The Iranian government is poised to ban the messaging app, Telegram. The company has earlier irked the government when the app played an important role in the mobilization of students and the public in a protest that rocked many Iranian cities in December 2017 and January 2018.
Telegram had raised at least $1.7 billion through an initial coin offering and the authoritarian government is saying that the Telegram Open Network token is going to be a threat to the country’s economy. The company plans to build a full service blockchain based

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