Presidential candidates Asa Hutchinson, Vivek Ramaswamy and Dean Phillips will discuss blockchain and crypto ahead of the New Hampshire Primary.
The “Stand With Crypto” campaign launched by cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase plans to bring candidates for the 2024 United States presidential election together to discuss blockchain technology and digital assets.
According to its website as of Dec. 4, Stand With Crypto confirmed that Republican candidates Asa Hutchinson and Vivek Ramaswamy, as well as Democratic candidate Dean Phillips, will appear in person in New Hampshire on Dec.
“This special opportunity allows you to hear from each presidential candidate and will provide candidates with a venue to address the crypto and blockchain community in New Hampshire,” said Stand With Crypto.
We are excited to announce the first-ever Crypto Presidential Forum!
Join us in New Hampshire to hear directly from candidates about their positions on crypto policy and a wide range of other topics.
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— Stand With Crypto️ (@standwithcrypto) December 1, 2023
At the time of publication, polls suggested that President Biden was most likely to face Trump in 2024, with the former president double digits ahead of DeSantis, Haley and Ramaswamy — roughly 58% to their 5%–13%. 1 Quinnipiac poll showed Kennedy Jr.
It’s unclear whether the Dec. and Ramaswamy, have made digital assets one of the key issues in their campaigns, but frontrunners Biden and Trump rarely speak publicly on crypto and blockchain.
In El Salvador, former President Nayib Bukele resigned from his position on Dec. Bukele advocated for the Central American nation to adopt Bitcoin (BTC) as legal tender and has been behind multiple buys of the cryptocurrency for the government.