Mt. Gox Repays Creditors: $3.9 Billion in Crypto and Cash!

• Mt Gox initiates repayment process for creditors, scheduled to be completed by October 31, 2023.
• Creditors will receive a mix of cryptocurrencies and fiat money.
• The Tokyo District Court could grant permission to extend the deadline for making repayments.

Mt Gox Begins Long-Awaited Crypto Repayments

Mt Gox has initiated the long-awaited repayment process for its creditors, which is expected to be completed by October 31, 2023. The Tokyo District Court may grant permission to extend this deadline if necessary.

Creditors Anticipate $3.9 Billion in BTC and BCH Payments

Creditors are expecting payments of 142,000 BTC ($3.9 billion), 143,000 BCH ($17.9 million) and 69 billion Japanese yen ($523 million). The initial 200,000 yen worth of each creditor’s claim will be paid in yen while the remaining balance will be paid out as a mix of approximately 71% cryptocurrency and 29% cash after that initial payment is made.

Coordination with Financial Institutions

The Trustee is currently coordinating with various financial institutions including cryptocurrency exchanges in order to facilitate the distribution of payments to creditors before the October deadline. This coordination could take some time resulting in potential delay of payments beyond the set date if necessary.

Significant Milestone Reached

The commencement of repayments marks a significant milestone in Mt Gox’s saga as creditors eagerly await their lost funds being returned back to them safely and securely through regulatory compliance within the crypto industry.


Overall, Mt Gox has initiated its repayment process for its creditors which should be completed by October 31, 2023 unless granted an extension from the Tokyo District Court due to coordination delays with financial institutions facilitating payments with a mix of cryptocurrencies and fiat money towards claimants with over 200,000 yen worth of claims receiving 71% crypto and 29% cash after initial yen payment.

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