Donald Trump officially endorsed bitcoin

Donald Trump has just said that the US cannot settle for “second place” in the cryptocurrency industry. Hence, he intends to support this market.

Donald Trump enlists in the CryptoArmy

Trump, who is today running for a second term as president, has once again publicly declared his support for the cryptocurrency market. Now he has decided to dot the i's.

Our country must be a leader in this field, second place does not count

he stated in a May 25 post on Truth Social, a social media platform owned by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG).

I am very positive and open to cryptocurrency companies and all things related to this new and emerging industry

– added.

Everything quickly turned out to be a contributing factor to the attack on Joe Biden. According to Trump, the current president wants to destroy the bitcoin and altcoin market.

The post appeared on social media at a special time – before his scheduled speech at the Libertarian Party National Convention in Washington. Every word that Trump used was not accidental, and neither was the timing of the post's publication. It's about fighting for a specific electorate.

This also comes just after Trump announced that his campaign team will accept donations in cryptocurrencies. On May 21, a fundraising page was launched, through which you can support the Republican's campaign with bitcoin and a number of other digital currencies.

Cryptocurrencies have become a political topic

All of the above shows that cryptocurrencies are a political topic in the US today. Trump and his people must have learned from research that part of the electorate pays attention to what a given presidential candidate thinks about bitcoin.

It is also possible that it is also about winning over voters who have so far supported Trump's party rival in the pre-campaign – Ron DeSantis. This controversial Florida governor based his fight for the White House on, among other things, on publicly criticizing CBDC and supporting bitcoin. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is doing the same today, an independent candidate who, however, may steal some votes from both Biden and Trump.

So it's doubtful that Trump genuinely likes cryptocurrencies. All the above declarations are just attempts to take over the electorate and take another step to take control of the White House again.