WikiLeaks calls for blockade of Coinbase in response to blocking its cryptocurrency wallet
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WikiLeaks, via its official Twitter, in response to Coinbase’s actions, called next week for a blockade of a US company that “does not fit into the cryptocurrency community.”.
Notable Bitcoin promoter Andreas Antonopoulos in on your Twitter wrote that at the suggestion of Coinbase, the story that WikiLeaks had to go through is repeating itself. In 2010, banks and traditional payment services boycotted the unwanted company, in connection with which it turned to bitcoin as a means of payment over which the government does not have control..
In the end last year WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange thanked the US government for forcing his company switch to bitcoin, the value of which has grown by 50,000% during this time. WikiLeaks accepts Bitcoin donations Litecoin, Monero and ZCash.
Antonopoulos also writes that the blocking of Coinbase is “purely symbolic” since the choice of crypto wallets in the market is not limited to the American company, but this “symbolism is a very clear example of what centralization and banking regulation can mean.”.
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