39%
Yes
61%
No
31%
Yes
51%
No
7%
Yes, but only for cryptocurrencies that hold stable value without price fluctuation
6%
No, classify cryptocurrencies as unregulated commodities
3%
No, but the government should create an official digital currency
1%
No, classify cryptocurrencies as highly regulated securities

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  @ChaseOliverLibertarian  from South Carolina answered…6mos6MO

Sellers and consumers should be able to determine which methods of payment best suit their transactional needs.

 @988C9KW from New York answered…2yrs2Y

No, classify them as a Ponzi scheme(pyramid scheme), and take criminal action against those who promote them.

 @9N6RHRB from Michigan answered…2wks2W

I say no, as they fluctuate so much, they pose a risk of falling into simple 1-digit numbers, and increase cyber-attacks on crypto-currency wallets, as these currencies are seen as an equavlent of the Mona-Lisa

 @db from Mississippi answered…2wks2W

I support the use of cryptocurrency, but, government classification could lead to government regulation for crypto or even CBDC.

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