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Francis Suarez, Miami’s Mayor Wants Part of His 401K Retirement in Bitcoin


Miami’s Bitcoin-loving mayor, Francis Suarez, told a reporter at Real Vision’s Takeover event in Las Vegas on Friday that he’s planning to take some of his 401K retirement in his favorite cryptocurrency.

Furthermore, This is coming just a month after his reelection. Then, Francis Declares he will receive his next paycheck in Bitcoin. Of course, Francis Suarez is currently collecting some wages in Bitcoin through payments processor Strike.

Also, in response to the new development, Jackson, Tenn., Mayor Scott Conger tweets: “All of our employees will soon have this option.”

Recall, Sometime in January, The three of them has discussuons on how Bitcoin will become Francis Suarez mission to make Miami
“the most crypto competitive city on the planet.”


“All of our employees will soon have this option. The RFP is out and proposals due on the 22nd.”

https://t.co/Hhjuk5j6ne — Mayor Scott Conger (@MayorConger) December 12, 2021

Lastly, Francis Suarez explains to Miami’s Bitcoin Carnival attendees that he’s
“trying to create the Bitcoin, blockchain, and mining capital of the world.”


Consequently, the city’s governing commission notes that Francis Suarez proposes paying city workers in Bitcoin.

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