Kim Dotcom News
Kim Dotcom is a German-Finnish entrepreneur, founder of the large. now-defunct file hosting service Megaupload. Currently, Dotcom owns Mega web-service that was founded a year after the closure of Megaupload. In 2012, Kim Dotcom was arrested on suspicion of extortion, money laundering and mass infringement of copyright, with access to Megaupload being blocked due to the possibility of sharing counterfeit materials. He was released on bail. Currently, Mega is one of the largest online file storage providers that accepts Bitcoin and some other kinds of cryptocurrency as a payment option. Kim Dotcom’s net worth was estimated to be over $200 million in 2012, however, is current net worth is unknown. In 2017, a film based on biographical events called “Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web” was released.
He also warned that the U.S. dollar would become worthless.
Kim Dotcom Predicted Bitcoin’s Rise Two Years Ago
The token sale was due to support Dotcom’s K.im content sharing platform, but will now face an unspecified delay.
Bitfinex Cancels $8M Kim Dotcom IEO Citing Regulatory ‘Clear Risks’
10% of transaction fees on K.im, the entrepreneur’s Bitcoin-enabled content sharing service, are going to help Assange’s legal costs, Dotcom says.
Kim Dotcom Donates K.im Bitcoin Fees to Julian Assange Ahead of $8M IEO
Kim Dotcom set to launch an IEO on Bitfinex for a project that will improve the digital content business.
Kim Dotcom’s K.IM: Pursuing Copyright Decentralization in Bitfinex IEO
Crypto exchange Bitfinex is relaunching its IEO platform with Kim Dotcom’s Bitcoin-integrated KIM token as the first offering.
Kim Dotcom to Sell His ‘Built on Bitcoin’ Token Next Month on Bitfinex
Bitcoin price abruptly abandoned its lower levels just hours after drifting below $10,000.
Bitcoin Price Bounces Back to $10K on Fresh Bullish Sentiment
Blockchain has expanded beyond finance, is now tackling monetization of unused assets, like bandwidth.
Blockchain Enabling Users to Benefit from Unused Assets, Excess Capacity