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Cool green mayor giving a grand in Bitcoin to each resident By Cointelegraph


Cool green mayor giving a grand in Bitcoin to each resident

Cool Valley, Missouri, a small town of about 1,500 in the St. Louis County area, found itself the subject of international attention recently after its mayor, Jayson Stewart, announced that he planned to give each resident up to $1,000 in .

Stewart is a dedicated environmentalist and has spent many years cleaning the oceans. He believes that Bitcoin education can help increase the well-being, sustainability, and prosperity of the town. As a passionate environmentalist, Stewart dreams of a world free from the pollution caused by unresponsible litterers. He envisions a future in which Bitcoin is able to clean up many of these ills.

Hoping to soon see a Bitcoin-friendly bank in town, Stewart sees Bitcoin as an avenue that can lift the town’s fortunes by way of increased wealth and business opportunities like mining facilities, and even Bitcoin events.


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A map showing water clean-up efforts he organized around the world. source: LinkedIn

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