AllPeers, the much anticipated Firefox plugin for drag and drop P2P filesharing, is going to start offering public accounts today according to a post on the company’s blog. The Prague based company has received funding from Mangrove Partners (early funders of Skype) and Index Ventures, and has received an overwhelmingly positive response in private beta testing (Update: except among the people who’ve left comments below!). When we posted about 50 invitations available for the service last week, there were hundreds of replies. See our extensive coverage of AllPeers over the last year. If you’ve been waiting, it looks like today’s the day.
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