Mt. Gox registration and repayment deadlines pushed back again

Quick Take

  • Crucial deadlines in the Mt. Gox rehabilitation plan — including repayments — have been pushed back by approximately one month.

The payee deadline for the selection and registration, in regard to Mt. Gox's rehabilitation plan, has been postponed to April 6 after obtaining court approval.

An announcement notes that this may be the last such extension. "In the interest of making the repayments to rehabilitation creditors as early as possible, unless there are unavoidable reasons, further extension of the deadline will be difficult," it reads.

A court has also granted permission for the rehabilitation trustee to change the base repayment deadline, early lump-sum repayment deadline and intermediate repayment deadline to Oct. 31 from Sept. 30. This means repayments will now go out between April 6 and Oct. 31.


Keep up with the latest news, trends, charts and views on crypto and DeFi with a new biweekly newsletter from The Block's Frank Chaparro

By signing-up you agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy
By signing-up you agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

Mt. Gox is a defunct bitcoin exchange that dominated the industry's early days before ceasing operations in 2014 after losing hundreds of thousands of bitcoins.

© 2023 The Block. All Rights Reserved. This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

About Author

Adam is the managing editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He is based in central Europe and was a managing editor and podcast host at the crypto exchange OKX's former research arm, OKX Insights. Before that, he co-founded, which he elevated into one of the leading crypto media brands at its peak as the editor-in-chief. Earlier, he served as the editor-in-chief at Before joining the blockchain and crypto industry, he worked for, and He tweets via @XBT002 and can be emailed at [email protected].


To contact the editor of this story:
Andrew Rummer at
[email protected]