The trustee for the defunct Mt. Gox bitcoin (BTC) exchange is allowing corporate creditors to file claims to get bitcoin refunds through a recently approved rehabilitation process.

Nobuaki Kobayashi said in a release that former corporate users of the exchange will have until Oct. 22 to file proof backing their claims for refunds of assets held by the exchange.

“We have released an online rehabilitation claim filing system … which allows corporate users to file their proofs of claim by online methods in connection with the civil rehabilitation proceedings,” Kobayashi said.

Mt. Gox declared bankruptcy in 2014 following the theft of 744,000 bitcoin from the platform, according to CoinDesk. Read more here.

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