Julian Assange stated in a Tweet that Wikileaks is seeking to add new cryptocurrencies in the future after FPF announced the closure of its support.
Non-profit media group Wikileaks has announced that it is now accepting donations in the privacy oriented cryptocurrency zcash.
CoinDesk contributor Nozomi Hayase tackles democracy, corruption and bitcoin's security model in her latest Op-Ed.
Bitcoin's block chain can store more than transactions. According to Julian Assange, it provides a way to preserve history.
Julian Assange has described key events and discussions between bitcoin's founder and WikiLeaks back in 2010.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and Google chairman and then-CEO Eric Schmidt discussed bitcoin in 2011.
The Wikileaks founder was speaking via video link at the Net Prophet technology and trends conference in Cape Town.
Contrary to popular belief, the majority of bitcoins aren't spent on gambling services or narcotics, but tips and donations.
WikiLeaks revealed on 24th January that the majority of its public funding now comes through bitcoin and litecoin.
Bitcoin will be a valuable tool in fighting for freedom of speech on controversial websites, say experts.