Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has pushed for the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to take charge of regulating “all crypto,” along with a final plea to the U.S. Congress to offer clarity for the crypto industry before the 2024 presidential election.

Cuban believes that such clarity could potentially help secure another presidential term for Joe Biden.

“You could solve this problem for Biden by passing legislation that defines registration that is specific to the crypto industry just as other industries have registration that is defined for them,” Cuban declared in a May 10 post on X.

He further claimed that if Biden isn’t reelected for another presidential term, the SEC and its Chair Gary Gensler, known for their tough anti-stance against crypto, may be held responsible, as crypto voters “will be heard this election.”

“If Joe Biden loses, there is a good chance you will be able to thank Gary Gensler and the New York SEC,” he added, before suggesting the “better option” of assigning “all crypto to be regulated by the CFTC.”

Cuban echoed the argument that has been heard by other leaders in the crypto community in recent times that Gensler has made it “nearly impossible” for legitimate crypto companies to operate within the U.S. due to his enforcement-focused regulatory approach.

“Crypto is a mainstay with younger and independent voters. Gensler HAS NOT PROTECTED A SINGLE INVESTOR AGAINST FRAUD.”

46 enforcement actions were taken against crypto firms alone in 2023, according to litigation consulting firm Cornerstone Research data.

Meanwhile, CFTC Chair Rostin Behnam believes there is going to be another cycle of enforcement actions within the crypto industry in the next 6 to 18 months.

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The United States election is set to happen on November 5 and crypto seems to be a key issue for many voters within the country.

On May 7, Cointelegraph reported that in an online poll conducted in April with 1,201 registered voters, more than two-thirds of those surveyed somewhat or strongly agreed that “crypto is for people like them, and more equitable than the financial system.”

The Biden administration has faced numerous controversies from the crypto community in recent months.

Most recently, Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson claimed it was “unambiguously clear” the Biden administration is trying its best to “destroy the American cryptocurrency industry.”

This comes after Biden claimed that his administration plans to veto a joint resolution to overturn SEC guidelines that discourage banks from holding crypto assets in custody.

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