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The founder of Wikileaks is trapped in a time of lie and bureaucratic manipulation, which is a tough time for those who believe in freedom of communication and truth. To show support for Julian Assange, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) developer Chris Troutner decided to upload all WikiLeaks files to the Interstellar File System (IPFS) and On the BCH chain, the truth can be obtained forever.

In the empire of lies, betrayal is the truth.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has received a lot of attention since April 11. His arrest was in March 2010, when Assange and former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning cracked the password of the US Department of Defense server and was charged. The information leaked at the time caused confusion for politicians and financial elites who supported military enterprises because they exposed terrible crimes against humanity. A video leaked by WikiLeaks in 2010 called "Indirect Murder" shows that a US helicopter hit a target but also killed innocent people, including children, Reuters 22-year-old photojournalist Namir Noor-Eldeen.

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After a large number of documents, files and videos were published, WikiLeaks faced a financial blockade, and payment agencies such as Paypal, Visa and MasterCard prevented websites from accepting donations. It was then that the emergence of Bitcoin saved the world, and WikiLeaks decided to accept this digital currency as a donation. Chelsea Manning (known as Bradley at the time) was accused of treason and sent to Guantanamo Bay. Assange continued to flee and was accused in Sweden for alleged rape and has been hiding in the Embassy of Ecuador in the next seven years. Manning was pardoned by US President Barack Obama before his departure, but was recently arrested for prosecuting charges and Assange. After being arrested on April 11, Assange is currently being held in London and may face accusations in Sweden and be extradited to the United States.

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Host wiki decryption file cache on BCH chain and IPFS

Many Bitcoin supporters have supported Assange and WikiLeaks for years without hesitating to reveal thought-provoking documents. Since being arrested three days ago, WikiLeaks and Assange have successfully raised $41,000 in BTC donations. To show support for Wikileaks, BCH developer Chris Troutner uploaded the entire WikiLeaks cache to the BCH chain and IPFS.

This means that as long as the BCH and IPFS networks exist, anyone can download and view 30GB files at any time. Wikileaks.cash owns the entire database, including controversial wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, leaked Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) data, homeland security documents, Barclays tax avoidance, the notorious Bilderberg meeting, and Report of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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Of course, Wikileaks.cash can be accessed directly, but archive files can also be downloaded via torrent software. Troutner also released further guidance on how to help integrate WikiLeaks archives on IPFS. You need to install IPFS and initialize an IPFS node to run as a daemon. You can choose to connect the IPFS node to the cloud server and download the content. From there you can lock the content so that the computer continues to share it. Troutner's demo is based on Memo.cash and is also embedded in the BCH chain.

Today's bureaucracy has created a nightmare of Orwellian (a society that is strictly ruled and lost humanity), many people are increasingly worried about the deprivation of financial privacy, and seeing whistle-blowers being ridiculed for telling the truth. The Bitcoin system has many advantages for resisting censorship, including disseminating information that the elite wants to block. Hosting WikiLeaks data on the BCH chain and IPFS can help enhance document integration and preservation.

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