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Purpose: 100% of donated funds go for the promotion of digital currency
on Capitol Hill, and protecting the rights and interests of BitCoin owners.

7 Step Lobbying Plan for Each Representative

For each $90 worth of BitCoins, we will spend about 3 hours to:
1. Make an appointment with a Congressman or Senator office of your choice
preferably in your state or congressional district, giving us a good lead in.
2. Go to their office in the House or Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill
3. Make a presentation, preferably to the politician, or his staff member
4. Help the person to get set up with an account, such as CoinBase
5. Send a small gift of .0001 BTC (well under the $50 limit) to get started,
build their understanding, and makes them a stake holder in digital currency.
6. Follow up with them in the next days with a thank you message and cc: to you
7. Remind them to resist any legislation which would restrict digital currency.

Donations also help us pay for our prestigious K Street office address,
brochures, better business cards, Metro travel, presentation materials,
and a better web site.

You can donate any amount at the addresses below.

Bitcoin (BTC)

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For donations via Coinbase for no transaction fee
BTC: 
17LhWot6skDRqPQjYhHT5u4qAZeBsPj54z

coinbase

LiteCoin (LTC)

LXSw5KQKfg6nRqDs7c1YWWazoyQJ61EAQb
coinbase

Ethereum (ETH)

0x3eD1402C64B427F85228A09E48f717ed9f461a1a

coinbase

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

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Over 100 alternative coins at

CoinPayments.Net


For those who prefer the "traditional" system of credit cards:


You can also send a check to:
Charity International Corporation
Attn: Rick Shaddock, A-DC
1629 K Street NW, Suite 325
Washington, DC  20006

Questions or problems please email info@A-DC.org

Association for Digital Currency
Supporting acceptance of digital currency
202-540-9920


We thank the donors so far
Payments posted updated every week

Site Date Donor Amount Balance
A 11/01/2012 Rick S. $500 $500

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