MADISON, Wis. — Mark Clear is believed to be the first Wisconsin politician to accept Bitcoin as a campaign contribution.
If that’s true, Clear is now the first to stop accepting Bitcoin contributions.
Clear, a Madison alderman running for state representative, recently returned about $100 worth of Bitcoin to a donor after learning the Government Accountability Board had dismissed Bitcoin at its March meeting as “something we shouldn’t waste our time on.”
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