Canadian Court Dismisses Class Action Lawsuit against Mt. Gox

Canadian Court Dismisses Class Action Lawsuit against Mt. Gox

It is also important to note that, in Canada, the “loser’ of a lawsuit is forced to pay the costs to the winner. In this particular case, that amount would total up to several millions of dollars, which is simply not feasible for most Mt. Gox victims. The Mt. Gox lawsuit is keeping a lot of Bitcoin enthusiasts on edge as of late, as many affected victims are still holding out hope of a [partial] refund. But over in Canada, the class action lawsuit against Mt. Gox has been dismissed, which is not good news at all. Canadian Mt. Gox Lawsuit Dismissed. Albeit there is an official trustee for....


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