Jul 6, 2020
Add the U.S. presidential election to the growing list of volatility drivers as the bitcoin market enters the second half of 2020.
CoinDesk's Post-Trust Election package explores a world in which voters have lost faith in democracy and how tech might fix the problems it's created.
Cynthia Lummis, who won an open U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming, wants to explain bitcoin's value to her new colleagues.
The FEC is open to allowing mining pools to donate to political campaigns, but such donations would qualify as "contributions."
US election officials are considering a request that, if approved, would let people contribute to political campaigns by mining cryptocurrencies.