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Hamidreza Zare

Hamidreza Zare
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Hamidreza is a content manager at Harasp. He is also a student of English Literature and is fascinated by tech, e-commerce, fashion, linguistics and sports.
Iran Tech Weekly Recap | April 30, 2018
This week, we covered Bitcoin getting banned in Iran, Silk Road Startup Summit’s winners, 250 European banks connected to Iran and 223% increase in Iran’s phone imports.
12 Million Iranians Have Signed up for Local Messaging Apps
The government has obligated all the public sectors to use local messengers instead of Telegram which has resulted in a 10% decrease of the country’s internet bandwidth for Telegram.
Iran Tech Weekly Recap | April 23, 2018
This week, we covered digital currencies banned by the Central Bank of Iran, U.S. sanctions on ZTE, the end of mobile phone smugglings and Iranian’s cost to be on Telegram.
Why are Iranians so Hesitant to Migrate out of Telegram?
While there have been many measures taken by the government and other organizations, the migration of users out of Telegram is not going as expected. Here are 3 reasons why the Iranian people are hesitating to migrate from Telegram.
Iran Tech Weekly Recap | April 16, 2018
This week, we covered Silk Road Startup Summit’s final countdown, a new record for SHETAB transactions during the past year, assigning an unemployment insurance for Iranian businesses migrating out of Telegram and blocking this messenger in the country.
Iran Tech Weekly Recap | April 9, 2018
This week, we covered Telegram’s potential ban in Iran, cyber-attack on Iran’s data centers, completing the list of mobile phone brands in the registry scheme and Iran’s 13th RoboCup competition.
Iran Mobile Network Statistics - April 2018
Iran’s mobile network has seen tremendous growth in the recent years. Here are its latest statistics until April 2018.
Iran Tech Weekly Recap | March 12, 2018
This week, we covered Silk Road startup summit in Kish Island, Iran’s reaction to Telegram’s cryptocurrency, 600% increase in iPhone imports and ICT Minister’s first online press conference.
Azari Jahromi - Photo Credit: Iran ICT Ministry
The Minister of ICT, Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, participated in the first online press conference. This conference was live to watch on Aparat, and had about 12,000 views.
This week, we covered Samsung mobile phones’ registry postponement, 650 million dollar facilities dedicated to knowledge-based companies, game developers’ huge contribution and free internet in museums and historical places in the country.
Every week we’ll be bringing you the highlights of Iran’s tech scene in the past week. This week, we covered Samsung mobile phones’ registry postponement, 650 million dollar facilities dedicated to knowledge-based companies, game developers’ huge contribution and free internet in museums and historical places in the country.

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