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How Pro-Crypto Can You Be as a US Presidential Candidate?

US Presidential potentials Vivek Ramaswamy, Asa Hutchinson, and Dean Phillips have shown their overwhelming support for crypto, but remain the most unfavorable candidates

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As the US presidential race heats up, candidates are deciding where they sit on the crypto spectrum: full-on bull or full-on bull sh*t. With crypto positioning itself as the alternative, decentralized, middle finger to traditional financial structures, leveraging on the industry for widespread support is a risky game.

However, with potential Bitcoin ETFs converting the most traditional of TradFi players, showing your support for Web3 could be a winning political strategy.

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