Curtis Sliwa, a candidate for New York City (NYC) mayor, said that he will make his city “the most cryptocurrency-friendly city” in the US if he is elected. He joined more and more mayors and mayors List of candidates to promote the adoption of cryptocurrencies.
Mayor candidate plans to turn New York City into the most crypto-friendly city
New York Mayor candidate Curtis Sliwa shared his vision of making New York City the most crypto-friendly place in the United States. Sliwa is a radio talk show host and the founder and CEO of Guardian Angel. This is an unarmed Crime prevention organization.
He wrote on Twitter on Wednesday: “As the Mayor of New York City, I will make New York City the most cryptocurrency friendly city in the country. Property taxes, fines and fees will be paid in cryptocurrency. We will open more crypto ATMs. And incentivize companies to embrace encryption. We must modernize our economy so that everyone can use it!”
Sliwa is not the only mayor candidate in New York City who wants to see New York become a crypto hub.
Mayor of Brooklyn and former police officer Eric AdamsHe is also currently running for the mayor of New York City and promised in June that New York will become the “center of all technologies” within a year, including the “center of Bitcoin.” Adams won the Democratic primary election for mayor, Silva won the Republican primary election for mayor.
Former presidential candidate Andrew Young While still running for mayor of New York City, he promised that, as mayor, he would invest in making the city “the center of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.” Yang is also a supporter of universal basic income (UBI) and hopes to launch “the largest basic income plan in history.”
Some other mayors of American cities have worked hard to promote the adoption of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.Mayor of Jackson, Tennessee, U.S. recently Said That price Bitcoin As the Fed continues to print money, it will continue to rise. He believes that Bitcoin is “absolutely the currency system of the future.”
Mayor of Miami, Florida Serving Let his city allow payment Bitcoin And may keep some bitcoins in its treasury.At the same time, the mayor LiangguMissouri is raising funds to provide bitcoin to all residents of his city.
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