The History of the Mt Gox Hack: Bitcoins Biggest Heist
Launched in 2011, Mt. Gox was the world’s largest bitcoin exchange, handling up to 70% of bitcoin trades, until its spectacular demise in 2014.
The Mt.Gox 150,000 Bitcoin Return Deadline: Here is What
Mt.Gox was a cryptocurrency exchange that got hacked but still needs to distribute around 150,000 BTC. It seems that an Mt.Gox cold wallet just sent 600 BTC to another wallet.
Mt.Gox Bitcoin Distribution Drags On as CoinLab Wants $15
The Bitcoin in Mt.Gox’s possession, which is estimated to be 141,000 coins, won’t be distributed to the creditors until at least 2020 due to the recent deadline extension; though, it’s now likely to drag on for longer because of the aforementioned lawsuits.
Mt. Gox Creditors Will Soon Claim $4.9 Billion in Bitcoin
Mt Gox disclosed the theft of approximately 850,000 bitcoin (worth more than $450 million at the time) in February 2014. The exchange suspended trading, filed …
3 Things to Know about the Mt. Gox Hack
Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox filed for bankruptcy last week, saying hackers had stolen the equivalent of $460 million from its online coffers. The news rocked the bitcoin world, and it