Nearly a month ago, former Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom announced that he was working on a code new chronicle of a cloud storage and hosting service with extended confidence and remoteness features.
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For starters, it now has a launch date of Jan 20, 2017. It will also offer a white-label option, that means that we can use a hosting use with your possess domain name for free. Plus, it’ll also fetch remotely hosted files (that aren’t stored on your server) that we couple to, and upload them to your account.Dotcom combined that it will offer increasing anonymity and will be “a calamity for those who wish to mass surveil censor.”
#Megaupload 2.0 takes decentralization, anonymity encryption to a subsequent level. A calamity for those who wish to mass surveil censor.
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) August 5, 2016
In addition, he pronounced that Megaupload record transfers will be related to Bitcoin microtransactions, that seems to prove that users