Mt. Gox extends online rehabilitation claim filing system to corporate users 22965 Mt. Gox
Nitin Murali
Sep 13, 2018 at 2:40 AM

Currently non-functioning Japanese Bitcoin (BTC) Exchange Mt. Gox has expanded its online rehabilitation claim filing system to corporate users, in accordance with the website announcement.

“We are pleased to announce that we have released an online rehabilitation claim filing system (the “System”) for corporate users who filed their proofs of bankruptcy claim by using the MTGOX online bankruptcy filing system (in the bankruptcy proceedings) which allows corporate users to filetheir proofs of claim by online methods in connection with the civil rehabilitation proceedings,” read the announcement.

The announcement was signed by Tokyo attorney and Mt. Gox trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi

The announcement on its website is a follow-up an online system for non-corporate users, allowing them to file proofs of bankruptcy claims, from August 23, 2018.

“We released the System for individual (non-corporate) users on August 23, 2018, but, going forward, the System will be also available to corporate users who filed their proofs of bankruptcy claim by online method in the bankruptcy proceedings. The System is available at MTGOX’s website for the System,” read the announcement.

The August 23 announcement is a follow on from an update dated August 2, 2018, in which officials cleared information about ultimate payouts and other issues.

However, from the collapse of the exchange four years ago, Mt. Gox is finding ways to compensate for their lost bitcoins.

Earlier, when Mt. Gox’s creditors were opened to gates to file rehabilitation claims, nearly 24,000 creditors had got their funds back along with some returns on their involuntary, four-year-long investment.

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