Wikileak’s 50,000% Return on Bitcoin Has Happened Again

Back in October 2017, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange posted gains of over 50,000% after his organization invested in Bitcoin (BTC) at an average price of $5.40 in 2010.

This investment, he claims, was only made because the US government forced payment companies like Visa and MasterCard to carry out an “illegal banking blockade” against his organization.

If Assange still holds these Bitcoin, he could potentially reach an additional 50,000% increase from today’s prices, leading his initial investment to potentially appreciate by 100,000% one day.

If Bitcoin keeps on accelerating at this rate, not only will Wikileaks be posting massive percent gains, but everyone already invested in Bitcoin will as well.

Do you think it’s possible for Wikileaks to post another 50,000% return on their Bitcoin investments? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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