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Hacktivist “Anonymous” offers Russian soldiers a Bitcoin reward in exchange to surrender  their tanks

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An unidentified organization  Anonymous has offered a Bitcoin reward to Russian soldiers who surrender their tanks.

Anonymous, a hacker organization based in the United States, claims to have penetrated over 300 Russian servicemen in only two days after giving them a bitcoin prize if they surrender their tanks.

The offer to buy tanks came following reports that Russia declined to open its stock market this morning, despite initially promising to do so for a few hours.

 

According to Ukrainian media, the infamous hacking community claims to have amassed over RUB 1 billion (£7.8 million at the time of writing) and is promising tank crews RUB 5 million (£39,000) for each surrendered tank.

Anonymous advises Russian forces to surrender with a white flag and the password million to demonstrate their acceptance of the collective’s conditions.

Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense has also allegedly stated that surrendering servicemen will be granted amnesty.

 

‘Russian soldiers, everyone who wants to live with their families, children, and not die, the Anonymous worldwide community has gathered RUB 1,225,043 in bitcoin to aid you,’ Anonymous is supposedly telling them.

In response to a call to arms by the Ukrainian government, the infamous worldwide hacker collective waged war against Putin’s military machine.

On Saturday, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister and Digital Transformation Minister Mykhailo Fedorov allegedly announced the foundation of a Telegram channel for Ukraine’s IT Army.

 

 

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