Saturday, October 8, 2011

Free State Project Now Accepts Bitcoin Donations

The Free State Project is a movement that seeks to bring 20,000 "freedom loving" individuals to move to the state of New Hampshire and collectively create a society in which the maximum role of government is the protection of life, liberty, and property. New Hampshire was chosen as "the land of milk and honey," so to speak, because "a vote that ended in September 2003, FSP participants chose New Hampshire because it has the lowest state and local tax burden in the continental U.S., the second-lowest level of dependence on federal spending in the U.S., a citizen legislature where state house representatives have not raised their $100 per year salary since 1889, the lowest crime levels in the U.S., a dynamic economy with plenty of jobs and investment, and a culture of individual responsibility indicated by, for example, an absence of seatbelt and helmet requirements for adults." The FSP has received favorable commendation from the likes of Dr. Ron Paul, Penn Jillette, and Dane vonBreuchenruchardt, President of the United States Bill of Rights Foundation.

Recently, the FSP has started accepting Bitcoin donations, via the BTCinch eWallet service.

Do you want more information about the Free State Project? Read the Intro to the FSP.

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