Terror Financing

  Posted on: Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Bitcoin is being used to fund terrorism - report
Yahoo News

Cryptocurrencies are becoming increasingly popular as a method to fund terrorists, according to the New York Times.

Citing a research paper written by Steven Stalinsky, the executive director of the Middle East Media Research Institute, a nonprofit that tracks and translates communication from terrorist groups, the article suggests that crypto fundraising for terrorist organizations is becoming more common, as groups look for ways to raise cash that avoid banks and other intermediaries. 


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