Senator Ted Cruz Leverages the Turmoil in Canada to Promote BTC Once More

Cruz has entered a rising number of lawmakers in the United States who have advocated for Bitcoin (BTC) acceptance.

Senator Ted Cruz, a Republican, reaffirmed his support for Bitcoin (BTC) on Friday at his Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) speech, praising its decentralized nature.

Ted Cruz believes Bitcoin (BTC) has a bright future since it is completely decentralized and cannot be managed by any government or entity, according to him. He went on to mention a persisting situation in Canada, in which the government enacted emergency regulations in response to the Freedom Convoy truckers’ protest opposing restrictions regarding the immunization against COVID-19.

The Canadian government ordered financial institutions to freeze the accounts of demonstrators, as well as cryptocurrency exchange platforms and wallet service providers. Nunchuck, a non-custodial wallet service provider, faced a comparable notice from the government, and their answer to the government went viral.

The answer of the Bitcoin (BTC) wallet service provider requesting that the Canadian government get better informed on private keys and self-custody wallets was read by Senator Cruz. The response also indicated that, by default, they cannot access any of their users’ financial information other than their email.

Nunchuck’s reaction was dubbed amazing by the Republican senator, who went on to say that governments cannot regulate Bitcoin (BTC), mentioning the Chinese crypto ban as an instance.

Senator Ted Cruz, who has campaigned for the exploitation of waste natural gas for Mining Bitcoin (BTC) in Texas and ended up buying the dip, has entered a rising list of American politicians who are campaigning for Bitcoin (BTC). Nevertheless, his claim that the left is anti-Bitcoin, citing Justin Trudeau as an example, did not go over well with members of the crypto community on Twitter, the giant social media platform. Bitcoin (BTC) is nonpolitical, according to one user, and trying to politicize it as Left against Right is a mistake.

 

While some politicians, including Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lumis, are working to amend the legislation to facilitate Bitcoin (BTC) acceptance, the rest appear to leverage it for their campaigns for office.