TERRORISTS TURN TO BITCOIN FOR FUNDING, AND THEY'RE LEARNING FAST

Hamas, the militant Palestinian group, has been designated a terrorist organisation by Western governments and some others and has been locked out of the traditional financial system. But this year, its military wing has developed an increasingly sophisticated campaign to raise money using Bitcoin.

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