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February 14, 2014, 06:22:04 PM
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Mt Gox got robbed?  I think its more like Mt Gox is robbing.

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Mt Gox using people deposits for investments/own expenses is robbing.

So thieves got tricked with easy trick "Mt Gox can you resend me my Bitcoins, I still didnt received" is pretty funny
But according to blockchain they will reapond that transaction is visible @blockchain and confermed. So in that case wont work I guess.

 
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February 14, 2014, 08:38:49 PM
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Mt Gox got robbed?  I think its more like Mt Gox is robbing.

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Mt Gox using people deposits for investments/own expenses is robbing.

So thieves got tricked with easy trick "Mt Gox can you resend me my Bitcoins, I still didnt received" is pretty funny
But according to blockchain they will reapond that transaction is visible @blockchain and confermed. So in that case wont work I guess.
Which is why their story is bullshit. It is very easy to confirm that the money was in fact sent to the proper address. Probably easy to automate it too. Incompetence or robbery, doesn't matter, but looks like robbery is the more likely story to me.

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February 27, 2014, 06:33:34 AM
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What now?

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February 27, 2014, 07:30:55 AM
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Mt Gox got robbed?  I think its more like Mt Gox is robbing.

Agree! That's just an ugly truth that some of us don't want to believe in. After they've got a lot of coins they are just vanished. Nobody knows where  Mark Karpeles is hiding from customers.
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February 27, 2014, 12:51:11 PM
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Mt Gox got robbed?  I think its more like Mt Gox is robbing.

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Mt Gox using people deposits for investments/own expenses is robbing.

So thieves got tricked with easy trick "Mt Gox can you resend me my Bitcoins, I still didnt received" is pretty funny
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I don't believe in "internal double-spending" loss of funds explanation provided in doubtful presentation. What we've got now - rumours, interpretations and guess-works mostly based on fears and cumulative bad news from around MtGox. It seems like under a heap of real troubles faced by Tibanne corp (Mt Gox), there's a market-manipulation & bit coin-pressure load. 

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February 28, 2014, 08:48:59 PM
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Mt Gox got robbed??? I dont think so..... Mt Gox robbed "us"

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February 28, 2014, 08:59:53 PM
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What happened to mt gox and bitcoin sounds more like virtual bank robbery; comparable to hijacking an armored truck of gold and replacing it with fake gold.
Yeah, if you check the blockchain, you can see that MtGox's addresses are full of Dogecoins.

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March 01, 2014, 08:09:59 AM
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This is the information to (who owns the legal currency and BTC in Mt.gox in ) who have a claim against Mt.gox.

It must be a " notification of rehabilitation claim at a predetermined style of the court " in order to protect the receivables held .
For those who are living in Japan , it is cumbersome , but it is not a procedure too difficult , you can also be done on your own , if small .
Hurdle is slightly higher for those who are living abroad , and that the only attorney in the country with a firm cooperation and lawyers in Japan in detail the laws of Japan or ask a lawyer in Japan.

You think that it is quick to listen to the way of proceedings in court and search for " notification of rehabilitation claim " If you want a report on your own , you must first understand the mechanism and rough procedure .
All you need is prepared and note here , a possibility that a small portion of that of the receivables held only be refunded is is that large.

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