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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Elizabeth Warren
@SenWarren
The CEO of the world’s largest crypto exchange pleaded guilty to breaking anti-money laundering laws. This is part of a larger trend of criminal activity in the crypto industry and sadly predictable. I urged @TheJusticeDept to investigate Binance for lying to Congress.
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Very Anti-Crypto
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Elizabeth Warren
@SenWarren
Law enforcement and national security officials need additional authorities and resources to pursue money laundering, sanctions evasion, & criminal activity facilitated through crypto. I’ll keep working to pass bipartisan legislation to address this serious and dangerous problem.
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Very Anti-Crypto
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Debbie Stabenow
@SenStabenow
I support the action brought against Binance by the @TheJusticeDept, @CFTC & @USTreasury. We must continue to pursue crypto companies that defraud Americans & enable criminal activity, but enforcement is not enough. Congress must act to regulate this industry & protect consumers.
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Pending Position
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Elizabeth Warren
@SenWarren
Wall Street Journal: "Hamas Needed a New Way to Get Money From Iran. It Turned to Crypto." I've been ringing the alarm bell that crypto-financed terrorism is a national security threat. @USTreasury needs better tools and more resources. Congress must act. wsj.com/world/middle-e…
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Very Anti-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
Crypto accounts for < 1% of all illicit finance activity and would be even less if we created a regulatory structure to allow the crypto industry to operate in America instead of unregulated foreign markets. Crypto is not the problem, bad actors that exist in every industry are. twitter.com/ForbesCrypto/s…
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Rick Scott
@SenRickScott
Xi and his thugs have no business playing big brother to American citizens and how they spend their money. That’s exactly why I am fighting to pass my Chinese CBDC Prohibition Act with @SenTedCruz and @MarshaBlackburn ⬇️ https://t.co/xqxbx1GoSX
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Elizabeth Warren
@SenWarren
.@USTreasury & the IRS proposed a new crypto broker reporting rule to close the $50 billion crypto tax gap. But the rule is facing a two-year delay. @SenAngusKing & I are leading the call to swiftly implement this rule & crack down on wealthy tax cheats. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
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Very Anti-Crypto
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Elizabeth Warren
@SenWarren
No one is above the law, including crypto executives. Sam Bankman-Fried stole billions from everyday Americans and will be held accountable. twitter.com/wsj/status/172…
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Very Anti-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
We have only scraped the surface of crypto assets’ potential. As the article below wisely explains, crypto mining has tremendous potential to help regulate the grid and boost domestic energy production. coindesk.com/policy/2023/10…
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Cynthia Lummis
@SenLummis
Make no mistake, crypto assets are NOT the problem. Bad actors, who exist in every sector, are. The future for crypto assets in America is brighter than ever.
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Very Pro-Crypto
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Neutral Senators