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April 24, 2015, 05:23:18 PM
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Karma will get him. You dont just piss off an international community without reprecussions.
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April 24, 2015, 05:38:13 PM
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I wonder what the secret reason for this is? You don't usually see someone giving back millions from their own money, millions that someone else stole.
Let's see how this turns out, maybe Kraken is really just run by a 'good guy'.
However someone needs to put Karpeles in prison. I'm pretty sure that a lot of people would be happy even without their money (many have probably accepted that it is gone).

I still don't get how Karpeles got away with it without any consequences. And about Kraken being the good guy I don't think so. It's a business after all which means they are surely getting some sort of profit by doing that. I actually remember reading some dodgy shit about Kraken but I can't remember what It was. I think I saw it on Reddit.
Mark was working with the authorities in Japan from day one. He didn't step foot on US soil because he knew it would end up badly. Thankfully for him most of Mt Gox's clients were from western countries so not many people in Japan would go looking for him. If the local authorities had somehow confirmed that he wasn't committing any crimes and he was cooperating with them I can't see why they'd want to put him in jail. We don't even know if he'll go to trial actually.

Even though I personally believe that with Gox there was at least serious misconduct or manipulation involved to some degree, he definitely deserves a fair trial - like everyone else. If your company fails, this doesn't necessarily mean you're guilty of something. Businesses (especially start-ups) fail every day. They have to dig and find out whether he was doing anything that was indeed illegal.

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April 24, 2015, 05:48:50 PM
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Even though I personally believe that with Gox there was at least serious misconduct or manipulation involved to some degree, he definitely deserves a fair trial - like everyone else. If your company fails, this doesn't necessarily mean you're guilty of something. Businesses (especially start-ups) fail every day. They have to dig and find out whether he was doing anything that was indeed illegal.

He surely deserves a trial, but if Japanese authorities don't think that he's committed any crimes he'll probably stay out of such procedures.



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May 19, 2015, 08:32:19 PM
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Anyone heard anything back from kraken or mtgox after filing a claim? I locked myself out of my account somehow and ended up sending the completed paperwork to Japan where it was received a week ago. Haven't heard anything. Don't know what to expect to be honest!
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May 26, 2015, 02:27:55 PM
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Received a confirmation from mtgox today:

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Dear user,
 
This e-mail is a notification that is being sent to the person who filed a bankruptcy claim against MtGox Co., Ltd. (“MTGOX”) or amended any details of such filing by completing a bankruptcy claim form and mailing it to the Office of the Bankruptcy Trustee of the bankrupt MtGox in relation to MTGOX’s bankruptcy proceedings (Tokyo District Court 2014 (fu) No. 3830) (hereinafter referred to as the “Offline Method”). The creditor number XXXXXX has been allotted for the filing of your bankruptcy claim. Please make a note of this number, as you will need it for the forthcoming bankruptcy proceedings. We hereby inform the said person that the Bankruptcy Trustee has received either a Proof of Bankruptcy Claim form or an Application for Amendment of Proof of Bankruptcy Claim (as the case may be) from him/her.  Please contact the Office of the Bankruptcy Trustee, if you did not file a bankruptcy claim or amend any details of such filing but received this email (Tel: 03-4588-3921 for Japanese speakers and +81-3-4588-3922 for English speakers).
 
This email is used only for the purpose of sending messages, and we are unable to check or respond to any replies to this email.
 
Nobuaki Kobayashi, attorney-at-law, bankruptcy trustee of the bankrupt MtGox Co., Ltd.

(Creditor number redacted)

Has anyone else heard anything from them? What can we expect to get back from them, if anything at all?
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May 26, 2015, 07:57:36 PM
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Even though I personally believe that with Gox there was at least serious misconduct or manipulation involved to some degree, he definitely deserves a fair trial - like everyone else. If your company fails, this doesn't necessarily mean you're guilty of something. Businesses (especially start-ups) fail every day. They have to dig and find out whether he was doing anything that was indeed illegal.

He surely deserves a trial, but if Japanese authorities don't think that he's committed any crimes he'll probably stay out of such procedures.

Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper wrote a story half a year ago that claimed the Japanese police believe 99% of the disappeared Bitcoins were due to an inside job, but they have not named a suspect. I doubt their lawyers will let the police name Karples before he has had a fair trial.

http://www.coindesk.com/missing-mt-gox-bitcoins-inside-job-japanese-police/

The disappearance of 99% of the bitcoins missing from Mt Gox can be blamed on internal system manipulation and not any external attack, a major Japanese newspaper has claimed.

Citing an unnamed source connected to the ongoing police investigation, Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper led with the story on the front page of its New Year's Day edition. Only 7,000 BTC, or 1% of the total 650,000 missing, could be attributed to hacking attacks from outside the company, it said.

Yomiuri did not elaborate further on the matter.

That a company insider might have been responsible for the theft of 650,000 BTC from Mt Gox has been whispered about for some time, though no-one in particular has been named as a suspect, even unofficially.
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May 26, 2015, 08:05:17 PM
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I was looking at that source, it does not look very reliable.....
I would like to hear this from kraken self, or from some kinda known page.
Just trusting any random stuff written on the Internet is not a good idea.
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