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Cryptocurrency Company Partners with Free State Project
« on: March 10, 2015, 12:46:13 pm »

Cryptocurrency Company Partners with Free State Project
ziftrCOIN's new service enables consumers and merchants to accept Bitcoin, and other alternative digital monetary formats.
By Tony Schinella (Patch Staff) February 8, 2015 at 7:01am
http://patch.com/new-hampshire/milford-nh/cryptocurrency-company-partners-free-state-project

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The Free State Project (FSP) announced recently an exclusive partnership with Milford-based cryptocurrency startup ziftrCOIN for FSP’s annual Liberty Forum event that takes place March 5-8 in Manchester.

ziftrCOIN is an innovative new altcoin designed to bring on board the next 10 million cryptocurrency users. Ziftr, the company behind ziftrCOIN, has designed a suite of tools to make cryptocurrency highly accessible and easily adoptable for both consumers and merchants. These tools include ziftrPAY, a secure API that enables merchants to accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, ziftrCOIN and other popular altcoins in addition to credit cards; ziftrWALLET, a multicoin digital wallet, and ziftrSHOP, an online marketplace where consumers can shop their favorite online merchants and pay using cryptocurrency or credit cards. Each ziftrCOIN will have a $1 minimum redemption value when spent within Ziftr’s retailer network.

The Free State Project is a nonprofit charity committed to educating and encouraging libertarian activists on the benefits of immigration to New Hampshire with the goal of creating a free society. Its flagship event, Liberty Forum, is New Hampshire’s premiere liberty conference and will feature over 50 notable liberty speakers from around the country. It also serves as an opportunity for prospective Free State Project participants to learn about the liberty community and explore New Hampshire. Some of the topics covered include Bitcoin, privacy rights, and strategies for effective activism.

The 8th annual Liberty Forum event takes place at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester from March 5-8. A basic ticket costs $125 and covers admittance to all Friday and Saturday speakers, panels and keynote presentations. The VIP upgrade, which costs an additional $150, includes the following perks: a bag with swag, a Liberty Forum t-shirt, recognition in The Free Stater magazine, priority seating at events, and access to VIP and speakers’ rooms.
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