caused by the use of illegal machines" of extraction of these currencies

the creation of the cryptomonnays can Have negative effects on everyday life. In Iran for example, the mining operations of these currencies may cause new power outlets this winter, has alarmed Sunday the public electricity distribution company.

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After prohibiting the extraction of cryptomonnays, the authorities again authorized in mid-September this energivorous practice that had contributed, among other factors, to saturate this summer the bad Iranian electricity network. The public electricity distribution company now fears that at least "10% of this winter's electricity failures are caused by the use of illegal mining machines". Operations against illegal miners

The country has been marked this summer by repetitive power cuts, "20% of which were caused by illegal cryptomonnaire machines," said the company. These failures had aroused the anger of the population at the moment when temperatures exceeded the 50 degrees, pushing the police to carry out several operations against illegal miners accused of wasting energy.

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Iran is one of the first countries to have legalized the "mining" of

Bitcoins in September 2018, provided that those who manufacture obtain prior authorization from the authorities. Fastened by the beneficial rates of electricity, several foreign companies rushed to Iran, from China, Russia, Germany or Australia, and had been allowed to extract Bitcoins. Today, only Chinese companies continue to extraction.

The Iranians further exchange daily informally about 700 Bitcoins, according to a parliamentary report, which states that on the 324,000 Bitcoins "mined" annually in the world, 19,500 are in the Islamic Republic. Cryptomonnaire transfers are a way for Iran to mitigate the effects of US sanctions that stifle its economy, according to officials.

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