US Presidential Candidates To Discuss Digital Assets in “Stand With Crypto” Forum
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US Presidential Candidates To Discuss Digital Assets in “Stand With Crypto” Forum

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The "Stand With Crypto" campaign initiated by cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase aims to gather candidates for the 2024 United States presidential election.

US Presidential Candidates To Discuss Digital Assets in “Stand With Crypto” Forum

The "Stand With Crypto" campaign initiated by cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase aims to gather candidates for the 2024 United States presidential election for a discussion on blockchain technology and digital assets.

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As of December 4, the campaign's website shows the participation of Republican candidates Asa Hutchinson and Vivek Ramaswamy, along with Democratic candidate Dean Phillips, in a live event in New Hampshire on December 11. The forum will address various issues related to digital assets. Other invited candidates include former President Donald Trump, independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and Republicans Doug Burgum, Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, and Chris Christie.

Opinion polls indicate that President Biden is likely to face Trump in the 2024 election, with the former president leading by double digits against DeSantis, Haley, and Ramaswamy, with percentages ranging from 5% to 13%. A recent poll by Quinnipiac showed Kennedy Jr., an independent candidate who is pro-crypto, at 22% against Trump and President Biden.

The impact of the December 11 forum, held just a month before the primary, on voters' attention towards crypto remains uncertain. While candidates like Kennedy Jr. and Ramaswamy have prioritized digital assets in their campaigns, Biden and Trump rarely discuss crypto and blockchain publicly.

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