As previously reported by EtherDesk, the exchangeprimarilydisplayedits claims process in the month of Aug., earlier this year, following aprolongedbankruptcy battle.
Even in June, petitionersrequestingtheir Bitcoin [BTC] back wona significantvictory,when theJapanese bankruptcy court overseeing the proceedings shifted the caseto oneof civil rehabilitation,that meant thecreditors could filefor theircrypto holdings,instead ofarescriptequivalentbased oncryptoprices backin year 2014.
The price of Bitcoin [BTC] wasaround$600 USD at the time the exchange declared bankruptcy,Howeverlatersoared to around $20,000 USD inDec2017 and is around $6,459.409 USD at the reporting time,in line with Bitcoin [BTC] Price Index by CoinChangelly.
However, as the deadline ofOct.passes, asstartedin the month of June this year, Mt. Gox exchange trustee Nobuaki Kobayashiwouldhavean additionalthreemonths of time to filean announcementof approval or rejection.
While creditors can file for their lost Bitcoins [BTC],they can notnonethelessclaimproceedsfrom any of the bitcoin forks that occurred since the funds wereinitiallyfrozen in 2014.
As per a statement issued for the civil rehabilitation process:
“At this moment,we plan toacceptspecific filing of cryptosaside frombitcoins. Instead,we plan toconsiderbitcoin creditorswhohave fileda refund claim for bitcoins haveadditionallyfileda proofof claims foralternativecryptocurrencies proportionate tothe quantityof bitcoins filed.We wouldpost themoreelaborateddataon thisweb site.”
Bothcompanyand individual creditorsare liable tofile for their claims as from last month.