The head of the Iranian blockchain community criticized the mining price of high electricity, saying that the new regulations have led to a large outflow of investors

According to the Financial Tribune, on August 14, Sepehr Mohammadi, head of the Iranian blockchain community, said that the new rules for encrypted mining in Iran indicated that the electricity consumption for cryptocurrency mining is levied at a high price, actually driving the miners out. Iran, let them enter a more open-minded neighbor. Sepehr Mohammadi described the Iranian government's decision as “self-sacrifice” and said that a large number of encrypted investors had moved to Russia, Georgia and Armenia.