“I’m going to take my first three paychecks in Bitcoin. I haven’t received my first check yet.” – New York City Mayor.

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“When I talked about blockchain and Bitcoins, young people on street stopped and asked me, ‘What is that?’” Eric Adams said.

New York Mayor-elect Eric Adams said on Thursday he’d take his first three hires in bitcoin and gestured his end to form his megacity the “ center of the cryptocurrency assiduity” after he takes office in January.

Two days after winning the mayoral race, the Brooklyn Democrat used Twitter to advertise how he’ll be paid originally as a public menial. Adams twittered his three- stipend crypto scheme after assaying a tweet from Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, who stated that he plans to easily accept one stipend in bitcoin.

“ NYC is going to be the center of the cryptocurrency assiduity and other presto- growing, innovative diligence,” Adam’s tweet.

Adams’ pledge was a response to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez’s Twitter statement that he will accept his paychecks in Bitcoin.

Now the race has begun between Miami and NYC to come back the middle of the cryptocurrency assiduity as their two mayors contend to show their metropolises into capitals for digital currency.

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