Mt. Gox was a bitcoin exchange based in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Launched in July 2010, by 2013 and into 2014 it was handling over 70% of all bitcoin transactions worldwide, as the largest bitcoin intermediary and the world's leading bitcoin exchange
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Mt. Gox Updates Creditors on Repayment Progress
Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange has provided an update on its repayment progress for creditors. The company's rehabilitation trustee, Nobuaki Kobayashi, announced that the deadline for creditors to provide their repayment information has passed, and that repayments will be carried out until October 31, 2023, with the possibility of an extension. The repayment process is expected to take some time due to necessary preparations.
Mt. Gox Creditors Given Extra Month to Register Claims, Distribution Deadline Delayed
The registration deadline for Mt. Gox creditors has been pushed back by another month, allowing creditors to file claims until April 6. The distribution of assets to creditors will now start from Oct. 31 instead of Sept. 30. Mt. Gox creditors have been waiting for years to get compensated for losses incurred because of the exchange hack in 2014. The extension in the deadline means that creditors will have another month to decide whether to take a lower amount now or wait another nine years to get the full amount.
Mt.Gox Sets Jan 10 as Deadline for Creditors to Register for Compensation
There seems to be a beam of light for customers of bitcoin exchange operator Mt.Gox as a date has been set for creditors to register and choose a repayment plan for them to recover their lost funds
Mt. Gox Creditor Refutes Fake Report about Upcoming 140K BTC Release
Eric Wall has announced that Mt. Gox is not soon distributing coins. Wall has refuted claims that the exchange plans to distribute 140,000 Bitcoins soon to the affected investors.
Now-Defunct Crypto Exchange Mt. Gox Issues Commemorative NFT
Mark Karpeles, the former CEO of suspended Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Mt. Gox, announced the launch of a non-fungible commemorative token for certain eligible users.
Aussie Trading Platform Collapses after User's Damning Complaints
MyCryptoWallet, a platform that operates as a trading platform in Australia went bankrupt. A situation that was inevitable as many of the platform’s users started complaining that they were unable to access their funds on the exchange.
4 Reasons Why Bitcoin Dropped
We analyze 4 reasons why bitcoin dropped and may dip further.
Forbidden Wealth: 80,000 Bitcoin Abandoned for Nearly a Decade
A BTC wallet address said to be associated with the now-defunct Mt. Gox Exchange holding an estimated 80,000 Bitcoin worth around $800 million is said to be untouched revealed by a source on Feb 17.

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