Bitcoin entrepreneurs will spend 10% of the new company's transaction costs on funding Assange's legal action

On October 30th, Bitcoin entrepreneur Kim Dotcom revealed that 10% of his new company's K.im transaction fee will be used to fund WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in response to the current legal proceedings. Note: Assange is currently facing an allegation of extradition to the United States on charges of attempting to invade the Pentagon’s computer, and he may be sentenced to 175 years in prison.