Mt. Gox's bankruptcy trustee and CEO Mark Karpeles faced creditors for the first time today, but many answers remain.
New exchange joint venture BitOcean Japan will launch in August, with the aim of buying Mt. Gox's remaining assets.
The domain name Bitcoins.com, owned by Mt. Gox's Mark Karpeles, will be auctioned on 24th July.
According to leaked documents, Tibanne K.K. invoiced Mt. Gox for almost $200,000 after filing for bankruptcy.
Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles has given his first media interview to the WSJ, admitting leadership failures.
The CEO of defunct exchange Mt. Gox has tweeted about noodles and sunsets, with seeming disregard for his audience.
A Dallas bankruptcy judge has approved Mt. Gox's bid for bankruptcy protection in the US.
The procedural move potentially opens the door for Japanese officials to become more involved in the case.
The as-yet-unofficial rescue plan is gaining support from Mt. Gox customers, but many obstacles remain.
Tibanne, the owner of Mt. Gox, is looking to sell its bitcoin trademark despite questions about the trademark's validity.