If you haven’t heard of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom then hold on because you are in for a treat. His Wikipedia:
Kim Dotcom (born Kim Schmitz; 21 January 1974), …. first rose to fame in Germany in the 1990s as a teenage internet entrepreneur. In 1994 he received a two-year suspended sentence for computer fraud and data espionage because he was underage, and received a similar sentence in 2003 for insider trading and embezzlement.
Dotcom was the founder of now-defunct file hosting service Megaupload but has subsequently been accused of criminal copyright infringement and a host of other charges, such as money laundering, racketeering and wire fraud, by the U.S. Department of Justice. In January 2012, the New Zealand Police raided his home in Auckland and placed him in custody in response to the US charges. Dotcom was accused of costing the entertainment industry $500 million through unlicensed content uploaded to Megaupload which had 150 million registered users. Dotcom has denied the charges, and is currently fighting attempts to extradite him to the United States.
He has been called one of the world’s “largest tech entrepreneurs”. He changed his surname to Dotcom in 2005, apparently in homage to the stock market bubble that made him a millionaire. At the time, he was living in Hong Kong, where he set up Megaupload.
With that introduction out of the way Kim Dotcom has been tweeting that he’s releasing Megaupload 2.0 and it will run on Bitcoin.