Perry proposed limiting federal mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and requiring big banks to carry more capital while exempting community and asset management firms from what he called “onerous and excessive regulations” approved by Congress under President Obama’s administration.
Former Governor Rick Perry has ditched the openly Christian positioning on the campaign trail, in favor of a campaign approach that emphasizes his competence as a leader, and, increasingly a populist campaign slant, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports. If he has such a progressive view on Bitcoin, it is expected that if he becomes POTUS, cryptocurrencies won’t be hounded. He is of the view that it was the average American who paid the tremendous price and the fact of the matter is, to be quite frank, everyone got screwed.
Rick Perry has previously been caught comparing homosexuality to alcoholism.
With the remarks, Perry ended up joining the list of politicians that have supported the Bitcoin technology in various ways.
Perry announced his candidacy in June following a failed bid for the Republican nomination in 2012.
The former Texas governor told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that America wants someone who “lives in the real world”, adding the celebrity aspect of the race fueled by Trump will dissipate. In the very next statement, the man ended up asking for a better regulatory climate for the digital currency sector as well.