Buy Bitcoin and ammunition starting 2020, says Pete D’Abrosca

Buy Bitcoin and ammunition starting says Pete D Abrosca

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Bitcoin and ammunition will be Pete D’Abrosca’s investment choice in the next decade. His statement has shocked everyone in the Capitol Hill. The conservative congressional candidate from the seventh district in North Carolina has said that he will want to invest in both Bitcoin and ammunition starting 2020. His statement is viewed with scepticism since he wants to convey his displeasure about the state of the economy in the next decade.

D’Abrosca is facing stiff competition from the incumbent Republican Congressman David Rouzer. He popularity score is much lower and is not likely to win in this election. Still, his views bring both positive and negative sentiments to the crypto community in the United States. Nevertheless, the US political scene certainly has one more crypto positive voice to boast.

 Pete D’Abrosca Bitcoin and ammunition gets mixed reactions

The reaction to the Pete D’Abrosca’s Bitcoin and ammunition statement has been mixed. However, the crypto industry is getting recognition and some support in the congress. Bakkt CEO, Kelly Loeffler, will soon be a US Senator from Georgia. She is expected to bring in a whole new crypto perspective to the congress. Industry members view this as a huge win for the crypto realm.

Kelly Loeffler will be supporting Trump and vote against his impeachment. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said that she, along with Senator Perdue, will back President Trump to keep America great. Loeffler has been selected to garner female votes and also represent women in leadership positions across the globe.

Crypto and Capitol Hill don’t rhyme well

Cryptocurrency isn’t debated much in the Congress. Even President Trump doesn’t like Bitcoins. However, some Republican party members do approve of regulated use of cryptocurrencies. Same can be said about many members of the Democratic party as well where crypto supporters are on the rise.

Democratic candidate Andrew Yang ruffled some feathers when he said that donations in Bitcoin and Ethereum had powered his 2018 campaign. Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard, too, holds crypto assets in her portfolio. Pete D’Abrosca Bitcoin statement, thus, doesn’t come as a surprise.

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Gurpreet Thind

Gurpreet Thind is pursuing Masters in Electrical Engineering at University of Ottawa. His scholarly interests include IT, computer languages and cryptocurrencies. With a special interest in blockchain powered architectures, he seeks to explore the societal impact of digital currencies as finance of the future. He is passionate about learning new languages, cultures and social media.

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