You can find just about anything on the internet, including a cryptocurrency crowdfunding site supporting Islamic terrorism.
According to CCN, the site is a month old and may be real or may be an elaborate scam. Right now that can’t be verified.
What is known is the site, SadaqaCoins, is accessible through the Tor browser. Donors can send bitcoin (BTC) or monero (XMR) to help pay for such necessities as pickup trucks, bolt action rifles and ammunition, and even combat training for aspiring jihadists.
No money has been raised so far, CCN said. But there are other ways to support Islamic terrorists, according to SadaqaCoins: advertising, buying cryptocurrency to donate, mining crypto for donations and “hustling,” where the site encourages readers to hack or coerce cryptocurrency from non-Muslims in keeping with the concept of Ghanima, the act of taking “war booty” from nonbelievers by force. Read more here.