White supremacist Stefan Molyneux received roughly $100,000 in donations following the removal of his YouTube channel.
Online supporters have donated nearly $100,000 in cryptocurrency to white supremacist and alt-right activist Stefan Molyneux following his removal from YouTube for “fomenting violence and hatred.”
After Molyneux posted a video to his Twitter account on June 29 stating YouTube had banned him from the platform, he issued a request for donations in cryptocurrency through his website. The alt-right figure lists addresses for Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ether (ETH), Dash (DASH), Skycoin (SKY), Dogecoin (DOGE) and Monero (XMR).
As of press time, his supporters have sent 433 BCH, dozens small Bitcoin transactions of mostly 0.001 BTC or less, three small ETH donations totaling roughly $10, 0.3 DASH, no Skycoin, and no DOGE. Altogether, the white supremacist netted about $100,000 in crypto since June 29.
Molyneux made a similar request for crypto donations to his social media followers in January, when YouTube revoked his channel’s