Cryptocurrency enters New Hampshire GOP Senate race

Bruce Fenton, who portrays himself as a Bitcoiner and unregulated economies advocate, reported his mission Wednesday, saying he will run on a foundation of opportunity, common liberties, unregulated economies and harmony. He is the CEO of Chainstone Labs in Portsmouth and the overseeing head of Watchdog Capital, an authorized protections financier firm.

“I’m particularly against the lockdowns, development passes and different maltreatments we’ve seen in the course of the most recent two years. I’m agreeable to individual decision, sound financial matters, free enterprise and little government,” he said in an explanation.

Hassan, a Democrat, is looking for her second term in Washington. Notwithstanding Fenton, six different Republicans have reported crusades, including resigned Army Brig. Gen. Donald Bolduc, state Senate President Chuck Morse and previous Londonderry town director Kevin Smith.

New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley called Fenton a fanatic whose section in the race focuses to disappointment with the current field of competitors.

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