Non-profit organization WikiLeaks is one of the most well-known worldwide. This website publishes information leaks and secret messages given by unknown sources.
This website was established in 2006. Julian Paul Assange, an Australian activist, publisher, and editor, is the man behind it. He was arrested in London in 2019. In 2010, the US Attorney’s Office accused him of hacking into the Pentagon’s network.
To make money, WikiLeaks only gets money from users. That’s true, but payment providers have stopped people from depositing money into this group because they’ve shared a lot of very private information about many things.
The website has thus switched to a kind of money that is not controlled by any central authority.
The organization’s official website currently accepts donations in BTC, BCH, LTC, ZEC, XMR, and ETH, but it doesn’t yet accept donations in other currencies. As soon as we look at the addresses, we can quickly figure out how much money WikiLeaks has made so far.
At this moment, the bitcoin address has 30.45 BTC in it, which is worth about $1.51 million in cash. It had less than 9 BTC left on it when this was written.
The first bitcoin cash address got 225.2 BCH in total. These coins are now worth $101,800, and none of the coins have been touched thus far. The second bitcoin cash address has 0.25 bitcoin cash in it.
More than 160.07 litecoins were sent to the address. The current market value of these tokens is $25,680. The ZCash porfel received a total of 84.01 ZEC, which is equal to $13,800.
Ethereum appears to be the preferred choice for those making contributions. WikiLeaks earned 145.45 ethers, which are presently worth $587,883 to the organization.
As a result of privacy controls, it isn’t easy to estimate the amount of XMR the organization has received.