US Federal Election Commission or Approved Congressional Candidates Issue Reward Tokens Based on Ethereum

In late May, Congressional candidate Omar Reyes, who was running for the 22nd Congressional District in Florida, wrote to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) seeking to "distribute Emar Estra2020 based on Ethereum to potential volunteers and any interested voters." "(OMR) token. The letter emphasizes that the token "has no monetary value" and is basically a digital scoreboard as a volunteer. As the election campaign is about to end, its committee hopes to reward the highest number of OMR tokens. Volunteer. FEC Chairman Ellen Weintraub issued a draft advisory opinion on July 5th, stating that the experiment may be allowed, and pointed out that the token itself is similar to the more traditional types of campaign souvenirs and does not violate federal regulations.