Genesis Gets Court Approval For $3 Billion Repayment Plan

Genesis Gets Court Approval For $3 Billion Repayment Plan

Bankrupt crypto lender Genesis Global Capital has secured court approval to commence its $3 billion repayment plan to its creditors. The decision comes with revelations that Genesis’s parent company Digital Currency Group (DCG) will be recovering no value from the bankruptcy payout plan. Related Reading: Genesis Faces $21 Million Penalty As SEC Charges Are Settled= […]

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Mt. Gox trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi has finally submitted a draft rehabilitation plan to a Japanese court — meaning former users of the long-defunct crypto exchange may now look forward to getting paid someday. Kobayashi, the Japanese bankruptcy lawyer appointed to oversee the repayment of investors, submitted the plan to the Tokyo District Court on Dec. 15. In a statement posted on the Mt. Gox website, Kobayashi said: The Tokyo District Court and an examiner will review the draft rehabilitation plan and determine whether to proceed with the rehabilitation proceedings relevant to the....

Genesis Drops Bombshell: Alleges Massive $610 Million Debt Owed By DCG

Genesis Global Capital, the cryptocurrency lending unit that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this year, has taken legal action against its parent company, Digital Currency Group (DCG). The lawsuit comes as both parties grapple with the repayment of more than $610 million in loans that reached maturity back in May. According to Genesis […]

Mt. Gox Revival Plan Granted Preliminary Nod of Approval

The proposed plan to revive bankrupt Japan-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has received a key preliminary nod of approval. The news comes roughly one week after an initial hearing delayed any decision at the request of lawyers representing Tibanne KK and Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles. Jay Edelson, a US lawyer representing the country's domestic exchange users, indicated that the plan was approved in a Northern District of Illinois court, and that this move clears the way for it to be more formally vetted in Japan. Edelson told CoinDesk: "The court granted our motion for preliminary approval of....

Mt. Gox trustee sets registration deadline of Jan. 10 for repayment selection

Users of the Mt. Gox exchange may be one step closer to getting their funds back after trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi announced the options for repayment. Creditors from the defunct crypto exchange Mt. Gox have until January 2023 to register and select a repayment method as part of the plan by which they will be compensated them for their losses.According to an Oct. 6 announcement from Mt. Gox trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi, creditors have until Jan. 10 to select a repayment method and to register payee information in an online rehabilitation claim filing system to be paid through bank remittance,....