The last 18 months have been a roller coaster ride in the crypto world. Bitcoin rose 305% in 2020 and is still 24% up on the previous year despite pulling back from a high of $ 65,000 in April. But it is not those who have invested in Bitcoin, the forefather of cryptocurrencies, who are reaping the benefits.
Dogecoin (CCC: DOGE-USD), the meme coin that started as a joke in 2013 and was loved by TESLA CEO Elon Musk, has created a shortage of new millionaires. Although the crypto coin has fallen from its high of $ 0.72 in early May, DOGE is still up a staggering 12,000% since January 1, 2021. The massive surge in the crypto coin has changed the lives of many everyday people. One such person is Omar Navarro.
Omar Navarro, born and raised in Inglewood, California, is President of the ON Fund. As the son of Mexican and Cuban immigrants, Omar’s story is one of America’s dreams. After founding a company – ON Strategic Consulting in 2016, Omar successfully combined his passion for politics and marketing with political consulting and online marketing.
After some high profile for the seat of the 43rd. The result? The value of Omar’s crypto portfolio soared, and the 32-year-old Republican and Volunteer Transportation Commissioner for Torrance, California became one of the world’s growing crypto millionaires thanks to DogeCoin.
United Hispanic America PAC’s founder and president, Omar, is a strong proponent of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Omar has a proven track record of advocating blockchain technology to improve voting transparency. Omar said:
“The future of voter integrity is blockchain technology”
“Blockchain-enabled e-voting (BEV) could reduce fraud and increase voter access.”
“Eligible voters cast their votes anonymously using a computer or smartphone.”
“BEV uses an encrypted key and a tamper-proof identity card”
While talking about crypto, Omar said on his Twitter feed:
“The American dollar is worth zero while the banks control the monetary system through the Federal Reserve. Cryptocurrency is run and valued by people, not by special interests. “
With plans to run for Congress again in 2022, U.S. lawmakers need more crypto-friendly and crypto success stories like Omar’s.