Failed Mt. Gox’s $9 Billion of Bitcoin Closer to Being Disbursed – Bloomberg

Some creditors of the Mt. Gox crypto exchange said they received updates on their claims, indicating the officials winding up the platform are stepping up efforts to return a $9 billion Bitcoin hoard.

The updates included information such as the number of digital tokens to be returned and in some cases repayment dates, according to the creditors. Mt. Gox’s trustee didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

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Once the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchange, Tokyo-based Mt. Gox was hacked in 2011 and went bankrupt in 2014. Last year, US prosecutors accused two Russian nationals of conspiring with others to break into the exchange’s servers.

Source: Failed Mt. Gox’s $9 Billion of Bitcoin Closer to Being Disbursed – Bloomberg