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Disgraced Mt. Gox CEO delivers a jab to the Bitcoin community for failure to raise the block size limit.
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 to be dismissed
Bruce Fenton is a well-known Bitcoin activist in the crypto community. The Managing Director and founder of Atlantic Financial Inc. and Boston Gulf Advisors Group, more recently Bruce has been voted into the Bitcoin Foundation as executive director.
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.
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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
Charlie Shrem accuses Mark Karpeles of not having cared about Mt. Gox's users, and calls the former digital currency exchange a ponzi scheme.
Mark Karpelès is believed to have manipulated his own account on the bitcoin exchange by millions of dollars Overstock has sold a US$5 million “cryptobond” to New York-based trading firm FNY Managed Accounts, and more news
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.
Newly elected board member of the Bitcoin Foundation Olivier Janssens has gone to Reddit to post an extensive critique on the foundation.
Tokyo police has served another arrest warrant on Mark Karpelès; the World Wide Web Consortium prepares to launch a Web Payments Working Group and more top stories for August 21.
After nearly a year of investigations, Japanese police are saying that the missing Mt. Gox Bitcoin vanished due to someone with inside knowledge of the system.
Shamed Mt. Gox former CEO Mark Karpeles allegedly used suspected embezzled funds to pay for prostitutes, new reports claim.
The number two spot for the most hated man in Bitcoin has changed a lot. Currently, it might just be Josh Garza as many PayCoin investors are not happy with the results of that investment. For a while it was Butterfly Labs CEO Sonny Vleisides, and for a while it was that NewsWeek reporter. But the number one spot has n...
While the overall thrill on Mt.Gox case has ceased, the Japan-based service succeeds to provide rather interesting news on regular basics. The only problem is that facts dug out by hackers and enthusiasts, claims of lawyers and traces of truth spoken out by Mark Karpeles are not matching and provide a vague image even ...
Peter Todd has outlined his view that more regulation on all levels is on the way for the digital currency sector; Stellar adopts SCP protocol; Gavin Andresen has called Shrem and Karpeles a “black eye” for the organization, and other news.
Mt.Gox has presented the necessary documentation to Tokyo’s police to help with the investigation of the colossal Bitcoin loss on behalf of the exchange. Mt.Gox has already recovered almost 200,000 Bitcoins from a forgotten wallet. But how much more is out there?
The private beta version of Coinarch will allow testers to place bets with up to 8 times leverage on the crypto-currency whose price will be based on Bitstamp, a Slovenia-based exchange.
Sunday morning has brought us very important announcment that CEO and owner of the notorious exchange service MT.Gox Mark Karpeles has resigned from a responsible position at the Bitcoin Foundation.
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