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Trump to Energize Bitcoin Convention, Pledges Crypto Revival

Donald Trump, the man who never stops making headlines, is reportedly gearing up to add another feather to his cap by speaking at the year’s largest Bitcoin convention. According to some insiders who spilled the beans to Axios, Trump’s planning to work his magic on the libertarian crowd by making his presence felt at this crypto extravaganza. This event is slated to go down in Nashville, Tennessee, just a week after the Republican National Convention. Talk about keeping the momentum going!

The guest list for this event isn’t too shabby either. Alongside Trump, attendees can expect to see names like presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr., past contender Vivek Ramaswamy, and the dynamic Tennessee duo, Senators Bill Hagerty and Marsha Blackburn. Rumor has it that even Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele has graced this event with his presence in the past.

Trump’s newfound love affair with cryptocurrency marks a stark turnaround from his earlier skepticism. He’s pulling no punches in contrasting himself with President Joe Biden, who seems to view crypto like that weird cousin nobody really trusts. Trump, on the other hand, is positioning himself as the savior of cryptocurrency, promising to end Biden’s so-called war on crypto and ensuring that the future of Bitcoin and its ilk will be forged right here in the good ol’ U.S. of A.

Crypto investors are clearly thrilled with this development. According to crypto.news, these modern-day money magicians have forked over millions to Trump’s campaign, in both cryptocurrency and traditional dollars. Notably, the Winklevoss twins — Cameron and Tyler — also jumped on the Trump train, blessing his campaign with a hefty donation in crypto. It’s no wonder that a campaign official had to partially refund the twins to stay within the legal donation limits. Even in politics, there’s such a thing as too much love.

Tyler Winklevoss didn’t mince words in his endorsement, declaring that the Biden administration has painted a target on the back of cryptocurrency. Given that, he sees Trump as the pro-Bitcoin, pro-crypto, and pro-business maestro who will steer this ship back on course. So, for anyone thinking about this November’s choices, Tyler and his crypto army are making it clear: bet on Trump, or face the wrath of political irrelevance.

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