U.S. Senate Candidate Wants to Make Dogecoin Legal Tender

U.S. Senate Candidate Wants to Make Dogecoin Legal Tender

In Brief

  • U.S. Senate candidate from California, Timothy Ursich, has urged the chief executive officer of Tesla, Elon Musk, and Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus, to support his campaign.

  • Ursich explained that he intends to provide full and adequate support to the crypto industry by advocating for the mass adoption of the new financial technology.

  • The medical practitioner is counting on the support of the crypto industry to actualize his aspirations.

  • If voted in/elected on June 7th, Ursich plans to draft a bill proposing #Dogecoin as Legal Tender.


A U.S. Senate candidate from California wants to make Dogecoin legal tender in the state.

Timothy Ursich has called on Tesla's CEO Elon Musk and Billy Markus, the cofounder of Dogecoin, to support his campaign in California.

Ursich plans to support the crypto industry by promoting the mass adoption of new financial technology.

The medical practitioner is counting on the support of the crypto industry to help him achieve his goals.

In a recent tweet, Cameron urged Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and Billy Markus, the co-founder of Dogecoin, to support his campaign in California.

California is one of the few states in the US with pro-crypto legislation. The governor recently signed an executive order to regulate the state's industry better.

Billy Markus, in response, has said he will not be voting for the Senate candidate. He gave this response when a follower asked him about his view on the matter.

Despite Billy Markus' lack of support, Dr. Ursich is still going ahead with his Dogecoin plans.

Ursich has asked for Elon Musk's endorsement but has yet to receive a response.

Ursich is also running against the current Senator Alex Padilla. Many people believe that Padilla has more support than any of the other candidates.

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