I was just reading this Yahoo! article
titled "With 'freedom' in fashion, is libertarianism back?".
It starts out by saying it's not
about Ron Paul, but then goes on to talk about how it looked like a Ron Paul rally at a conservative gathering on primary night in Nevada. It says all different people are starting to come together under the common thread of freedom.
Then it mentions FreedomFest where "thousands will converge on the Las Vegas Strip" for the event July 11 to 14th. FreedomFest began in 2002 and 850 people attended. Last year there were 2,400. I'm thinking this year there will be at least double, possibly even near 10,000 people.
The idea to give Bitcoin exposure at FreedomFest came up here in 2011:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2588.0
Some ideas were tossed out, but it doesn't look like much came of it.
Of course things have changed up to now, and I think this year should be different! Thoughts?http://www.freedomfest.com
FreedomFest 2012: What to Expect
Once a year thousands of freedom lovers from around the world gather together to learn, network, discuss, debate and celebrate liberty – or what’s left of it!
Join us July 12 – 14, 2012 for over 200 sessions on politics, the economy, philosophy, history, geo-political events, finance & investments, science & technology, art & literature, healthy living, music, religion, you name it. There’s definitely something for everyone!