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Liberty Mingle

LibertyMingle is an upcoming gathering of libertarians, anarchists and like-minded people. As you might expect from such a demographic, their venue the Cobalt now takes Bitcoin. Come enjoy drinks, music, discussions and cool people. "Kick back, relax, and leave the state behind."


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  • Andrew W.

    I basically list any event at which the venue is now taking Bitcoin, as a measure to support the Bitcoin economy. I was not actually the host. I think it's good for us to have a diversity of events, and we will have some that are good for some people and not others, and you should have the freedom to pick and choose. This one was for artists and anarchists, and I apologize for any confusion.

    November 25, 2013

    • Piotr "ThePiachu" P.

      I guess a clearer description of the venue / setting would be good in the future - artists and anarchists can meet to just party as to talk, so a group composition doesn't really limit anything. Similarly, one can enjoy music as a background sound, or as a main part of the event. Lesson learned at any rate.

      1 · November 25, 2013

    • Andrew W.

      Some people prefer loud music. I guess I didn't realize everybody didn't know about the guitarist--it was posted on Facebook. I had never been to the Cobalt, before, so I didn't know what to write here, very well. My goal is to widen the demographic of Bitcoin users, though, so while the staple events you probably prefer will still be around, you should also expect that we will be trying lots of new things.

      November 25, 2013

  • Henry C.

    Cobalt isn't necessarily the best place for a Bitcoin meetup. Next meetup at Waves Downtown?

    November 25, 2013

  • SamuelAgrela

    Too long. Timings should be shorter. Didn't stay till the end.

    November 24, 2013

  • Piotr "ThePiachu" P.

    Left early since it wasn't a meetup for me. It's hard to mingle with loud music blasting in a small place, people not really socializing much since since they feel lost not really knowing who is part of the meetup and who is not into the meetup. Not to mention that ordering a coke I got more ice than actual drink.

    So we should figure out whether the meetups are about people getting to know one another and talking, which looked like it was slowly picking up, or about some musician turning up the amp and yelling into the microphone. It can't be about both, and if it's about the latter, I'm not interested.

    2 · November 24, 2013

  • Piotr "ThePiachu" P.

    1 · November 23, 2013

  • Brian from White Rock n.

    I'd love to go to this, but I'm already booked for Sunday evening. And I haven't been to the Cobalt for over 30 years ... assume its not as scary and dangerous at night now as it was 30 years ago :)

    1 · November 22, 2013

  • Nellie Yang Joseph Z.

    Sorry, I probably can't attend tomorrow's (Nov 18 Monday) meetup. would like to participate on next meetup if possible. Thank you.

    Sunday, November 24,[masked]:00 PM

    The Cobalt 917 Main Street, Vancouver, BC

    November 17, 2013

    • Andrew W.

      Of course you may! We look forward to seeing you there.

      November 21, 2013

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