US Congressman candidates seek to raise $1 million in bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations

According to the Bitcoin Exchange Guide, Stanford University engineer Agatha Bacelar is running for US Congress, with the goal of raising $1 million in cryptocurrency. Currently, Bacelar has received $476,81 in cryptocurrency contributions, with the next target of $75,000 and the ultimate goal of $1 million. In order to accept cryptocurrency donations, Bacelar is using Coinbase and accepts Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin and USDC. Bacelar said that he hopes people will help pick out the importance of understanding this breakthrough technology (encryption technology) and ensure that the United States will not fall behind. Bacelar also called for us to use blockchain technology to build an innovative, better and more just society in the future.