Mega founder Kim Dotcom is offering a bounty of roughly $13,580 to the first person who can break its security system, The Next Web reports .
That's because shortly after Mega launched, people raised concerns about Mega's security system, citing issues with its end-to-end encryption of users' files.
Mega launched less than two weeks ago, and is already storing nearly 50 million files on the site. It also passed 1 million registered users after its first day online.
As of today, no one has yet to break the site's open source encryption, Dotcom tweeted.
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