Senator on ABC news: “I Do Hope To Bring Bitcoin Into The National Conversation”
Boom, and there you have it folks. A few months ago, we were enthusiastic when Australian morning TV shows were mentioning VeChain on their news items. By now, ABC News, one of the biggest television channels in the US, which reaches hundreds of millions, interviewed a US Senator and spoke about Bitcoin live on the air.
ABC was speaking to newly elected Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lummis (whom we celebrated two days after the US election, when states were still counting to see who would become President in fact) and the questions were around the election, Donald Trump, … and Bitcoin.
Good Morning America
Presenters of GMA, which stands for Good Morning America, spoke about her Bitcoin holdings (she’s been HOLDing since 2013 in fact) and asked Ms Lummis, whether she wanted to bring Bitcoin to the US Senate discussions. She confirmed that this was indeed her idea:
I Do Hope To Bring Bitcoin Into The National Conversation
I’m a former state treasurer and I invested our state’s permanent funds, so I was always looking for a good store of value, and Bitcoin fits that bill. Our own currency inflates; Bitcoin does not. It’s 21 million Bitcoin will be mined, and that’s it, it is a finite supply. So I have confidence that this will be an important player in store of value for a long time to come.
“I do hope to bring Bitcoin into the national conversation.”— The Wolf Of All Streets (@scottmelker) November 14, 2020
She’s a US Senator.
Crypto advocates in the US went wild upon learning about the interview and Wolf of All Streets analyst Scott Melker immediately talked up the interview and resent it to his many followers on social media.