Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: If elected president of the United States, he will nominate crypto-friendly people to the SEC

Odaily Planet Daily News US presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said that he does not want anti-cryptocurrency people to appear in the SEC. He also attacked securities regulators for protecting banks rather than the American people. “What they’ve done is vague, opaque, and doesn’t bring transparency to our system.” In an interview, he expressed his admiration for bitcoin while criticizing the way the SEC has regulated the cryptocurrency industry. He said that if he is elected president, he intends to nominate cryptocurrency-friendly people to the US SEC. (Bitcoin com) According to previous reports, US Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (Robert F. Kennedy Jr.) announced that he would accept bitcoin donations when he participated in the 2023 Bitcoin Conference held in Miami, becoming the first in US history. Presidential Candidate Accepting Bitcoin Campaign Contributions. During his appearance at the conference, he praised cryptocurrencies as “a symbol of democracy and freedom.”

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