The Campaign for Accountability intensifies allegations against Circle and Tron, suggesting involvement in terrorist funding activities through the Cross Chain Transfer Protocol.

Circle's use of CCTP and its history of business dealings with Tron founder Justin Sun, who faced money laundering allegations in 2019, are central to these claims.

Circle acknowledged a past customer relationship with Justin Sun but ceased all business with him and his companies as of February 2023, raising questions about their previous interactions.

Tron is accused of being a preferred platform for crypto transfers linked to terrorist groups, as reported by Reuters and supported by financial crime experts.

Blockchain analytics platform Elliptic indicated that Tron's SunSwap protocol was used for money laundering by terrorist groups, although the extent of these transactions may be overstated.