The first part of my series of interviews relating to Mt. Gox. I talk with Jed McCaleb from Stellar about the creation of Mt. Gox, the handover to Mark Karpelès and what responsibility he shares for its collapse.
In the second part of my series of interviews relating to Mt. Gox, I talk with Mark Karpelès, the CEO of the now bankrupt Bitcoin exchange. We discuss how he acquired the site, how it was hacked and who is responsible for its collapse.
In the third part of my series of interviews relating to Mt. Gox, I talk with the lawyer, Daniel Kelman, the architect of the civil rehabilitation plan for Mt.Gox creditors. We discuss this as well as the claims from Brock Pierce and Peter Vessenes.
In the fourth part of my series of interviews relating to Mt. Gox, I talk with Kim Nilsson, the author of the report Cracking Mt. Gox, investigation into the timeline of hacks and use of Willybot by the exchange.
In the fifth part of my series of interviews relating to Mt. Gox, I talk with Brock Pierce, the architect of Gox Rising, a mission to support creditors, maximise revenues and relaunch the exchange.
In the final part of my series of interviews relating to Mt. Gox, I talk with Andy Page, creator and elected administrator of Mt. Gox Legal. We reflect on my conversations, the history of what happened between Jed and Mark, CoinLab and Brock Pierce.
In this interview, I follow up with Andy Pag, who was part of my Mt. Gox series, following the news that he has stepped down as a coordinator for the creditors and sold his claim. Andy updates me on everything which has happened since we last spoke.
About Mt. Gox
In February 2014 Mt. Gox suspended trading and filed for bankruptcy after approximately 850,000 Bitcoins were stolen, at the time, valued at more than $450m. This What Bitcoin Did series of interviews is with a number of the key people related to Mt. Gox.
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