Andrew Yang, the Bitcoin supporter running for US president, dropped out of the presidential race with just nine months left until polling day. Yang who came into the limelight in 2017 after declaring his intentions to run for president is popular for supporting crypto especially bitcoin. Andrew cited small followers as the main reason for dropping out of the competitive upcoming elections.
The main political opponent to Vladimir Putin, Alexei Navalny, has received donations of around 591 Bitcoin (approx. $3 million) since 2016. The Russian opposition leader has managed to raise weighty funding in cryptocurrencies for his political campaigns.
The prominent blockchain and cryptocurrency advocate Andrew Yang, who also wants to participate in the 2020 United States (U.S) presidential election on the Democratic party ticket, could win all votes from the crypto community in the nation. Andrew has now officially declared his plans to create strong and effective regulations on cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and others, which the country presently lacks.
The 2020 U.S presidential candidate, a pro-bitcoin maniac and a founder of Venture for America, Andrew Yang recently made a vital breakthrough, and this has seen his campaign gain momentum. Andrew’s presidential campaign gained massive traction in the first two debates organized by Democratic National Committee.
Ron Paul, the former US presidential candidate, is considering with continued attention the potential hope that a combination of cryptocurrencies and gold could ultimately substitute the U.S. dollar sooner or later.