Mega hits 100,000 registered users in one hour as Kim Dotcom teases MPAA with ‘MegaMovie’ screenshot
He built it. They came. Then the government took it away, and so he built it again. And they came yet again.
Today, an hour after he flipped the switch from no to go on Mega.co.nz, precisely one year after Megaupload was scuttled by the government, Kim Dotcom announced that his new service has totted up 100,000 registered users in its first hour as a live product.
He openly wondered if the feat made Mega the “[f]astest growing startup in Internet history?” TNW isn’t sure about that, but hitting six figure usership in double digit minutes is damn impressive regardless.
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