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Crypto entrepreneur Brock Pierce considers running for U.S. Senate

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Wed, Nov 24, 2021

After the defeat of the U.S. presidential campaign, crypto entrepreneur Brock Pierce said he would return to politics. He also submitted a "statement of organization" to the U.S. Federal Election Commission. Brock Pierce said in an Instagram post that he is considering running for the seat of the soon-to-retire Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy. The document allows him to start raising campaign funds.

Brock Pierce is one of the co-founders of the blockchain software company Block.one. He announced in July last year that he would participate in the US presidential election as an independent person. He missed the deadline for several states to include his name on the ballot. He was also indicted on suspicion of securities fraud at a campaign rally in September 2020. Pierce also co-founded other crypto projects, including stablecoin Tether (originally called Realcoin) and venture capital firm Blockchain Capital.

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