US Presidential Candidates to Discuss Crypto Policies at Coinbase Crypto Forum

US Presidential Candidates to Discuss Crypto Policies at Coinbase Crypto Forum

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By Miles

05 Dec 2023

1 min read


Presidential Candidates gather at Coinbase 'Stand With Crypto' forum in New Hampshire to discuss blockchain ahead of the 2024 U.S. presidential election.

Coinbase's "Stand With Crypto" campaign plans a 2024 U.S. presidential election forum in New Hampshire on Dec. 11. Candidates Asa Hutchinson, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Dean Phillips will discuss blockchain and digital assets.

Invitations were sent to some well-known figures, including former President Donald Trump and independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The purpose of this forum is to provide candidates with a medium and opportunity to address the crypto community on various policies.

New Hampshire's primary on Jan. 23 is important in the presidential race, with President Biden and Trump as likely frontrunners. Recent results have shown Trump leading against other candidates, with Kennedy Jr. emerging as a significant contender.

How the crypto forum happening on Dec. 11 will impact crypto or the election is still uncertain, as top candidates Biden and Trump rarely discuss crypto while  Kennedy Jr. and Ramaswamy have made digital assets key topics in their campaigns.

Former President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele resigned to run in 2024, he’s known for supporting Bitcoin as legal tender and purchasing it for the government.

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