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Kim Dotcom is a prominent German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur and advocate for digital rights. He is famous for founding Megaupload.com, a highly popular file sharing website, which was closed down by the US Department of Justice in 2014. In October 2016, Dotcom has announced the start of a crowdfunding campaign for Megaupload 2. The new version of the file sharing service will require Bitcoin micropayments of $0.05 for every download, with the ability to increase that amount to arbitrary values for content producers, which choose to share their work on Megaupload 2. The project has already managed to secure more than $1 million in crowdfunding, most of which was collected in bitcoins.
Blockchain has expanded beyond finance, is now tackling monetization of unused assets, like bandwidth.
Bram Cohen has unveiled his Chia Bitcoin “solution” which could launch as soon as late next year.
Bitcoin is going to over $10,000, according to CNBC readers, while Kim Dotcom repeats calls to keep hodling.
In New Zealand, Bitcoin supply is falling far short of demand.
Bitcoin’s price crash has not fazed markets, with optimism coming about a Bitcoin market free of Chinese regulatory influence.
Due to the issues related copyright infringements and censorship that it has to solve in the upcoming years, the Internet might need Blockchain more than any ot...
Kim Dotcom is on the hunt for “Blockchain gods” and “digital Picassos” as he seeks to develop his Bitcache platform.
Blockchain ICOs are no longer just for new business, as Worldcore prepares a token sale to boost its market presence.
Kim Dotcom has said his Bitcache project will leverage ICO technology to raise funds for its future development.
Kim Dotcom’s Bitcache tool will use Bitcoin wallets to pay users for uploaded content, a sneak preview video shows.
WikiLeaks has described Apple as ‘duplicitous’ for claiming it has fixed security concerns identified in Vault 7.
The life and times of Kim Dotcom are now available as a movie after the entrepreneur’s own documentary premiered in the US.
‘Ethical disobedience’ is the subject of a new award by MIT, which will give $250,000 to outstanding rule-breakers.
Kim Dotcom says the leaked Vault 7 CIA data will “hurt the US tech sector” and Bill Gates should “tell the truth” about Microsoft’s involvement.
The CIA turned consumer electronics worldwide into microphones and spied on Donald Trump 24/7, Kim Dotcom reports on Wikileaks’ Vault 7.
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