Andrew M. Bailey, Bradley Rettler and Craig Warmke
In 2022, cryptocurrency is mainstream.
If Tom Brady and Matt Damon aren’t proof sufficient, take into account bitcoin’s vocal conservative followers. Tucker Carlson, Ted Cruz and Newt Gingrich tout it as digital property, helpful for electrical grids, and as a reserve asset. Bitcoin more and more replaces gold in adverts on conservative speak radio. Nayib Bukele’s center-right populist regime has even made it legal tender in El Salvador.