Several presidential candidates layout vision for cryptocurrency policy at New Hampshire forum

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Several presidential candidates from both parties addressed the same crowd Monday in New Hampshire.Presidential hopefuls spoke at Saint Anselm College for the Crypto Presidential Forum, an event aimed at getting a sense of where the candidates stand on the policy issues surrounding it.Three candidates, including two Republicans and one Democrat, shared how their administrations would act.“You need to have clear rules that government will provide, right now we don’t have those,” former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said. “Secondly, you need to have consumer confidence.”“In my view, code is a form of speech,” entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy said. “It is a form of expression and it enjoys First Amendment protections.”“I’m just convinced that neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden is in a position at their stage of life to be the ones that really navigate us to the place we have to go,” Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips said.Organizers said 52 million Americans own crypto-currency, including 15% of Granite Staters.

Several presidential candidates from both parties addressed the same crowd Monday in New Hampshire.

Presidential hopefuls spoke at Saint Anselm College for the Crypto Presidential Forum, an event aimed at getting a sense of where the candidates stand on the policy issues surrounding it.

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Three candidates, including two Republicans and one Democrat, shared how their administrations would act.

“You need to have clear rules that government will provide, right now we don’t have those,” former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said. “Secondly, you need to have consumer confidence.”

“In my view, code is a form of speech,” entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy said. “It is a form of expression and it enjoys First Amendment protections.”

“I’m just convinced that neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden is in a position at their stage of life to be the ones that really navigate us to the place we have to go,” Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips said.

Organizers said 52 million Americans own crypto-currency, including 15% of Granite Staters.