Enter the world of SadaquaCoins–world’s first crowdsourcing platform on the dark web. This crowdsourced project has given the sympathizers of Mujahideeen community the opportunity to fund anonymously and help the jihadis in their fight against the opponents of Islam. Being new to this field of crowdsourcing project they are requesting people to make donations to help them in their cause.
This combination of technology and cryptocurrency crowdsource financing has started to make its presence felt in the jihadi movement all across the globe. SadaquaCoins can be accessed only through the tor browser through its onion link [sadaquabmnor4ufnj.onion].
The thing that sets it apart from others is the fact that not only it funds Jihadi movements directly but it also provides a platform for financial support for other such movements. The money is used to buy different types of vehicles and equipment that can help Mujahideens in their fight against their opponents.
People who are interested in their cause can pay through Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Monero and they are also planning to include more currencies in the near future. They use this money to buy weapons, expand their tor onion site and also other things such as translation work for the sites and services. This money is also used to buy hardware cold wallets to store the cryptocurrency on a platform and protect the wallet from any external breach or hacks.
Difficult to trace the flow
The anonymous nature of these transactions makes it difficult for authorities to trace the flow of cryptocurrencies, but the police and counter terrorism agencies are honing their skills to put a lid on this type of funding.
While Bitcoin donations are not so anonymous and can be traced, Monero’s explorer only allows hashes to be explored and not their addresses. It might take some time but there’s every possibility that the investigating authorities will crack the code soon.
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