“See you back in New York,” Andrew Yang said as he ended his campaign for US president.
Cryptocurrency holders saw an ally in 2020 presidential hopeful Andrew Yang, so the news that he was suspending his campaign on Feb. 11 came as a major disappointment.
As one of the outspoken candidates on blockchain and crypto, Yang outlined his plans for the cryptocurrency industry and discussed implementing blockchain-based mobile voting for the upcoming election.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has spoken of cryptocurrencies being easy to steal and highlighted her desire for additional regulations to prevent fraud.
However, Andrew Yang still has the opportunity to bring his forward-thinking approach to cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology as the mayor of New York City: