Chief of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox pleads not guilty to embezzlement: Nikkei

according to the Nikkei. Mt. Gox once handled 80 percent of the world’s bitcoin trades but filed for bankruptcy in 2014 after losing some 850,000 bitcoins – then worth around half a billion U.S. dollars – and $28 million in cash from its Japanese bank …
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