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Throw Half A Bitcoin Rand Paul’s Way

If you're into that sort of thing.
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And make history.

In announcing his candidacy for president this week, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky waded into new waters when he said he would accept campaign contributions in Bitcoins, a largely untraceable virtual currency, in amounts up to $100...While some state and federal candidates in California, Colorado, New Hampshire and elsewhere have started accepting Bitcoins, Mr. Paul, a Republican, is the first presidential candidate to do so.

In Accepting Bitcoin, Rand Paul Raises Money and Questions [NYT]
Earlier: Texas Senate Candidate Will Take Bitcoins Because Freedom

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