- Coinbase released a voter registration tool and education initiative.
- The voter registration tool allows the crypto community to participate in policy discussions in the U.S.
- Coinbase informs its users to participate in this year’s U.S midterm elections.
According to the blog post, Coinbase said that the voter registration tool is to give the crypto community tools to participate in the critical policy discussions happening across the United States. It further reads:
We’ve heard loud and clear from our customers that they want to get involved in these debates and are looking for trusted resources, tools, and support to help them be heard.
Based on the source, although Coinbase does not talk about politics, they always felt the need to engage in the political process at moments when it relates to their mission of increasing economic freedom in the world. Additionally, the blog post read: “Being informed and being engaged are mission critical for the future of crypto.”
Adding on, Coinbase urges everyone to participate as this year’s U.S midterm elections are the most important in crypto’s history. “The leaders we elect will be the future we set for crypto, blockchain, and Web3.”
According to the post, Crypto and Web3 are trending topics of public interest and political debate. Moreover, according to a 2022 morning consult report, as Americans approach the 2022 midterm elections nearly one in four households (24%) own crypto.
Moreover, Chief Policy Officer Faryar Shirzad talked about the campaign in a series of tweets, where he mentioned Coinbase’s initiatives.
1/ Electing leaders who are pro innovation and who favor sensible crypto policy is critical to our mission of increasing economic freedom. That’s why we’re launching an initiative to help the crypto community to get engaged and be heard. Read more: https://t.co/5eNWRdWjvs
— Faryar Shirzad (@faryarshirzad) August 25, 2022
Shirzad said that this initiative will help the crypto community get involved – by registering to vote, learning about candidates, attending town halls, voicing support for crypto innovation, and asking your representatives’ questions, and most importantly, by voting.
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