Today the founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange announced in his twitter account that WikiLeaks now supports Bitcoin Segwit addresses. Assange also stated that transaction fees from SegWit-enabled wallets are minimized, which might help encourage more donations to keep WikiLeaks up and running.
In 10 years of WikiLeaks existence, it has amassed a database of over 10 million documents that shed light on things that governments and other entities would prefer to remain in the shadows.
Meanwhile, WikiLeaks supports a number of donation methods, including ZCash, Litecoin, and Monero.
Recently, we have reported that Bitwala implemented SegWit into the Bitwala Wallet and now it is available for all users of wallet.