Uzbekistan’s Islamic Authority Retracts Fatwa Against Cryptocurrency, Issues Apology
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Uzbekistan’s Islamic Authority Retracts Fatwa Against Cryptocurrency, Issues Apology

Uzbekistan’s highest Islamic authority has retracted a fatwa it issued on June 3 that deemed trading with cryptocurrencies impermissible. This declaration, which stated that cryptocurrency trading violated Sharia law, was mistakenly released on social media due to an oversight. In response, the Fatwa Center issued a statement titled “Correction and Apologies.” The statement disclosed that […]

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