The controversial New Zealand-based Internet mogul plans to introduce a Bitcoin payments system for users to sell files and video streaming.
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the US to face charges relating to his Megaupload Web site.
The German tech entrepreneur's appeal against his extradition will be streamed on YouTube.
The file-sharing Web site will be relaunched five years after it was taken down amid piracy accusations.
Kim Dotcom's three-year fight against extradition to the US to face online piracy charges has left him broke.
Kim Dotcom's Internet Party and the leftist Mana Party form an alliance in a bid to win a seat in the country's general election in September.
On the back of his US extradition fight, Kim Dotcom held court with 700 guests to celebrate his political party that promotes Internet freedom.
The Internet mogul gloats over a deal that will see a cloud storage firm he founded while on bail listing on the New Zealand stock exchange.
The New Zealand court ruling deals a blow to the Internet entrepreneur who is fighting extradition to the United States.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom warns against complying with US surveillance.
Kim Dotcom will have access to evidence seized by police in a raid last year, bolstering his fight against extradition to the US.
The US's chief prosecutor denies the investigation into Megaupload is an example of Washington bowing to Hollywood pressure.