Mike ter Maat, the Libertarian Party's vice presidential nominee, emphasised that digital asset policy might play a minor role in the 2024 U.S. presidential elections.

Ter Maat, alongside presidential nominee Chase Oliver, advocates for minimal government intervention in the cryptocurrency space, opposing the need for new regulatory structures.

Despite acknowledging the increasing attention on digital assets from major political parties, he believes issues like inflation and foreign policy are likely to take precedence among voters.

Ter Maat also expressed concerns about the Federal Reserve's potential involvement in central bank digital currencies, emphasising the importance of preserving the development of cryptocurrencies.