Wikileaks Received Cryptocurrency Donations Totaling Over 2 Million Dollars

Wikileaks, a well-known global non-profit organization, recently got over 2.2 million dollars in crypto donations. After its various conflicts with international and government organizations, the organization has accepted funding in Bitcoin, Monero, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum, and ZCash.

Bitcoin address has got 30.45 BTC, which would be presently valued at 1.51 million dollars, and also has a reserve, i.e., 9 BTC, whereas the Bitcoin Cash address has gotten 225.2 BCH, which would be worth approximately 101,800 dollars. The coins have not shown any movement. Also, the Litecoin address has got 163.07 LTC, presently valued at roughly 25,680 dollars, with nothing transferred out already, while the ZCash account has gotten a total sum of 84.01 ZEC on its visible balance, with nothing at all used.

Wikileaks’ Ether address seems to become the 2nd most popular donating location with 145.45 ethereum valued at around 587,883 dollars. The total amount received by the organization is a little above 2.2 million dollars.

Wikileaks is a non-profit multinational organization that releases classified information and media leaks acquired from unnamed sources. The organization was launched in the year 2006 by Julian Paul Assange, Aussie activist, publisher & editor. Julian was apprehended in London in 2019 after being indicted in the U.S. in 2010 for attempting to break into a Pentagon computer network.

Wikileaks is a non-profit organization that relies on funding from individuals and organizations that support its purpose and activities. However, several vendors have ceased supporting the organization since they have disclosed highly sensitive information on a number of topics. This would include, among others, American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.

And that is why they’ve resorted to only one means of exchange that cannot be censored, namely cryptocurrency. Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, ZCash, Monero are presently accessible for charitable contributions to Wikileaks, as per the firm’s online webpage.