In a “Notice of Release of Online Voting Function,” the court-appointed trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi has invited creditors to consider and vote for the plan, should it meet their approval.
With the defendants in Dr. Craig Wright’s Stolen Coin case being served this week, more details about the lawsuit have emerged.
Roman Sterlingov, the Russian-Swedish citizen suspected of being the administrator of Bitcoin Fog, was charged with his involvement in laundering some 1.2 million BTC over the period.
Two prominent names in the Crypto Crime Cartel were arrested as the long overdue legal reckoning chews through prominent industry companies and individuals at the start of what is set to be a busy 2021.
Much misinformation has floated around the internet in the wake of Dr. Craig S. Wright's letters before action to Bitcoin (and its related forks) protocol developers.
The complaint alleges Mark Karpeles engaged in fraud by taking $400 million from the exchange, which he subsequently blamed on hackers.
Nobuaki Kobayashi filed the plan with the Tokyo District Court, setting out how he intends to apportion the firm’s remaining assets between creditors, including former users, who are still awaiting money.
The present case is focusing on Alexander Vinnik’s alleged involvement in ransomware fraud to the tune of $159 million.
Trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi said the plan would be published on December 15, the latest of a number of pushbacks of the date for publication.
The class action lawsuit filed in the United States against former Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles will proceed as planned.
nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright has released a statement on the Bitcoin in the 1Feex address that was stolen from Mt. Gox in March 2011.