Spelunk.in, a Los Angeles area group that hopes to teach interested parties about crypto currencies, is throwing a Dogeparty on April 4th, at Hollywood's fantastic Meltdown Comics.
Dogeparty West is a good opportunity to learn more about the current slate of crypto currencies, setting up your own mining operation and scoring some free pizza. Sounds like a good time to me!
Spelunk.in is also creating opportunities to sponsor the Southern California Shiba Inu Rescue. Helping dogs is a sure way to get my attention.
Spelunkin is proud to present our first Dogecoin party - April 4, 2014!
Place: Meltdown Comics, located at 7522 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California.
Time: 7-10 pm!
Music by DJ Headshot and Carl Schwenk.
Featuring LIVE SHIBAS from Southern California Shiba Inu Rescue and Two Dogs Farms!! We’ll be doing a doge contest where you can donate to your favorite dog soon, but if you’d like to send dogecoin to the charities, here are their wallets:
Socal Shiba Inu Rescue Doge Account: DTEPzQ8SP6xvPzudh5QNtcuUMrN9WRaUYt
Two Dogs Farms Doge Account: DGtdNLjE71CoWyPBHh3YpKhnzFo4ynDwNe
Come hang out with fellow doge fans, perhaps even dance with them! Bring a Shiba Inus and have it slathered in coos and joyous pets from strangers or enter it into our DogeDog contest! Speak in simplified sentences all night!
Neon Roots is bringing their live cryptocurrency ticker.
Jeff Maki is playtesting a game, and Brad Wolf is demoing a doge-funded game.
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