A court-appointed trustee for bankrupt Mt. Gox sold $406.6 million in bitcoins (BTC) and bitcoin cash (BCC) over the past six months to reimburse approximately 25,000 creditors, reports CCN. Mt. Gox, a bitcoin exchange, filed for bankruptcy after an estimated 750,000 bitcoins went missing. The trustee, Nobuaki Kobayashi, sold roughly 35,000 bitcoins for a market average of approximately $10,100 per coin, according to the CCN report. Kobayashi indicated he will sell more bitcoins in the future to reimburse creditors, and, according to Coinjournal, the bankrupt company was able to recover about 200,000 bitcoin in March that had gone missing. Read more here.

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