Browsing the "Wikileaks" Tag


Wikileaks to Accept Additional Cryptocurrencies for Donations

| Sujha Sundararajan

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.

Wikileaks is Now Accepting Zcash Donations

| Stan Higgins

Non-profit media group Wikileaks has announced that it is now accepting donations in the privacy oriented cryptocurrency zcash.

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Cryptography as a Democratic Weapon Against Demagoguery

| Nozomi Hayase

CoinDesk contributor Nozomi Hayase tackles democracy, corruption and bitcoin's security model in her latest Op-Ed.

Bitcoin and Revolutionary Journalism

How Bitcoin’s Block Chain Could Stop History Being Rewritten

| Nozomi Hayase

Bitcoin's block chain can store more than transactions. According to Julian Assange, it provides a way to preserve history.

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Assange: Bitcoin and WikiLeaks Helped Keep Each Other Alive

| Nermin Hajdarbegovic

Julian Assange has described key events and discussions between bitcoin's founder and WikiLeaks back in 2010.

Julian Assange: I Told Google’s Eric Schmidt to Embrace Bitcoin

| Stan Higgins

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and Google chairman and then-CEO Eric Schmidt discussed bitcoin in 2011.


Julian Assange: Bitcoin is a Major ‘Intellectually Interesting Development’

| Emily Spaven

The Wikileaks founder was speaking via video link at the Net Prophet technology and trends conference in Cape Town.


The Rise of the Cryptocurrency Gift Economy

| Brett Scott

Contrary to popular belief, the majority of bitcoins aren't spent on gambling services or narcotics, but tips and donations.


Bitcoin and Litecoin Top Sources of WikiLeaks Donations

| Pete Rizzo

WikiLeaks revealed on 24th January that the majority of its public funding now comes through bitcoin and litecoin.

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Bitcoin is crucial for the future of free speech, say experts

| Danny Bradbury

Bitcoin will be a valuable tool in fighting for freedom of speech on controversial websites, say experts.