Neo-Nazis raise cash to buy guns while encouraging followers to mine Monero

COIN RIVET EXCLUSIVE: International anti-terror organisation - the Counter Extremism Project - says crypto providers should be on their guard to ensure they are not inadvertently assisting terrorists

A NEW far-right group calling themselves Order of Dawn has started a cryptocurrency crowdfunding campaign for their violent ‘Reconquest’ of Europe, terror experts claim.

Order of Dawn is opposed to African and Middle Eastern migration to Europe, calling it an ‘invasion’ and a ‘genocide’.

The group is also anti-Semitic and claims that Jews control the media and the Holocaust is a hoax, according to the Counter Extremism Project (CEP), an international policy organisation formed to combat extremist ideologies.

Order of Dawn, which claims to be based in either the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, or Slovakia, is crowdfunding the Monero (XMR) cryptocurrency to support a sickening planned wave of violence.

The group aims to create an armed militia and “repel or sink the boats of the invaders and the gigantic vessels of the collaborators” – apparently a reference to European naval forces.

The funds raised will also be used to set up safehouses, buy land in Eastern Europe and acquire firearms, vehicles and explosives.

The leaders claim to have raised 62 XMR so far – roughly $6,600 (£5,000). Details about the website are limited, but the name server is San Francisco-based company Cloudflare.

Order of Dawn’s website, which uses Nazi slogans, also allows visitors to mine Monero for the group on the site itself.

A CEP spokesman said: “The fact that the group is crowdfunding cryptocurrency on their website allows individuals to contribute with little effort or mobilisation needed.

“Internet services companies, such as Cloudflare, should be on guard to make sure that they do not aid or assist terrorists.”

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