TBMM Digital Media Commission held its last meeting last week. In the commission convened under the chairmanship of AK Party Hatay Deputy Hüseyin Yayman, digital transformation, social networks, phenomena such as Enes Batur and Bitcoin (BTC) were discussed.
According to the report of Hürriyet’s Umut Erdem, CHP Deputy Chairman Onursal Adıgüzel, one of the commission members, said that a correct arrangement should be made by talking about Bitcoin. According to the news prepared by examining the minutes, Adıgüzel said that it was necessary to examine the developments in the world rather than a prohibitive perspective and to make the right arrangements.
As it is known, Turkey has recently begun to take a clear stance on cryptocurrencies and a regulation was issued in April. With this regulation, the use of cryptocurrencies as a payment method has been banned from April 30, 2021.
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