Wikileaks is an international organization that specializes in publishing secret information, classified media and news leaks and was started by Julian Assange. Julian started Wikileaks and published the first document in 2006. Sunshine Press is stated as the official Wikileaks owner. Wikileaks gathered mass attention after publishing the Afghanistan war logs, Iraq war logs and CableGate leaks, which were provided by Chelsea Manning in 2010. Wikileaks is mostly funded by volunteers through bank transfers and online payment systems, but Wikileaks also accepts Bitcoin donations and donations of some other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Litecoin. Wikileaks is a controversial media and is widely targeted with allegations of being influenced by Russian, anti-Semitic, anti-American and of violating personal privacy.
Donations to support Julian Assange’s fight for freedom have been poured in over the weekend.
AssangeDAO raises $38M in donations to help free WikiLeaks founder
“Details about the contents and ideas of the Censored collection have not been revealed,” said DappRadar.
Top secret Julian Assange and Pak NFT collaboration is wikileaked
Digital and journalistic rights are at stake in the trial for Julian Assange's extradition, say 24 major advocacy groups.
Press and internet freedom advocates join crypto users in support of Wikileaks' Assange
A U.K. judge ruled against extraditing the WikiLeaks founder to the U.S. in response to his legal team arguing he would have a "high risk of serious depression ...
Crypto users donate $400K to Julian Assange defense as Mexico proposes asylum
Craig Wright claims he doesn’t want groups like WikiLeaks to accept Bitcoin, but his own internet posts from 2011 suggest otherwise.
Craig Wright’s WikiLeaks Claims Contradicted by His Own 2011 Posts
A lawyer for the WikiLeaks founder claims a Republican congressman dangled a pardon for denying Russian involvement in the DNC leak.
Julian Assange Allegedly Offered Pardon for Denying Russian Hacking
10% of transaction fees on K.im, the entrepreneur’s Bitcoin-enabled content sharing service, are going to help Assange’s legal costs, Dotcom says.
Kim Dotcom Donates K.im Bitcoin Fees to Julian Assange Ahead of $8M IEO