On March 24, the Mt Gox creditors’ trustee from Tokyo, Nobuaki Kobayashi, disclosed a newly written rehabilitation plan for claimants looking to access some of the funds they lost in 2013. According to the new plan, Mt Gox claimants will get BTC and BCH assets alongside the possibility of receiving fiat currencies as well. Kobayashi’s latest document notes that other crypto assets will be “liquidated into cash,” but the draft does not disclose what types of digital currencies will be sold.
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Mt Gox Claimants May See Distribution Soon
At the end of 2013, digital currency proponents knew something was fishy with the crypto trading platform Mt Gox. The bitcoin community later found out that the exchange was hacked and 850,000 BTC was stolen. Later, Mt Gox CEO Mark Karpeles found 200,000 BTC ($1.3 billion using current exchange rates) in cold storage and these specific funds will be distributed to creditors. Since 2014, Mt Gox…