Press Release “Undocumented Human Crypto Tour” 2016 cont.

Chino Valley Arizona, August 29th, 2016: The Undocumented Human family leaves Arizona today, this crypto tour takes them to Alabama for the Rethinking Everything Conference.

The family has been very busy this year. In June, they drove to Austin in their ’86 Winnebago “Not Yet”, to retrofit the Bitcoin.com bus in time for the fifth annual Jackalope Freedom Festival. The Blush family owners of Brave New Books in Austin Texas, raised the funds by attaining sponsors. They were finally able to create the home of their dreams, and get their bus road ready for travel. The Blush family has toured four times doing crypto only tours. They are an inspiration to all activists. All eyes were trained on the Bitcoin.com bus as it entered Jackalope.

While retrofitting the Bitcoin.com bus, the Undocumented Human family created a proposal for the Dash.org network to vote on. The proposal included the sponsorship of the fifth annual Jackalope Freedom Festival. Part of the proposal included the rebranding of the Winnebago to the Dash Mobile. The proposal passed and since Jackalope Alma and Brian and baby Neo have been sanding and painting and getting stickers made. Their hope while on the crypto tour, is to empower other families to live a more free life by accepting crypto currencies.

You can follow Neo and his families adventure at www.undocumentedhuman.com

Destinations include:

Northern Arizona
Northern New Mexico
Albilene Texas
Somewhere in MO
Rethinking Everything Conference Alabama
Alma Sommer / Brian Stith Undocumented Human Crypto Tour
(480) 861-6070
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Bitcoin with Davi Barker

Davi Barker Bitcoin Not Bombs

On our bitcoin tour, we met up with Davi Barker from Bitcoin not Bombs, the Muslim Agorist, and Shiny Badges. We spoke about bitcoin security, and how to store bitcoin safely.

We learned how important it is to not access the email associated with your bitcoin wallet from an open WiFi source. When attending events, it is smart to use your own WiFi, hotspot, internet connection, instead of a public WiFi. Hackers have somehow been able to steal information that is entered while using a public WiFi connection. If remembering not to enter passwords is hard, it would make sense to use an email account that is not linked to your wallet. Storing your bitcoin directly on your computer rather then using other internet sources, is also a much safer way to protect your finances.

Davi hooked us up with some more A^3 pins, so if you are interested in owning one, you can find us at the Bitcoin Summit, or the Texas Bitcoin Conference. I also purchased the new Bitcoin not Bombs t-shirt for the current hoodie the homeless campaign. If you are interested in supporting the campaign you can find out more info at www.bitcoinnotbombs.com.

Please support our trip by donating to our fundraiser.