For Immediate Release-
Redwood City, CA. November 11, 2017- In a move to further enhance donor privacy and protection from big brother’s prying eyes, leading pro-peace advocate and war reporting news organization Antiwar.com announced today that it is broadening its acceptance of digital currency donations. In addition to the leading digital coin, Bitcoin, Antiwar.com is adding Bitcoin Cash, Dash, and ZCash crypto currencies to their donation pages.
Said Executive Director, Angela Keaton, “We take the protection our donors’ privacy very seriously. Antiwar.com adopted Bitcoin usage 5 years ago, recognizing its (then) enhanced privacy features and low transaction costs. Now that digital currency in maturing, we want to take advantage of tokens that offer even greater security and privacy features.”
Ms. Keaton continued, “We became aware, some time ago, that our non-interventionist stance and dissent on U.S. foreign policy had made us a target of increased government monitoring. We don’t want that to impact our supporters. What we do is Constitutionally protected speech, yet in a post 9/11 world we find it necessary to take additional precautions to protect our supporters from government overreach. We selected these 3 additional crypto currencies because of their enhanced security and privacy features and we are excited to add them to our donation capabilities. We would like to thank Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com, whose support and generosity has been instrumental in helping us achieve this.”
Antiwar.com is an online magazine and research tool designed to keep the American people and the world informed about U.S. foreign policy and the overseas plans of the American government. It is a project of the Randolph Bourne Institute and espouses non-interventionism.