Mt. Gox Bankruptcy for 22 Billion Dollars?

Mt. Gox Bankruptcy for 22 Billion Dollars?

The 4th creditors meeting in Tokyo for the Mt. Gox bankruptcy case wrapped up today with a staggering report of claims. 2,663,398,225,570 JPY which is roughly worth 22 billion dollars was claimed in the report by creditors. The report came from the Tokyo District Court, Collegiate Section of the 20th Civil Division. Breakdowns of the numbers in Bitcoins....


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