OTCbid - Mt. Gox may release 150,000 Bitcoin into market drastically increase downward pressure

Updated: Dec 10, 2020

" Mt. Gox was an infamous Japanese cryptocurrency exchange that went broke in 2014, leaving its users penniless. After years of legal battles, Trustees appointed by the Tokyo District court are set to distribute about 150,000 BTC among its creditors. They were supposed to submit the rehabilitation plan in February 2019 and start compensating creditors for losses; however, the court has repeatedly moved the deadline upon the request from the Trustee.

December 15 is the latest deadline in the Mt. Gox rehabilitation process. By that date, the Trustee shall provide the rehabilitation plan and distribute 150,000 from the company's wallet to compensate users for losses. " - Read Full Article

Source: FXstreet


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