A man accused of being a member of the group calling itself Islamic State is due to stand trial next spring, a court has heard.
Hashim Chaudhary, 27, of Chestnut Drive, Great Glen, Leicester, was arrested and detained under the Terrorism Act on 22 October.Copyright: Google
He has been charged with four counts of disseminating a terrorist publication, membership of a proscribed organisation, and two charges of entering into a funding arrangement.
The prosecution allege Mr Chaudhary used Bitcoin in a bid to transfer sums abroad.
The defendant, who is in custody, did not attend today's Old Bailey hearing.
Mr Justice Sweeney set a plea hearing for March 8 and a provisional trial starting on May 24 next year.
The judge transferred the case to Nottingham Crown Court.
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