Mt. Gox, a sadly famous and now defunct Japanese bitcoin exchange has extended its rehabilitation system to corporate users. It was announced in an official statement that was posted on the exchange on the 13th of September.
In the end of August, there was announced the rehabilitation for individual users, now, the exchange has extended it to corporate users, as well. For individual users, the deadline for claims is the 22nd of October, and they can file the claims both online and offline.
The announcement was signed by a lawyer in Tokyo, Nobuaki Kobayashi, who is the appointed person to act as a civil rehabilitation trustee to manage the bankruptcy estate funds of the former exchange.
Last year, he was the one who sold big sums of bitcoins, claiming, that the funds earned will be used to compensate the users for their losses. This process gave him a name “Tokyo Bitcoin Whale“ and has caused a lot of disputes among the specialists.