While Bitcoin has a number of great uses, it can still be potentially misused. The very fact that the bitcoin can be misused has led to a lot of speculations about the digital currency followed by ill-informed, unsubstantiated paranoid remarks about its use to fund terror organizations and money laundering.
The number of terrorist attacks across the world has been increasing lately. In most of these terrorist attacks, especially the ones happening in the Middle East and Europe, the role of terrorists belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant group has been established.
The latest of the ISIL attacks came earlier this week when they carried out a suicide bomb attack in Brussels, Belgium killing 34 people. The attack has again evoked a response from the well-known hacker collective group, Anonymous. In a recorded video message, a member of the Anonymous group announced that the group will beef up its counteroffensive against the ISIL by disrupting their internet activity and leaking sensitive information about the terrorist group.
This is not the first time for Anonymous to issue such threats and make good of it. Earlier, following the Paris attacks, Anonymous had issued similar threats. Many hacker groups have been working