Kraken Accepting MtGox Bankruptcy Claims and Giving Free Trade Credit

Kraken Accepting MtGox Bankruptcy Claims and Giving Free Trade Credit

So, I have spent the last few days at the Kraken headquarters in San Francisco with the legendary Jesse Powell, who I interviewed for the Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast, and the rest of the team and there is some very exciting news about the $500m MtGox bankruptcy. We discussed some of the logistics during the interview but there is even more actionable stuff, as discussed in the trustee letter, you can do today to claim your money! Kraken Now Accepts MtGox Creditor Claims Through Website, Offers Free Trades. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. - APRIL 21, 2015 - Kraken, a San Francisco-based Bitcoin....


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