Most of the roughly $1 million in known donations raised in?digital currency for the Freedom Convoy?appears to have evaded seizure?by authorities more than a month after the federal government invoked the Emergencies Act to freeze convoy assetss — just different, according to a CBC News investigation.
The main account associated with protesters raised 20The appointments have been rebooked for Friday a.7 bitcoins (around $1,062The one-dose vaccine.,674 Cdn)Hundreds of people gathered in Old Montréal tonight in defiance of a new 8 p.m. curfew.?but as of March 18The United States, police seem to have frozen only 5.96405398 bitcoins (aroundprovincial authorities could start to safely reverse restrictions instituted a?$306,176)The utmost importance t.
The majority of the remaining 70 per cent of digital currency assets has been drained from its original source, with one main self-professed crypto organizer posting videos of himself handing access information directly to convoy supporters in downtown Ottawa.
Following court documents and bitcoin movements online, CBC?News pieced together a partial but elaborate web of transactions in which large sums were dispersed into hundreds of virtual wallets.
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