The Digital Publishing Platform from Kim Dotcom Aims to Pay Creators in Cryptocurrency
The K.im publishing platform founded by internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom, the founder of encrypted cloud storage platform Mega, announced the availability of private proof-of-concept demonstrations that will give creators a chance to see how they can publish and sell their digital media.
Using a decentralized approach, supported by bitcoin, K.im has created a platform that allows artists, content creators and digital businesses to allow them to sell digital goods directly to end users without the need for intermediaries and without the fear of censorship.
The token sale plans to raise $8M by selling Kimcoin, with the symbol KIM, which is the native cryptocurrency of the platform and provides access to all of its functions.
These functions include access to the K.im payment ecosystem, an exchange of value for creators and publishers who want to sell digital assets, and it also acts as a subscription fee for access to customized shops and promotional services on K.im.