Who is BitPAC?
There is no surer path to the broad acceptance of Bitcoins as a fully legitimate currency - free of unreasonable government regulation - than aligning the interests of Bitcoin users with those of politicians.

And there is no better way to do so than through campaign contributions to key legislators in Bitcoin atthe maximum lawful amount.

That's why we've started BitPAC - A Political Action Committee designed to raise funds in Bitcoin to make campaign contributions to select, bi-partisan leaders in the House & Senate. We can ensure that decisions about Bitcoin are made by those who've benefited from Bitcoin.

Contribute now to help save BitCoin.

Our principal policy goal is for mainstream acceptance of Bitcoins as a form of currency without external government interference.

Saving Bitcoin for We, the People
BitPAC is fighting hard to keep bitcoin free of the volatility experienced by all currencies throughout the recession. Caused by political differences and financial institutions, bitcoin must remain autonomous to achieve this. Help BitPAC battle the desire of the government to regulate!

How Bitcoin Works

Cryptographers sought ways to create a digital currency for years. And then finally, during one of the worst recessions, a mathematical genius created the solution. Simple on the outside, highly complex and secure on the inside.

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What Is Being Said About Bitcoin
"It will be everywhere and the world will have to readjust. World governments will have to readjust."
John McAfee, Founder, McAfee INC John McAfee, Founder, McAfee INC
“We have to make improvements in our payment system. The progress of humanity depends upon it”
Mark Thornton, senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute Mark Thornton, senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute
Bitcoin "may hold long-term promise, particularly if the innovations promote a faster, more secure and more efficient payment system."
Ben Bernanke, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, Fed Chairman
“Bitcoin is relatively international, and there are some ideas to use it to alleviate poverty in the less developed countries"
Georgios Papadopoulos, Economist Georgios Papadopoulos, Economist
Latest Posts
09 Jan 2014

New PAC Launches Just To Support Candidates Who Support Bitcoin

Published in Business Insider: Link here. Last week we told you how Texas Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) became the first sitting elected official in Washington to accept Bitcoin for his 2014 campaign against Sen. John Cornyn. Dan Backer is going to make sure Stockman is not the last. Today, Backer, a campaign finance lawyer, is[.....]

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06 Dec 2013

Why the Chinese can’t get enough of Bitcoin – despite bank ban

Bitcoin trading is still high in China, even with new regulations banning banks from using the digital currency. By Peter Ford, Christian Science Monitor / December 6, 2013 BEIJING At the Garage Café, a dimly lit magnet for young programmers and entrepreneurs in Beijing’s hi-tech Zhongguancun district, one topic dominates the low hum of conversation: Bitcoin.The crypto-currency’s value[.....]

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04 Dec 2013

Could Bitcoin replace the Dollar?

By Jose Pagliery  @Jose_Pagliery NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Imagine a world in which you can buy anything in secret. No banks. No fees. No worries inflation will make today’s money worth less tomorrow. The digital currency Bitcoin promises all these things. And while it’s far from achieving any of them — its value is unstable and it’s rarely[.....]

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29 Nov 2013

Bitcoin campaign donations have regulators scratching heads

Federal agencies are examining how the digital currency — which is accepted by some candidates — fits in with the law. By Becca Clemons/Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON — On the website for Jim Fulner’s U.S. Senate campaign, 34 letters and numbers appear in a string above the “Donate Now!” button. They are the code for[.....]

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21 Nov 2013

FEC: Donors Can’t Use Bitcoins

Originally Found at: Source Political organizations can’t accept contributions in the form of bitcoins, at least for now, The Federal Election Commission said Thursday. The commission passed on a request by the Conservative Action Fund, a political action committee, to use the digital currency. That group had asked the FEC recently whether it could accept[.....]

Protect Bitcoin from Politics

Dear Congress,

Bitcoin is a revolutionary currency created, spent, and invested by hundreds of thousands of Americans.

Big banks and big government bureaucrats don't like the idea of money over which they have no control. But freedom from government & Wall Street interference is Bitcoin's greatest asset.

We call on Congress and the Obama Administration to allow BitCoin, the world's first free, global and stateless currency, to evolve and flourish free of unnecessary government interference.