There’s no such thing as a free lunch (or snack) or a Texas Senator Ted Cruz Knowing this, conservatives Cryptocurrency to parliament.
On Wednesday, Cruz accept the solutionrepresents the adoption of cryptocurrencies in parliament as a payment exchange for settling transactions. If the resolution is passed, the U.S. government could sign deals with food retailers and vending machine operators that accept cryptocurrencies. An ACCEPT resolution is not a bill, Simultaneous resolution, used to make or amend rules of the House and Senate. In other words, the ACCEPT resolution does not apply to vending machines or food sales outside the Capitol grounds.
“Inviting the Architects of the Capitol, the Secretary of the Senate, and the Chief Executive of the House of Representatives to contract with food service and vending machine contractors for the Capitol complex that accepts cryptocurrencies, and for other purposes. Simultaneous resolution to request.” The resolution reads.
The resolution does not specify whether the resolution will ban cash or card payments or what the timeline for this resolution will be for cryptocurrencies of any kind. Cruz’s office did not immediately respond to Gizmodo’s request for comment.
According to CoinTelegraph, Cruz has been a crypto advocate in the past.Specifically, Senators Decentralization of Bitcoin,description twitter “Leftists hate Bitcoin because they can’t control it,” Cruz reportedly bought an investment Early last year Bitcoin was somewhere in the $15,000 to $50,000 ballpark.
The ACCEPT resolution is an oddly small resolution and the next step is for the Senate and House to agree (or disagree) on whether to implement it. The resolution does not require the approval of President Joe Biden.