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February 28, 2014, 07:02:01 PM

I mentioned this days ago I will voice it again. If there is anything that Gox victims can collaboratively work on the first and foremost is demanding Gox to preserve and produce transaction and wallet information. They said previously that the coins were "not stolen just yet" but only "temporarily unavailable", they're now saying it might have been stolen but at the same time Mark is saying he honestly doesn't know where the coins are. OK, they probably have no clue of what really happened, but they should know where the coins are simply by following the transactions 'cause all coins are in thr blockchain. OK they probably don't have the wallets or all the addresses, but at least they have all the deposit transaction history and they could just follow from there. Without a close examination and account of all the transactions and the transaction patterns, we cannot preclude:

1. The coins were not stolen.
2. The coins were not embezzled.
3. The coins were not confiscated.
4. The coins were never bought after investors' buy orders "shown" to be executed.

The last point was especially important, because if investors' fiat deposits were never vested in bitcoins then there is a huge question in the calculation of their liabilities.

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February 28, 2014, 07:37:41 PM

There are two things which are need to be done:

1. Demand from Mark clear explanation what has happened with the coins.

2. In the worst-case scenario (if all coins are gone) the best and the simple solution is here:

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