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Democratic Mayoral contender Eric Adams has expressed his intention to ensure New York transition into a center of Bitcoin trade if he is elected as a mayor in upcoming elections.
The NYC Mayoral candidate Eric Adams declared his intention to make the city thrive in terms of Bitcoin (BTC) trading and transform New York as a center of Science and Cybersecurity.
Eric Adams is the new mayoral nominee who has openly endorsed cryptocurrency as one of the most influential trading mediums and has promised the residents of NYC to modify the city’s existing financial Infrastructure into a compatible platform that promotes crypto trade.
Adams who has been an active proponent of boosting the crop currency trading in the region has also made promises to stabilize the city’s crime rates and promote the economic structure of the city by employing crypto resources.
Eric Adams Promises to Make NYC a Hub for Bitcoin Mining and Trade
In an interview held on Tuesday, Democratic Mayoral contender Eric Adams has expressed his intention to ensure New York transition into a center of Bitcoin trade if he is elected as a mayor in upcoming elections. Later on, he added how he plans to revise the existing policies related to science and technology and make New York City prosper in terms of technological advancements such as self-driving cars, drones, and BTC trading.
Adams had successfully secured the votes of black and Latino communities and had managed to garner their support which has proven extremely beneficial for his mayoral race.
New York Mayoral Candidate Vows to Fight Crime Rates
Eric Adams also made comments on how his strategy to create a safer New York city includes stabilizing the crime rates of the city. He also conveyed his thoughts on how he envisions modifying the existing economic structure of the city by including Bitcoin trading and cryptocurrency transactions and make it more prosperous through technology and science.
According to the latest reports of the New York Times, Adams had garnered 75000 votes ahead of his competitor Maya Wiley. Andrew Wang, the former presidential electoral candidate and a crypto enthusiast had previously dropped out of the race with 11.7% of total votes.
Adams, who has been conducting an active campaign in the region, has vowed to alter the city’s initial image in terms of economic development and transform it into a prominent Bitcoin hub.