MTGox Customers Will Be Able to Retrieve Their Funds

MTGox Customers Will Be Able to Retrieve Their Funds

Today the Bitcoin community was presented with great News. It seems that MTGox customers will now be able to claim their lost Bitcoin. An MTGox trustee has opened a two-way process for customers who lost their funds. MtgGox customers will be able to initiate this process either through Kraken or through claims.mtgox.com, a special MTGox platform created for this purpose only. The announcement suggests that customers can log-in into their Mt. Gox account at claims.mtgox.com to make this claim, or they can attempt to claim via Kraken. Tthe Kraken exchange was last year selected by Mt. Gox’s....


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