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Form Letter for those looking to quickly support the Token Taxonomy Act (2019 Version)


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US is lagging behind. And it is getting worse. All US residents should use this and file it.
(Me I am European, so I cannot)
The irony is that US is supposed to be the Land of the Free. So free the DA´s now.
(In fact US is a very reactionary Nation - Die-Hard)

Enter Clint Eastwood. American actor. Spaghetti Western, made in Italy. Classic.
 

Wake up AMERICA to a new world order that is shaping!!! One of these Nights, soon, it will be to late.

 

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@Hodor awesome idea mate. Unfortunately I'm in New Zealand otherwise I'd be absolutely supporting the cause. I feel any US citizens that doesn't  get behind this really has no reason to complain about regulatory authority slow progress. Have we got one for India as well :D. Thanks once again for showing initiative,  you're a leader amongst men. 

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6 hours ago, Dizer said:

@Hodor, Just contacted my US representative. He did respond to my inquiries in the past, so I'm very hopeful he will respond to this message that I just sent him.

Thanks for the great idea.

Thank you! 

Note: I also edited based off of a response I got on Twitter about this.  Somebody sent me a response they received a few months ago when they had previously written their own representative.  I added a section to indicate how the act also protects investors, as I think that there are some other 'hidden' special interests attempting to obstruct progress - for whatever reason - under the guise of 'investor protection,' even though the representative in question acknowledged that the ICO market had dried up. 

It was an internally-inconsistent message, which is why I think we need to take that line of reasoning away from those that would use 'investor protection' to oppose progress.  It's like saying that:

"Since the Internet has hosted scam sites, we should just say 'no' to the Internet."

It's a completely irrational response, but I decided to add a section in the form letter connecting the dots for investor protection. 

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THANKS, HODOR!!!  This is especially timely right now because the Token Taxonomy Act will be presented THIS WEEK (first week of April) to Congress.  If you live in the States, you can email, write, or tweet your representative and give your input as a VOTING constituent.  The representative who is introducing the bill has also included a link with the names of all of the reps on the Financial Services Committee (see below).  If you live in the States, its a no brainer to voice your support of this.  

 

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17 hours ago, Hodor said:

Thank you! 

Note: I also edited based off of a response I got on Twitter about this.  Somebody sent me a response they received a few months ago when they had previously written their own representative.  I added a section to indicate how the act also protects investors, as I think that there are some other 'hidden' special interests attempting to obstruct progress - for whatever reason - under the guise of 'investor protection,' even though the representative in question acknowledged that the ICO market had dried up. 

It was an internally-inconsistent message, which is why I think we need to take that line of reasoning away from those that would use 'investor protection' to oppose progress.  It's like saying that:

"Since the Internet has hosted scam sites, we should just say 'no' to the Internet."

It's a completely irrational response, but I decided to add a section in the form letter connecting the dots for investor protection. 

Completely agree. Thanks for all the great things you do for the XRP community. You are an invaluable resource to this community.

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