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July 17, 2018, 10:41:40 PM
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I stumbled upon this the other day:

https://www.reddit.com/r/mtgoxinsolvency/comments/8uoa5g/do_we_know_the_total_amount_of_btc_claims_from/

Quote from: /u/PeaceHere
So not taking into account new claims from CR:

If Gox has 137,891 BTC and claims are for 795,329 BTC, then that means 17.3%.

So if we have a claim for 10 BTC, we should roughly get back 1.73 BTC (plus forks) on top of the $4830 (in JPY) (10 x $483), as part of the bankruptcy process that someone said is still part of the equation.

I guess this is why people in here are saying 15-18% of BTC claim, in addition to the JPY.

Nothing seems to have been confirmed at the moment, but the current proceedings seem to be infinitely better than $500 per Bitcoin lost. All things considered, this is probably the best case scenario for those affected. They definitely still got screwed though as they could have kept the full amount if this didn't happen.
1.73 BTC would equal 12,741.43 USD, and that is much better than the Bitcoins they had back then (10 BTC * 500 USD= 5,000 USD). I really hope Mt. Gox gives a little compensation at least to their customers. TradeFortress has returned and has started giving reimbursements for Inputs.io users, so should Mt.Gox, and they shouldn't be having the 200,000 bitcoins for these many years. They should done something at that moment itself, but they didn't.


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