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FTX's Bankman-Fried Is Already a Political Mega-Donor. He's Doubling Down
The effective altruist has given tens of millions of dollars to candidates. He's planning to contribute hundreds of millions of dollars more.
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The Importance of Politically Neutral Money
The problem with the current payment system.
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FTX Co-CEO Donates $4M to Republican PAC Ahead of US Midterm Elections
Ryan Salame has already donated $1 million to non-partisan crypto PACs in this election cycle.
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Crypto PAC Nets $400K in February From BlockFi CEO, CNBC Contributor and More
Another wave of crypto executives contributed to GMI PAC last month as midterm elections approached.
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State of Crypto: Inside the NRCC's Plan to Accept Crypto Donations
The NRCC will soon accept crypto donations because Republican donors requested the payment method, the campaign committee's chair said.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Is Accepting Crypto Donations in Bid for US Presidency
Rep. Eric Swalwell is accepting donations in six cryptocurrencies to support his bid for the U.S. presidency in 2020.
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Russian Opposition Leader Raises $3 Million in Bitcoin Donations
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has attracted $3 million in bitcoin donations over the last three years.
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Michigan Secretary of State Nixes Crypto for Political Donations
A letter from the Michigan Secretary of State's office states that cryptocurrencies cannot be used for political donations.
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California Bans Bitcoin Donations in Political Campaigns
Candidates for public office in California may not receive donations in cryptocurrency, the state's political watchdog has ruled.
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4 Ways Blockchain Can Disrupt Civic Traditions
Infosys's Peter Loop examines four potential opportunities in which blockchain could improve public processes.
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