The third of February happens to be the national day of Space Technology in the Iranian calendar. This day was named after the successful launch of Iran’s first Satellite, which was placed in orbit in February 2009. Read more about Iran's space technology on TechRasa.
Until the 22nd of this January Iran National Center for Cyberspace has counted more than 754 thousand and 516 Persian channels on Telegram messaging app in its daily analysis on the activities of Iranian users.
Iran’s Minister of ICT, Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, had a seminar with country’s startups, focusing on finding solutions for their issues and obstacles. In this seminar, he mentioned: "The 500 billion Tomans (110 million USD) budget for startups will be handed out to its applicants in different forms."
Till now we’ve heard a number of big companies attempting to provide free internet service for developing countries. Google, Facebook, Apple, SpaceX are among those who promised this humanitarian act to reach out about 4 billion people in the world. But now it seems that a company is beating them to it.
The government of Iran has no official and specific stance on trading cryptocurrencies. Although Bitcoin trading at the moment is not against the law, Iranian authorities showed their concerns in this matter.
Although every day more and more shopping malls are popping up across Iran, there's one fashion e-commerce in the country which is offering products that are not easily found in retail shops. Modiseh is an online fashion e-commerce known for its exotic discounts and stylish fashion products in Iran.