Libertarian Party Of Texas And Other Political Organizations Accept Bitcoin Donations

Libertarian Party Of Texas And Other Political Organizations Accept Bitcoin Donations

The Libertarian Party of Texas announced their acceptance of Bitcoin donations recently: "Accepting Bitcoin offers our members and donors another option when it comes to financial contributions to the Libertarian Party of Texas," said Patrick Dixon, Chair, Libertarian Party of Texas. "I am very proud that our party is the first in Texas to accept Bitcoin." For a full list of Political Organizations that accept Bitcoin donations, check here. The Libertarian 2014 State Convention. On April 11th through April 13th, the Libertarian 2014 State Convention was held at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic....


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