Crypto Policy

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Our society here in America and around the world, for that matter, is transforming faster and faster because of technology. But, of course, the Internet is one of the critical drivers of this transformation. To be sure, Artificial intelligence, robotics, and other internet-powered technologies are just the beginning of a new, unknown, and exciting era for humankind.

We’re living in an era of great transformation, but it’s hard to keep up with all the changes. Things are moving so fast that it’s hard to know which technology will take off and which will fizzle. It seems like every day, a new start-up company is getting in on the Cryptocurrency scene.

But, I believe Cryptocurrency is here to stay. It’s only going to become more prevalent as we move further into this digital age. As an America First candidate for Congress, I believe in the transformative power of the technologies known as blockchain and Cryptocurrency. I have made it a policy mission to help voters and other candidates understand this exciting new technology better.

A particular part of our society being transformed that affects us directly in California, our country, and the entire world is our economy and how we use money. Our economy and the money or currencies are changing faster and faster because of technology; in some ways, we understand, and in other ways, we do not. A particular reason for this accelerated metamorphosis is the Internet. As a result, trade, commerce, finance, securities exchanges, and currencies are explicitly evolving, upsetting our traditional regulatory policy understanding and the notion of products, services, consumers, buying, selling, and trading.

We all know that we are better interconnected than ever before. Still, the technology can be confusing and hard to understand. With so many new technologies out there, it can be hard to keep up with what’s essential and what’s not. Cryptocurrency is one of those technologies. To reiterate, we are better interconnected with each other like never before in human history with our supercomputer-like smartphones in our pockets, always-on social media, anywhere access to our emails, Internet of Things, and for some now, blockchain and Cryptocurrency Exchanges.

Some of you reading this policy article may ask yourself, what are Cryptocurrencies and Cryptocurrency Exchanges? Also, with so much going on in our state of California, America, and the world, why is a candidate for Congress writing a policy article on Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges in the first place? Aren’t there more pressing issues like runaway inflation, out-of-control crime, a war in Europe, and more to be concerned about as a Congressional candidate?

I agree that runaway inflation, out-of-control crime, a war in Europe, and so many other pressing issues like unsecured and open borders, homelessness, and higher and higher gas prices at the pump, outrageous electric bills are all critical concerns that need to be adequately addressed by any congressional candidate that genuinely cares to serve the best interest of his or her constituents, Congressional District, state, and country.

However, I am writing a policy article on Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges because I believe our economy, and how we use currency in that economy, is transforming faster and faster because of technology, mainly because of blockchain. In the 1990s the Internet was just starting to become well-known, accessible, and widely used by the public. My rhetorical question to you trading this article is this; the countries that did not embrace or were too slow to adopt the Internet in the 1990s, where are they be today in the year 2022? The economies that will not or are too slow to adopt Crypto, where will their economy be tomorrow?

Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges will continue to influence and affect our entire economy predictably and in some unpredictable and unforeseen ways. The more popular Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges become, the more likely it is that consumers will adopt more Cryptocurrency, like the Dollar, Ruble, or Yuan, as a medium of exchange for goods and services.

With that stated, our economy will be directly transformed by Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges, which will impact how we fund social services for homelessness, pay for goods and services, pay for police and fire for public safety, finance our schools, and adequately address inflation or, worse, deflation!

Therefore, Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges will play an essential part in our economy’s coming years. As an America First Congressional candidate, I will boldly propose compelling, thorough, and much-needed policy proposals that serve the best interests and economic wellbeing of California’s redrawn and newly created 40th Congressional District, Orange County, the state of California, and the United States of America.

That is why my official campaign slogan is, “Vote Fuji For Congress to Save America; it’s Now or Never! “

I genuinely believe that as Americans, we must cooperate as a nation immediately to work together to safeguard our economic wellbeing by ensuring our United States economy remains the world’s preeminent, trusted, and sole world reserve currency issuer. It’s Now or Never!

Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges, therefore, can play a crucial part in ensuring our United States economy remains the world’s preeminent, trusted, and sole world reserve currency issuer. To understand this policy proposal more thoroughly, let’s review a critical component, called blockchain, making Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges a reality for so many investors, consumers, and businesses.

Blockchain is the underlying technology for the Internet-dependent decentralized public ledger phenomenon known nowadays as Cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is becoming more and more popular for some investors to buy, sell, and trade. This has led to the creation of Cryptocurrency Exchanges, which act as intermediaries between buyers and sellers and charge a commission or transaction fee. Cryptocurrency Exchanges operate like an intermediary – a brokerage firm – between a buyer and a Cryptocurrency seller that allows buyers to deposit money using several methods like direct bank transfer, debit or credit cards, etc. However, to reiterate, it charges a set commission or fee for every transaction done using its services.

Explained in another way, Cryptocurrency exchanges are digital platforms where users can buy, sell, or trade other Cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual tokens that use cryptography to secure their transactions and to control the creation of new units. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not entirely regulated by governments or banks. Bitcoin, the first and most well-known Cryptocurrency, was created in 2009. Cryptocurrency Exchanges allow users to buy, sell, and trade Cryptocurrencies using traditional currencies like the U.S. dollar or the Euro. To repeat, some exchanges also allow users to trade Cryptocurrencies for other Cryptocurrencies.

To summarize, more simply, Cryptocurrency Exchanges are often used to buy, sell, and trade other Cryptocurrencies, which in turn consumers use their profit to purchase other goods and services in the economy. Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges are real, just as real as the speculative unknowns of trading and selling currencies on FOREX or foreign exchange markets.

Accordingly, let us recognize that particular consumers, investors, politicians, and businesses leaders may or may not feel comfortable with the whole concept of Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges: Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges are here to stick around for the long term as an instrument of transaction for monetary investing, a medium of exchange for goods and services, comparable to other currencies like the Dollar, Russian Ruble, or Chinese Yuan. Also, notice the listing of inferred monetary sustainability status currencies, more on that in another associated article.

In summary, in this article, there are pertinent Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges related questions that should be addressed by all Congressional candidates and members of Congress to achieve the following goals:

• Regulate the use of Cryptocurrencies to ensure legality and safety

• Prevent unethical or illegal Cryptocurrency use

• Encourage responsible Cryptocurrency investment and use

• protect consumers and businesses from the risks associated with Cryptocurrency Exchanges

• ensure Cryptocurrency Exchanges based in America become the world’s most trusted, popular, and used Cryptocurrency Exchanges to prevail in today’s Cryptocurrency arms race.

Cryptocurrencies are a new and rapidly growing form of investment, and the current regulatory framework for them is insufficient.

Cryptocurrencies are currently treated as property for tax purposes, but this classification has caused confusion and inconsistency among taxpayers, tax practitioners, and the IRS.

A future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency should advise the IRS to treat cryptocurrencies as currency for tax purposes. This would provide clarity and consistency for taxpayers, tax practitioners, and the IRS.

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Consumer trust, approval, and adoption of Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges, as a mechanism of exchange for goods and services, have been advancing every week, every month, and every year; in America and worldwide. Yes, I am spelling Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges with the capital letter C and E, but more in another article about why I am using a capital C for Cryptocurrency and E for Exchanges.

Then what are the decisive questions as it applies to Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges? All Congressional candidates, I believe, should be publicly debating with one another vigorously and civilly as soon as possible about the funding and establishment of a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory commission.

Also, as an experienced educator, I believe in inquiry-based learning, which encourages students to ask questions and complete research while learning various concepts to develop their ideas. Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges can be a complex and confusing topic for many people, especially for current Congresspersons and other government officials.

This is why I formed the following questions with an inquiry-based goal in mind to understand the following questions that I hope will inspire my fellow Congressional candidates and current Congresspersons to work together to find immediate, reasonable, and thoughtful solutions for Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges, the intended goal for the US economy to remain the world’s preeminent, trusted, and sole world reserve currency issuer.

Sample Question:

Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, not subject to “traditional” direct physical government or financial institution control.

So, the question is, how do you regulate a currency that is not subject to direct physical government or financial institution control?

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Here are the following questions for my fellow candidates, members of Congress, and our federal agency leaders about Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges, with the intended goal for the US economy to remain the world’s preeminent, trusted, and sole world reserve currency issuer.

Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges are a new and rapidly growing technology. Still, as of this writing, no federal commission or agency is solely tasked with regulating their use. Without proper regulation, Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges could be used for illegal activities such as money laundering or tax evasion.

Could a newly established Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges commission-focused agency be trusted to be successfully tasked for developing rules and regulations for using Cryptocurrencies to buy and sell on a Cryptocurrency Exchange and ensure that they are used safely and legally?

Is it time to create a new federal agency or commission to oversee the regulatory policy of Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges?

In one sentence, what would be the number one priority or core mission for such a Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges agency at the federal level?

For example, the number one priority for a future Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges agency at the federal level could be to ensure the safety and security of the American people’s investments.

So, what would a prospective Cryptocurrency regulatory agency be called? For example, I recommend the name Cryptocurrency Exchange Commission.

Do we, the public, want or need a new federal entity to advocate for the administration of Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges’ regulatory policy at the national level; Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges are becoming more and more popular, but no one is regulating them at the national level. Unfortunately, this leaves much room for scams and fraud.

Do we need a Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency to protect consumers and help the industry grow responsibly?

Would the new Cryptocurrency regulatory agency be responsible for forming and enforcing regulatory policies that stimulate Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges’ security, privacy, and adoption?

I ask this question because Cryptocurrencies are still in their early stages of consumer development and lack comprehensive regulation that would stimulate security, privacy, and adoption. Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges are vulnerable to attack without proper regulation, and investors have little recourse if their funds are stolen. Therefore, the new entity should be responsible for forming and enforcing regulatory policies that stimulate Cryptocurrencies security, privacy, and adoption.

Cryptocurrency Exchanges are a new and rapidly growing industry that lacks an adequate regulatory policy. As a result, the Cryptocurrency Exchanges industry is open to fraud and abuse without a proper regulatory policy agency. Cryptocurrency Exchanges must be regulated to protect investors and ensure the industry’s integrity.

Is a Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory body at the federal level capable of satisfactorily overseeing the Cryptocurrency Exchange industry while simultaneously adhering to the United States Constitutional rights for investors and consumers?

What Cryptocurrency policies would a future Cryptocurrency regulatory agency propose, prepare, or a request from Congress and other federal agencies, like the IRS, Department of Labor, etc.?

Cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography to secure its transactions and control new units. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, not subject to government or financial institution control. As a result, the popularity of Cryptocurrency has surged in recent years, with more people looking to invest in this digital asset.

So what would the new Cryptocurrency regulatory agency’s updated version of our traditional Constitution’s Seven Money Clauses look like?

The process of mining for Cryptocurrency can be incredibly energy-intensive and often requires specialized hardware and software. In addition, this specialized hardware and software consume enormous amounts of electricity. Should the new federal agency work with the proposed future Department of Technology and the Department of Energy to produce more energy-efficient methodologies and sources for Cryptocurrency mining? This would help reduce the environmental impact of Cryptocurrency mining while also ensuring that this growing industry remains environmentally friendly.

Would the new federal agency successfully work with the Department of Technology and the Department of Energy to produce more energy-efficient methodologies and sources for Cryptocurrency mining?

Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges are a new and rapidly growing phenomenon, but no agency is currently tasked with regulating them. This leaves the door open for fraud and abuse, as well as market manipulation. We need to create a Cryptocurrency regulatory agency to protect investors and ensure that the cryptocurrency market remains healthy and stable.

Will there be enough bipartisan support in Congress to vote for the funding and creation of a Cryptocurrency Exchanges regulatory agency?

Cryptocurrencies are often seen to get around government regulation, but could they also be used to create a more transparent and accountable government? Unfortunately, government agencies have much mistrust by the public, especially in politically divided times. So people are looking for ways to create a more autonomous, impartial, transparent, and accountable government. Cryptocurrency could be the theoretical, technological answer. People can vote with their wallets to create a more democratic and responsible government with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.

How autonomous, impartial, transparent, and accountable could a Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency be in reality in a politically divisive climate?

Cryptocurrencies are a new and rapidly evolving technology that present unique challenges for regulators. Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges are a new and rapidly evolving technology that present unique challenges for regulators. These challenges include consumer protection, money laundering, and terrorist financing. Future Cryptocurrency regulatory agencies, in theory, could advise, regulate, and participate with other financial industry-government entities to ensure that Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges are used safely and responsibly.

How would a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency advise, regulate, and participate with the accompanying financial industry focused government entities:

  • Bureau of the Public Debt,
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,
  • Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council,
  • Federal Reserve Board,
  • Federal Trade Commission,
  • National Credit Union Administration,
  • National Technical Information Service,
  • Office of the Comptroller of the Currency,
  • and the Securities Exchange Commission.

Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges are new and innovative technology, but they are also volatile and risky. The value of Cryptocurrencies can rise or fall quickly, and there is no guarantee that they will be worth anything in the future. A future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency could help to maintain stability and public confidence in the Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchange system by advising Congress, banks, and the President on how to regulate Cryptocurrencies. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or FDIC is an independent agency created by Congress to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system.

How can a prospective Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency advise Congress, banks, and the President to maintain stability and public confidence in the Cryptocurrency system, similar but not identical to the FDIC?

Governments and central banks are struggling to keep up with the rapid innovation of Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges and their potential to upset the status quo. Cryptocurrencies present a real challenge to government control and eventually make traditional currency systems obsolete.

Do we need a new federal agency that can keep up with the rapidly changing world of Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges and help regulate them in a way that benefits everyone involved?

Cryptocurrencies are decentralized; therefore, Cryptocurrencies cannot be altogether blocked or restrained entirely by nation-states or central banks. Internationally there are thousands of Cryptocurrencies; what particular Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrencies would, could, or realistically the new Cryptocurrency Exchange agency regulate?

Stablecoins are cryptocurrencies that attempt to peg their market value to some external reference. Could a Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency realistically regulate stablecoins; Cryptocurrencies are incredibly volatile, making them a risky investment. The value of Cryptocurrencies can swing wildly from day to day, making it difficult to know whether you’re getting a good deal when you buy them. Stablecoins, in theory, could help stabilize the cryptocurrency market and make it easier for people to invest in digital currencies.

Should a Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency encourage Congress to authorize a sovereign United States Dollar stablecoin?

Cryptocurrencies are often seen as unstable and not backed by anything.

Cryptocurrencies are often seen as unstable and not backed by anything. This is because most cryptos are traded against other cryptos, which can cause huge price swings.

Sovereign is the perfect word to describe stablecoins like USDT and TUSD. These coins are pegged 1-1 with real world currencies, making them a more stable option for trading and investing.

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Tether is called a fiat-collateralized stablecoin; what successes or failures can be learned about Tether? What should a future United States stablecoin be called? How can the word sovereign be applied to a stablecoin or Cryptocurrency in a sovereign-currency context?

Cryptocurrencies are incredibly volatile, which makes them a questionable choice for everyday transactions.

The price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can rise or fall by hundreds or even thousands of dollars in a single day. This makes it a challenge to use them as currency.

A sovereign United States Dollar stablecoin would be much more stable and could be used for everyday transactions. Congress should authorize such a coin to help stabilize the cryptocurrency market.

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Cryptocurrencies are often seen as a threat to government-controlled currencies. Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges could potentially disrupt the entire global financial system. Establishing a regulatory agency for Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges at the federal level would help to ensure that they are used safely and responsibly. Many Central Banks look at Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges as a direct adversary to their monetary jurisdiction, authority, profit, and immediate threat to their sovereign currency. The US Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, is categorized as an independent government agency. However, their monetary policy-setting body, the Federal Open Market Committee, does not require approval by the President or anyone else in the executive or legislative branches of government.

Would the US Federal Reserve be against or in favor of establishing a Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency at the federal level? If so, why?

Cryptocurrency or Cryptocurrency Exchanges are often seen as a clandestine haven for criminals because of Cryptocurrency’s anonymous and decentralized nature. By some estimates, Cryptocurrency-based crime hit a new all-time high in 2021, with illicit addresses receiving $14 billion over the course of the year. Unfortunately, Cryptocurrency-based crime is on the rise, with criminals taking advantage of the anonymity and decentralization of Cryptocurrency.

Could a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency help protect consumers from criminals by implementing stricter regulations and enforcing them?

How could a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency protect consumers from criminals? In particular, victims of human trafficking, money laundering, terrorism, and scams?

Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges are new and exciting technology. Still, as with traditional money, criminals also use them to pay for, support or encourage criminal enterprises or activities. As a result, cryptocurrency crime is on the rise, and it’s happening right under our noses.

Do we need a Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency to be tasked with the specific mission to undercover, investigate, and prosecute criminal Cryptocurrency activity involving politicians and government officials?

Cryptocurrencies are a new and innovative technology, but they are also often used for criminal activity.

Cryptocurrency is often used for criminal activity because it is anonymous and can be hard to track.

A future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency could discover, investigate, and prosecute criminal Cryptocurrency activity involving politicians and government officials.

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What advice could a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency at the federal level give to Congress to draft and vote on a new law similar to our Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)?

How could a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency discover, investigate, and prosecute criminal Cryptocurrency activity involving politicians and government officials?

Cryptocurrency is a new and rapidly growing industry that has yet to be regulated by the federal government.

Cryptocurrency is susceptible to fraud and corruption that certain politicians may take advantage of for self-enrichment without proper regulation.

The Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency at the federal level would advise Congress to draft and vote on a new law similar to our Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). This would help voter confidence and ensure that politicians voting on or involved in the Cryptocurrency industry operate fairly and honestly.

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Foreign governments and companies convince certain US citizens to commit espionage that targets US assets and interests in exchange for monetary rewards. How can a future Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency detect and prevent espionage involving Cryptocurrency?

Countries worldwide are still trying to figure out how to regulate Cryptocurrencies and Cryptocurrency Exchanges. In addition, there is a lot of debate about whether or not Cryptocurrencies or Cryptocurrency Exchanges should be regulated at all. Some people think that Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges should not be regulated because this could stifle innovation. However, other people believe that Cryptocurrencies should be regulated to protect investors and prevent criminal activity like but not limited to money laundering.

In theory, a Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency that becomes a success in the United States could be emulated by other countries worldwide. This would help create a uniform set of regulatory policies and regulations for Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges, which would benefit both investors and businesses working in the industry. For example, suppose a future Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges regulatory agency becomes a success in the United States.

Should other countries emulate that regulatory agency in their country?

Cryptocurrencies are a new and complex investment, and the IRS doesn’t currently have a comprehensive policy for them. Cryptocurrencies are becoming more and more popular, but the IRS hasn’t released a complete guideline for them yet. This leaves taxpayers in limbo, not sure how to report their earnings or if they even need to report them at all. The future Cryptocurrency regulatory agency should advise the IRS to create a clear and concise policy for Cryptocurrencies. This will help taxpayers understand their obligations and ensure that everyone is paying their fair share of taxes.

Aside from Form 8949 is the tax form used to report cryptocurrency capital gains and losses; what specific Cryptocurrency policy advice should a future Cryptocurrency regulatory agency give to the IRS?

America’s outdated immigration laws prevent Cryptocurrency miners from relocating and setting up shop in the US. America is losing out on a ton of business because our immigration laws are not keeping up with the times. We’re falling behind countries like Canada, which have made it easy for Cryptocurrency miners to relocate and set up shop. The US should update our immigration laws to encourage, facilitate, and expedite Cryptocurrency miners to relocate and open shop in America. This will help us stay competitive in the global market and potentially create thousands of jobs for American workers.

A future Cryptocurrency regulatory agency could propose what immigration laws to Congress?

Some countries have a favorable regulatory climate for Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. What particular Cryptocurrency policy advice could a future Cryptocurrency regulatory agency offer Congress to become more competitive?

Cryptocurrency is a new and rapidly changing form of currency. Because of this, it isn’t easy to create regulations around it that will be fair and effective for everyone involved. The cryptocurrency market is growing rapidly, but the lack of regulation means that there are a lot of scams and illegitimate businesses taking advantage of people who want to invest in digital currencies. A Cryptocurrency regulatory agency could submit amendments to Congress that would help to create a safe and fair environment for investors while also encouraging innovation in the Cryptocurrency industry.

What Constitutional Amendments could be submitted to Congress by a forthcoming Cryptocurrency regulatory agency related to Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges?

The Communist authority of the Peoples Republic of China is working hard and fast to construct a single global Cryptocurrency to take over the United States Dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

Should Congressional candidates and members of Congress be cooperatively dealt with or held uniformly culpable if China (PRC) becomes successful in supplanting the United States Dollar as the world reserve currency with their own?

Why do some individuals look at Cryptocurrency and Cryptocurrency Exchanges as a scam, a Ponzi scheme, or not a legitimate form of currency?

Various governments, in particular China and Russia, around the world are working hard to make their Cryptocurrency Exchanges located in their country the most trusted, popular, and adopted place to buy, sell, and trade Cryptocurrencies.

What can Congressional candidates, current members of Congress, and a future Cryptocurrency regulatory agency do to ensure Cryptocurrency Exchanges based in America become the world’s most trusted, popular, and used Cryptocurrency Exchanges? Are we in a Cryptocurrency arms race?

Hypothetically speaking, in the distant future, for the purpose of academic conversation, if Cryptocurrency replaces today’s currency, what would supplant Cryptocurrency as an instrument of transaction of goods and services?

Cryptocurrencies are a new and rapidly growing asset class that present unique risks and opportunities.

As policymakers consider how to regulate cryptocurrencies, they must carefully weigh the benefits and risks of this technology.

A well-designed Cryptocurrency Exchange regulatory agency could help protect consumers and support innovation in the cryptocurrency industry.

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