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Mt.Gox Delays Compensation Plans to Next Year with Sharp Volatility Risk Related to Selling USD 1.3 Billion’s BTC

Abstract : Nobuaki Kobayashi, the trustee of bankruptcy for the company, mentioned a huge number of compensation claims lead to the inevitable delay of their repayment plan for five months. The court in Tokyo already approved that the deadline will be extended to the last day of March 2020.

ChainDD
ChainDD

Nov 04

Mt.Gox was once the world’s biggest bitcoin exchange but filed for bankruptcy in Japan due to hacking into its faulty computer system. Nobuaki Kobayashi, the trustee of bankruptcy for the company, mentioned a huge number of compensation claims lead to the inevitable delay of their repayment plan for five months. The court in Tokyo already approved that the deadline will be extended to the last day of March 2020.

This is not the first time that Mt. Gox delays their refund plan. ChainDD news reported earlier this year that the original deadline for Mt.Gox to refund was April 28, 2019, but Nobuaki Kobayashi clarified that the deadline would be postponed for 6 months due to a large number of denied claims.

Editors with ChainDD noticed that the earliest refund will start in 5-6 months via BTC and BCH, only if everything goes as plan. By March 20 2019, Mt.Gox holds nearly 141.7 thousands BTC and 143 thousand BCH which, based on the current market value, are worth of USD 1.3 Billion and over USD 40 million respectively. If all of these assets are used for refund, the cryptocurrency market may see sharp volatility.

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