Crypto Protest Song Nets $10K: Singer Takes a Stand Against Senator Warren’s Anti-Crypto Army

• Elizabeth Warren announced plans to form an „anti-crypto army“ which sparked a protest song written by Jonathan Mann.
• Mann’s song was sold as a non-fungible token (NFT) for 5.324 ETH, or approximately $9,649.59 USD.
• Crypto proponents argue that the U.S.’s stance against progress is futile and will ultimately fail.

Elizabeth Warren Announces Plans for Anti-Crypto Army

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren has been vocal in her opposition to cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, from opinion pieces to open letters, and even a bill that would have placed anti-money laundering (AML) requirements on decentralized crypto products. On March 29, she took things further by announcing plans to raise an „anti-crypto army.“ This news stirred up conversations on crypto Twitter, with many community members and industry leaders reacting – including Jonathan Mann, popularly known as songadaymann.

Jonathan Mann Writes Protest Song Against Warren

Mann is an artist who claims to have written a song every day since January 1, 2009; he sells his work as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the blockchain. In response to Warren’s announcement of forming an anti-crypto army, he wrote a protest song that argued blockchain technology and applications like NFTs ensured that artists like him did not have to share earnings with big corporations which offered streaming services – but that their plans would entrench their power instead of helping working families as intended by the senator.

Song is Sold for 5.324 ETH

Despite the controversy surrounding it, Mann’s song sold for 5.324 ETH (approximately $9,649.59 USD at the time of purchase) after 21 bids on April 1st via his auction website – yielding unexpected returns for the singer/songwriter..

Crypto Proponents Criticize US Stance Against Progress

Crypto proponents were critical of Warren’s stance against progress in the sector, arguing that it was futile effort for her and her supposed “anti-crypto army” to try and stop development in this space – given its global reach and potential implications across multiple industries worldwide..


Ultimately this story speaks volumes about how both cryptocurrency enthusiasts reacted quickly to Senator Elizabeth Warren’s announcement regarding her anti-crypto efforts while also demonstrating how powerful digital assets such as NFTs can be in terms of generating revenue – even when used in protest situations such as these!