Robert F. Kennedy Jr. invested up to $250,000 in Bitcoin after Miami’s conference


Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Democratic candidate for the US Presidency, has revealed that he holds a crypto-capitalist investment portfolio worth more than $250,000 in Bitcoin (BTC). Such changes threatened to challenge the status quo of decades of leadership as information from CNBC shows that the embrace of crypto occurred just after Kennedy made his speech at the Bitcoin 2023 Conference in May of this year. At the time, the candidate denied possession of cryptocurrency when he declared that “I am not an investor, and I am not here to give investment advice.” According to a Financial Filing dated June 30th, stated returns on the investment had amassed to less than $201 at current value. Nevertheless, Kennedy remains ambivalent between traditional currency and digital platforms as he has commented that the “U.S. should embrace the major innovation engine led by Bitcoin.” Key supporters in his camp include Twitter founder and Block INC CEO Jack Dorsey who recently threw his support behind the running-candidate on his Twitter post. Of course, Kennedy is no newcomer to politics campaigning, being the son of the former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, and nephew of the 35th President of the United States John F. Kennedy. At this stage in election matters, Kennedy has made his stand on crypto-politics quite clear as positions intertwine in this decentralized industry. While investment platforms remain foreign to US citizens, the high amount of monetary investments from contemporary projects have now actively pursued remediation for SEC and has outgrown traditional markets. Amidst a rich history of presidential heritoge intertwined within this circular arena, Kennedy is now standing tall in the face of interest offered from worldwide leader at wanting to achieve a ‘Net Zero’ promise.

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