Support for Bitcoin comes from New York mayoral candidate Eric Adams. He said he would make New York the city of cybersecurity and “Bitcoin” if elected president.
The USA may gain another Bitcoin-friendly city after Miami. New York mayoral candidate Eric Adams also supported Bitcoin in the USA, which has recently lost great progress in crypto currency mining, especially with renewable energy.
Adams, the candidate of the Democrats, used the following statements in his speech:
“I promise New Yorkers. When I’m elected president, you’ll see another city. This city will be the center of science, cybersecurity, self-driving cars, drones and Bitcoins.”
It was also noteworthy that Adams used the phrase “the center of Bitcoins”. Presidential candidate Andrew Yang, another Bitcoin supporter, was eliminated in the early rounds of the primary.
Adams, who managed to collect votes from every part of the city except Manhattan, is now ahead of all his rivals. Adams promises to reduce crime and increase economic development in New York. It is expected that the Latinos and blacks of Adams will also win the vote…
The New York mayoral election will be held on November 2. The current elections are only the individual qualifying rounds of the pre-selection.
After Miami, is it New York’s turn now?
As it is known, the mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez, is also known for his support for cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin. Miami, where the largest Bitcoin organization ever made was held in the past weeks, is also in the process of mining crypto money with nuclear energy.
The state of Texas in the USA is also one of the rapidly advancing regions in cryptocurrency mining.