What Members of the U.S. Senate from the 117th Session of Congress Support Crypto?

Below is a list of all U.S. senators from the 117th session of congress and whether they are supportive of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. You can also view crypto stances broken down by senate committees.

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Recent Stances By Senators On Crypto

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Bill Hagerty
@SenatorHagerty
Earlier this year, I joined @JDVance1 and my colleagues in calling out the SEC’s abuse of power. While this news is an encouraging first step, much more must be done to restore the SEC's accountability and ensure it drops its groundless hostility to crypto innovation. pic.twitter.com/AAsO7UKTMz x.com/business/statu…
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
I joined @SquawkCNBC to discuss the details of my brand new stablecoin legislation. The bill will cultivate innovation and allow the rapidly growing crypto asset industry to continue to gain a foothold in the U.S. while ensuring there are adequate consumers protections. pic.twitter.com/RNFb0CCztf
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
Today, Team Lummis hosted a lunch and learn to celebrate this year’s Bitcoin halving. Thanks to @mempool for their awesome block explorer! Watching #Bitcoin live never ceases to amaze. pic.twitter.com/yNJfc20ucU
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
About every 4 years, the programmed amount of Bitcoin created every 10 minutes is cut in half, aka the “Halving.” This ensures the supply is always increasing relative to the amount being created. Supply & demand is the basis of economics and Bitcoin is no different.
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
Happy Halving! The 'Halving' is one of Bitcoin’s ingenious features that creates scarcity and value, in the same way that scarcity in gold creates value. So, what exactly is the Halving? And, why is today’s extra special?
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
Today's Halving is extra special because for the first time ever Bitcoin will become more scarce than gold. Bitcoin continues to prove itself as a store of value and the Halving is a key reason why. Happy Halving!
· via Twitter
Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
The Bitcoin network has a programmed schedule to create new Bitcoin approximately every 10 minutes for “miners” protecting the network with powerful computers. This mining process uses energy to create new bitcoins, just like gold miners use energy to extract more gold.
· via Twitter
Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
In order to meet the growing demand for our ever-evolving financial industry, we need to craft legislation that strikes the careful balance of establishing a clear and workable framework for stablecoins while protecting consumers. My bill with @gillibrandny achieves just that. x.com/CoinDesk/statu…
· via Twitter
Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
Crypto assets are going to continue to change the world, and the U.S. is at a crossroads - embrace innovation and lead the world forward or get left behind. Let's pass comprehensive stablecoin legislation to take the first step in ensuring our nation is a leader.
· via Twitter
Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
The Lummis-Gillibrand Payment Stablecoin Act solves key policy challenges that have lingered around previous proposals & provides prudential regulation & added consumer protections to stablecoin issuers. But above all, it allows innovation to prosper.
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Very Pro-Crypto
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