Cryptocurrencies creep into US politics as candidates offer NFTs as incentives for donors

US Congressional candidates are beginning to break into the world of cryptocurrency by selling non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to help finance their campaigns in the midterm elections.Democrat Shrina Kurani, an engineer who is running for a House seat in California, and Republican Blake Masters, who is vying for the Senate in Arizona, have offered NFTs as incentives for donors, to varying degrees of success.But these are still the early days of crypto’s push into politics. Few candidates have cashed…


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