Here’s how crypto-linked PACs are spending in the New York and Florida primaries 

Quick Take

  • Crypto-linked super PACs have spent more than $3.6 million to influence elections in Florida and New York ahead of Tuesday’s primaries.
  • Here’s where the money went.

Crypto-linked super political action committees (PACs) have poured $3.6 million into congressional races in New York and Florida, flexing some political muscle on both sides of the aisle ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.

Political leaders in New York and Florida are among the most outspoken in the nation about digital assets. The mayors of Miami and New York City have taken paychecks in cryptocurrency, for example.

Now, with Washington lawmakers pitching new rules to regulate the digital markets, cryptocurrency executives are boosting candidates for the House of Representatives in both states. Although crypto PACs are hardly