Presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy is now the second US Presidential candidate to accept Bitcoin donations for the 2024 elections, following Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Ramaswamy announced, “Give $1. Let’s make the 2024 election a referendum on fiat currency.” During his speech, he flashed a QR code which redirected to a payment gateway accepting Bitcoin and its smallest denomination, Satoshi. BitPay was the payment service of choice for Bitcoin donations, although it supports various other cryptocurrencies. Donations of up to $6,600 are accepted by US citizens, and donors will be awarded an NFT. In February, the Kansas House of Representatives lawmakers introduced a bill capping crypto political donations at $100.