Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee who became the whistleblower, said her Puerto Rican cache is currently backed by favorable temporary investments in cryptocurrency.

Haugen worked as a product manager at Facebook before he accused the company of spreading contradictory and meaningless misinformation. It will have a series of classified research documents that it says show that “Facebook prioritizes profit over the well-being of children and all users.” Facebook has previously been accused of influencing the 2016 US presidential election through Russian agencies.

In a subsequent interview with the New York Times, Hogan was asked about his financial situation:

“For the foreseeable future, I’m fine because I bought crypto at the right time.”
The whistleblower also received financial assistance from non-profit organizations (NPOs) with the support of Pierre Omidyar, co-founder of eBay. However, Haugen maintained that Omidari’s money was only used to finance travel and related expenses.

Haugen said moving to Puerto Rico helped her join the “cryptocurrency” that enjoys capital gains tax breaks for bitcoin (BTC) and crypto assets.

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Famous whistleblower and former CIA agent Edward Snowden continues to show his support for the bitcoin economy amid regulatory pressure from governments around the world.

On October 4, Snowden tweeted that Bitcoin has grown tenfold despite China’s general ban on mining and cryptocurrency trading.

Source: CoinTelegraph