Bitcoin is a digital cryptocurrency based on an innovative peer-to-peer network called a blockchain.
Allman’s Digital Democracy platform empowers constituents to vote on issues via an online voting system secured through blockchain technology. He pledges to vote with the people issue-by-issue.
“Accepting bitcoin is a no brainer. It’s simply another way to realize the benefits of new technology, and I’m an advocate of staying ahead of the curve versus behind it” said candidate Michael Allman.
Allman joins only a handful of other candidates that have accepted bitcoin, including Rand Paul in his 2016 Presidential bid, and Austin Petersen, Republican candidate for Senate from Missouri.
About Michael Allman
Michael Allman, a Congressional Candidate for California’s 52nd District, is a long-time San Diego County resident. He’s an experienced businessman with a distinguished career spanning technology, energy, and international businesses. His platform advocates for the adoption of the principles of Digital Direct Democracy to hold elected officials accountable to their constituents. Michael currently resides in North San Diego with his wife, Lee Ann Allman.