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Angry Bitcoin investors demand answers at Tokyo creditors’ meet

23
Jul
2014

Bitcoin investors voiced anger Wednesday after the first creditors meeting for failed Tokyo trading exchange MtGox, whose spectacular collapse hammered the digital currencys reputation and left a trail of unanswered questions. They are very careful about giving out any information at this stage, it seems, Kim Nilsson, 32, a Tokyo-based information technology engineer, told AFP after the meeting. Kolin Burges, a 40-year-old investor from London, lashed out what he called a lack of transparency over the missing money. People who attended the meeting said former MtGox chief Mark Karpeles and a court-appointed lawyer managing the firms bankruptcy proceedings gave no clear answer about what happened to their money.

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