Important Update: Cryptocurrency Contributions


In March, New Hampshire Libertas was also informed that Coinbase was making changes to their Merchant Tools, which have been used to process recurring Monthly Contributions, and that on April 30, we would no longer be able to generate new orders using Coinbase Merchant Tools. Existing recurring payments in cryptocurrency did not appear to be affected.
However, Coinbase recently terminated the account we were using to accept recurring Bitcoin payments. If you were making recurring Monthly Contributions with Bitcoin, you will need to cancel your recurring payment, and I ask that you create a recurring payment using PayPal. Also note that the Bitcoin address for one-time contributions, that some were using to manually send recurring contributions, has also changed.

If you appreciate our efforts, please consider starting or increasing a monthly pledge via PayPal.

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Please demonstrate your confidence in our efforts by investing a one-time contribution via PayPal, BitcoinDash or other cryptocurrencies.

In Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry
President, New Hampshire Libertas

The mission of New Hampshire Libertas is to advocate for minimal government and maximum human freedom by weighing all legislation against the litmus of our principles and responding accordingly by testifying in legislative hearings, holding court with individual legislators, and crafting liberty-minded legislation.

Our goal is to acquire a mere $5,000 per year in contributions from people like you to help pay for travel and administrative expenses. If you are interested in helping fund New Hampshire Libertas, you can start with a recurring contribution of as little as $5 a month. Every contribution helps bring us that much closer to achieving our goals and ensuring liberty in our lifetime.

New Hampshire Libertas is not for hire to the highest bidder, and will advocate for 100% freedom on every issue, every time. New Hampshire Libertas specializes in Election Law (specifically ballot access reform and voter rights), Freedom of Information / Government Transparency, Criminal Justice Reform.