Kraken Details the Latest Mt Gox Creditors Meeting

Kraken Details the Latest Mt Gox Creditors Meeting

The leading cryptocurrency exchange Kraken and Tokyo’s court-appointed trustee has announced the current status of all Mt Gox claims have been determined. For the first time, thousands of claimants will be able to see if their claim has been accepted and will soon be processed. The Mt Gox Creditors Meeting in Tokyo Determines All Claims. The San Francisco-based Kraken has revealed the news today concerning the long awaited Mt Gox claims. During the creditor’s meeting in Tokyo, Trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi has detailed that over 24 thousand claims were filed. Out of all the claims, a very....


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