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April 19, 2015, 08:31:39 AM
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The missing MtGox bitcoins

We received a lot of positive feedback on our release of our preliminary investigation into the Willy bot, even though it was already quite old (written circa August 2014). We also said we hoped to release more of our information over time, even though we have to take some care doing so. But while we have good relations to responsibly acquire and exchange information and share efforts, and reception from people online has been very encouraging, official interest has been pretty low.

http://blog.wizsec.jp/2015/04/the-missing-mtgox-bitcoins.html



so much work. just ask Mark where he stores all the coins  Undecided

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http://www.coindesk.com/most-mt-gox-bitcoins-were-gone-by-may-2013-report-claims/

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Another report on the usual topic... This doesn't add much more info to the one we previously had, but it's an interesting read, nevertheless. Now we know this was a mix of carelessness and inside job.
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