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Mark Karpeles was the CEO of Mt. Gox, which for some time was the largest Bitcoin exchange in the world until it collapsed in 2014. Set up in 2010, the Mt. Gox exchange has reached its peak by 2013 when it was handling up to 80% of the world's Bitcoin trading volume. It suspended operations in 2014, and then filed for bankruptcy, with a millions of dollars worth of customers' funds being lost. Karpeles was subsequently charged with embezzlement by the Japanese authorities (Mt. Gox was based in Japan). His trial is still ongoing as of 2016.
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Disgraced Mt.Gox CEO Mark Karpeles’ trial for charges of embezzlement and data manipulation begin this week with the high-flying Frenchman expected to plead not...
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The notorious Mark Karpeles, CEO of Mt Gox, was released on bail yesterday after paying nearly $100,000 prior to being released, according to Japanese media.
A class-action lawsuit filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against the now infamous former Bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, and its owner Mark Karpeles, is...
Shamed Mt. Gox former CEO Mark Karpeles allegedly used suspected embezzled funds to pay for prostitutes, new reports claim.
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Regulatory bureau for banks within the United States Department of the Treasury called for a “balanced” approach to Bitcoin regulation and more news
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Mark Karpeles has been under investigation by Japanese authorities since Febru-ary of 2014 and is soon expected to face charges of fraud at Mt. Gox.
Former CEO Mark Karpeles warns Mt. Gox's US$500 million loss of funds could happen again, just as BitFinex announces its own possible solution.
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