Bitcoin Foundation chooses system that allows attendees to register with bitcoin or cash.


Columbia, MO – EveryEventGives CEO Sean Spence announced today that the company is providing online registration services for the Bitcoin Foundation’s event “DevCore Boston”, set for 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 11, 2015.

“We intentionally set out to find an event ticketing partner who accepts bitcoin to join us in moving bitcoin towards mainstream adoption and we found that partner in EveryEventGives,” said Patrick Murck, executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation.

“We are pretty excited to be working with the Bitcoin Foundation and helping them spread the word about Bitcoin,” Spence said. “As the only ticketing company we have been able to find that allows ticket buyers to pay with either Bitcoin or cash, this seems like a perfect match.”

The Bitcoin Foundation’s DevCore events are a series of developer roundtables aimed at building knowledge, widening understanding and deepening technical expertise to support the future development of Bitcoin Core. Join us in Boston for our inaugural event, sponsored by our Title Sponsors, Circle Internet Financial; Supporting Sponsors, Coindesk; Legal Workshop Sponsors, Pillsbury,; and in association with our media partners Inside Bitcoins News, MIT Bitcoin Club and the College Cryptocurrency Network. The event will open with a keynote address by Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist, Gavin Andresen.

More information and registration for the event is available at

The Bitcoin Foundation has designated that 50 cents of every ticket sold will be donated to the ALS Association in Washington. DC.

EveryEventGives provides an easy, free way for independent event planners and non-profit organizations to sell tickets, and gives 50 cents of their fees for every ticket sold to the charity of the event host’s choice. EveryEventGives is committed to the principles of Conscience Driven Capitalism, with the core idea that charitable giving can be integrated into every sale. More information is available at


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