Bitcoin-friendly Miami mayor Francis Suarez launches presidential campaign

by Jun 15, 2023CryptoNews0 comments

The mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez, who has been a strong advocate for Bitcoin and the crypto industry, has declared his intention to run for the presidency of the United States in the next election cycle. Suarez has been spearheading the initiatives to transform Miami into a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, especially in the fields of blockchain and digital assets. He stated that he wants to bring the same vision and leadership to the whole country and to foster a culture of innovation and economic growth. He also promised to advance the adoption and regulation of Bitcoin at the national level, as well as to support other cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and biotechnology. Suarez is the first major candidate to openly endorse Bitcoin as part of his political agenda, and he hopes to win the support of the increasing number of crypto enthusiasts and investors in the U.S.

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