On December 11, the first Crypto Presidential Forum will take place in New Hampshire, United States. Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Robert F. Kennedy Jr, among other personalities, are invited to the event to present their position regarding cryptocurrencies.
A topic that is always current, given the current role in the economy and finance worldwide, and regarding which there are already strong positions in some countries, such as Argentina, Brazil and El Salvador.
The first Crypto Presidential Forum will be the occasion for the two candidates for the presidency in the United States, in 2024, to express their opinions on cryptocurrencies and associated policies that are of interest to citizens.
Other personalities invited to the forum are the former governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson; North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum; presidential candidates Vivek Ramaswamy and Dean Phillips.
During the event, organized by Stand with Crypto Alliance, a non-profit company “focused on defending clear regulation of cryptocurrencies”, there will be question and answer sessions from attendees to participants.
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. Audience members will be able to submit questions.
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— Stand With Crypto🛡️ (@standwithcrypto) December 1, 2023
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