Political Action Committee Calls For Support of

Political Action Committee Calls For Support of "Bitcoin Candidates"

The 1911 United Political Action Committee (better known as a super PAC) is calling for support of what they're aptly naming "bitcoin candidates". The call for action, posted on the super PAC's website says that they "want to offer everyday people the opportunity to unite and influence the political landscape in a way that allows Bitcoin to be seen for what it is - currency freedom." "Bitcoin provides a unique opportunity for everyday people to participate in a movement that could change the world," they say. "The virtual currency is not just a new way to send and receive money - it is a....


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