Saturday, November 27, 2021

Cardano Creator Proposes Rally in Washington In Support Of Crypto Following Senators’ Failure

The high expectation of the crypto community in the United States was aborted a couple of hours ago after lawmakers failed to unanimously support the crypto amendment in the much-talked-about infrastructure bill.

In this regard, Charles Hoskinson, the creator of the emerging smart contract platform, Cardano, has stated that he’s willing to organize a rally in Washington DC to show his solidarity for innovation in the U.S., especially in the cryptocurrency industry.

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Hoskinson made this known via a tweet a couple of hours ago. He stated that he’ll call necessary people to make the proposed rally in support of crypto a reality.

Charles Hoskinson tweeted, “I think it’s about time we get a rally going in Washington DC. I’m going to make some phone calls. More on this later.”

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Crypto Amendment Blocked in the Senate

As earlier reported, Senators Bernie Sanders (D-VT) and Richard Shelby (R-AL) blocked the trending crypto amendment due to the disagreement over the additional $50 billion military spending.

Slamming the lawmakers marked as failure in the crypto community, Charles Hoskinson said:

These senators, these 87-year-old living fossils, showed the entire world that they were willing to sell the future of our country’s economy out, if they didn’t get their pork.”

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According to the mathematician, there is no intention to keep living in a dying empire and he’s also not willing to leave the country at the moment.

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Solomon Odunayo
Solomon Odunayo is a cryptocurrency journalist with over 3 years of experience in the crypto industry. He's sternly interested in covering developments of emerging and established blockchain projects.

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