Candidates with Different Positions on Cryptocurrency
In the US Democratic Party, two candidates with different positions on cryptocurrency have declared their run. They are Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Yang.
Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, has criticized cryptocurrencies in the past. She pointed out that cryptocurrencies are easy to be stolen, and many investors are hurt by fraudulent ICOs before.
On the other hand, candidates who are very positive about blockchain and cryptocurrency have run for president in the same Democratic Party. Andrew Yang.
He announced that he would adopt a blockchain-based mobile voting system if he won the US presidential election in 2020. He also says it's technically possible to cast transparent and fair votes using mobile phones and blockchains.
Andrew Yang also announced that he would accept Bitcoin-like cryptocurrencies for fundraising as an election campaign, and Andrew Yang's Bitcoin donation program will have a major impact on the US presidential election.