Bryan Solstin, a United States Senate candidate, has committed to focus on making Bitcoin (BTC) legal tender if elected.
On March 15, the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and privacy advocate Bryan Solstin said on Twitter that he intends to make the flagship digital asset legal tender his “primary objective”:
“I declare my candidacy for US Senate. Making Bitcoin Legal Tender in the USA will be my primary objective on the Senate floor. Bitcoin is the Great Reset.”
Legal tender in the United States refers to all government-issued currency and coins, such as US cash dollars and Federal Reserve notes. As a result, the law recognizes them as a method of settling public and private debts, as well as satisfying other financial responsibilities like as legal fines, damages, or tax payments.
If Bryan Solstin is able to enter the Senate and successfully fight for Bitcoin to be recognized as legal tender, residents would be allowed to use the digital asset to pay off debts, among other things.
The original creditor would not be required to accept it, but the act of tendering would enough to discharge the obligation.
The “Great Reset,” as Solstin refers to it, is the name of a World Economic Forum (WEF) program in which the organization has established “dimensions to build a new social contract that honors the dignity of every human being.”
WEF Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab has stated that capitalism need a “Great Reset,” or a rethink of “all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions.”
According to him, every country must take part in this Great Reset, “and every industry, from oil and gas to technology, must be transformed.”
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