Bitcache via Kim Dotcom

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#1

This is interesting… it’s just a teaser for now:

Kim Dotcom publishes a teaser video for Bitcache, a tipping system for content creators; the YouTube implementation appears to be a browser plugin that places a tipping panel below the video; enables a viewer to commit to an automatic crypto donation for each view of a specific creator’s videos; the spot also teases a content management system at k.im

Fascinating…


What / where are you today (whatcha working on)?
#2

Wow. Just. Wow. :rocket::rocket::rocket::thinking::fire:
This man knows how to answer the call of the free market needs. I was talking about my videos getting all demonetized in one of my last streams!


#3

Easy, simple = WIN
Thanks for sharing, i will bet on this.

STEEM is another system i bet on long term. If it manages to make it simple, mainstream + they make some commercial it will go huge.


#4

Anyone know when you will be able to get into the ICO? I’m on the waitlist now for the demo :star_struck:


#5

Thank you for sharing this mate :wink:
I heard exactly in my apprenticeship about this project from another crypto guy.


#6

Hmm patreon with crypto?!


#7

Did anyone test the demo on this ?


#8

I did and it’s wonderful.


#9

sound like a good ICO to throw money :slight_smile:


#10

On the waiting list for more info! Kim was one of the first guys to really challenge the status quo in tech! Look at all the lawsuits. Watching this with interest!


#11

Highly recommend his recent documentary “Caught in the Web”.
http://kimdotcom.film/


#12

haven’t invested in an ICO yet but maybe this will be the one


#13

Found the link to subscribe to ICO announcement. http://k.im/


#14

Cool idea. Did anybody participate in this ICO? I thought tipping was just a USA thing, though? hehe


#15

kimble.
"legends may sleep, but they never die"
I´ve been fascinated with this guy for 20 years.
Very McAfee-alike.
You guys know who he is right?


#16

I should interview this dude. i just thought of it.


#17

Uh oh…


#18

I dont think Kim can effectively lead a company in a hyper competitive space, therefore I’d never invest in his tech startup


#19

Could be. Maybe I’m not interviewing him about his shit… but mine :wink:


#20

absorbing the meta as fast as i can