Coinbase has announced the launch of an educational program on US crypto politics. Indeed, this initiative will include a voter registration portal based on voter positions.
Participants will be able to ask candidates questions on crypto topics
While the crypto market is in a slump, the Coinbase platform is drinking the broth for the second quarter of this decidedly complicated year. With results that show a massive loss of over $1 billion. And in front of this, the competition is doing rather well – at least better – from the leader Binance or the very young, but very aggressive platform FTX. The latter has announced revenues of $1 billion for the year 2021.
According to the exchange, the educational program will allow users to freely express themselves on various political and regulatory issues related to crypto-currencies in the United States. All this through discussions and useful learning tools.
Today, Coinbase launched a voter registration tool as part of a broader educational initiative to give the crypto community tools to participate in critical policy discussions taking place in the United States. Our customers have told us loud and clear that they want to get involved in these debates and are looking for reliable resources, tools and support to help them make their voices heard.
Faryar Shirzad, Coinbase ‘s director of policy and former White House security advisor, said, “The exchange started the movement because electing leaders who are pro-innovation and promote sensible crypto policy is critical to Coinbase’s mission.”
In addition, Shirzad stressed that the company believes in making informed voting decisions.
In addition, attendees will be able to ask candidates questions on cryptographic topics that interest them. This is so they can understand their position at the regulatory level. This option can strengthen the relationship between politicians and the crypto community.