MT Gox Creditors Call for Transparency and Trustee Resignation

MT Gox Creditors Call for Transparency and Trustee Resignation

The MT Gox saga is quickly becoming a distant memory, but as a second creditors meeting nears, voices are being raised and calls for resignations are starting to be made as creditors begin to lose patience. At the heart of the mystery is the alleged disappearance of - initially - 850,000 bitcoins. In an intriguing twists of events, only 10 days after declaring bankruptcy, MT Gox mysteriously found 200,000 bitcoins in an old format wallet, still leaving a huge black whole of hundreds of millions of dollars in unaccounted bitcoins to the tune of 650,000. Even more mysteriously, approximately....


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