According to Canadian news agency The Globe and Mail, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Canadian Federal Police) has sent letters to several cryptocurrency exchanges asking them to “stop facilitating transactions” with more than 30 specific crypto wallet addresses linked to the truck. In progress. protests in the country. The message says:

“Any information about an purported transaction or transaction in connection with these addresses must be immediately disclosed to the RCMP Commissioner.”
Just two days ago, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a representative of Canada’s ruling Liberal party, called for emergency law in response to a convoy of truck drivers who occupied the country’s capital, Ottawa, to protest health restrictions and vaccinations against the coronavirus. The protest action has been going on for 20 days. By law, banks have the discretion to freeze the bank accounts of Convoy Liberty protesters without any civil liability.

Demonstrators raised more than $19 million through fundraising platforms GoFundMe and GiveSendGo. However, these funds were blocked for the delivery of the column. As a result, the protesters established the HonkHonk Hodl Group and raised nearly $1 million through the Tallycoin BTC fundraising platform, pending distribution.

This morning, protesters in downtown Ottawa appear to have received an ultimatum in a letter written: “Leave now” or face potential fines or jail time. In addition, the Emergency Preparedness Act allows for travel bans to certain areas. “Anyone who comes to Ottawa to participate in the ongoing demonstration is breaking the law,” the warning said.

Source: CoinTelegraph