Donald Trump has tweeted specifically, "I am not a fan of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which are not money, and whose value is highly volatile and based on thin air." He described bitcoin as "an unregulated crypto asset that can facilitate unlawful behavior, including drug trade and other illegal activity." Trump doubled down on his stance by tweeting, "We have only one real currency in the USA, and it is stronger than ever, both dependable and reliable. It is by far the most dominant currency anywhere in the World, and it will always stay that way. It is called the United States Dollar!" Joe Biden is playing a more neutral approach to cryptocurrencies. "I don’t have Bitcoin, and I’ll never ask you to send me any," Biden tweeted after the massive Twitter hack in July. You can probably predict his stance based on his VP pick in Kamala Harris (Senator from California) and by reading his stances on the internet in 2011: "the Internet (technology) itself is not inherently a force for democracy or oppression, for war or peace. Like any public square or any platform for commerce, the Internet is neutral.” Trump's personal website was taken down by hackers (using Monero) on Tuesday, which probably won't soften his stance on cryptocurrencies anytime soon. And while it's still technically possibly for Kanye West to become president, Kanye talked recently on a Joe Rogan podcast and said about bitcoiners, "these are the guys that really have a perspective on what true liberation of America and humanity will be," he said, "A lot of tech guys were able to use the new information highways and create the next frontier of our existence." Americans, please do a Google search for "how to vote" and make sure you have a plan to vote!