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Japanese authorities are investigating the exchange Mt. Gox, which stopped its activity and alarm community threw in the virtual currency Bitcoin.
New York prosecutor in turn has issued summons to Mt. Gox, which directs operations in the United States, reports the newspaper ” The Wall Street Journal.”

This information emerged following the deepening financial crisis that platform, headquartered in Tokyo – one of the oldest and largest exchanges established in 2009, e- currency,  AFP said on Monday. Yesterday content on its website simply disappeared , then the stock exchange publishes short message declaring ” stop all transactions now.” In fact, Mt. Gox has stopped transactions on 7 February and clients, investing in Bitcoin her fear that they were deceived. The investigation is the first official response of the Japanese authorities have so far refrained from commenting on this new sector, elusive to traditional regulation.

Tokyo was forced to respond after the spread of the Internet document presented as a “plan to end the crisis” of Mt. Gox, which states that hackers had stolen from the company nearly 750,000 Bitcoin – about $450 million at the rate of Bitcoin today the global trading platforms with this virtual currency.

Events around Mt. Gox plunged into crisis youngest virtual currency, allowing, inter alia, trade in goods and services over the internet. Six other Bitcoin exchanges have tried to limit the damage, distinguishing clearly from Mt. Gox yesterday, she was accused of “unacceptable actions that do not reflect any solidity or value of Bitcoin and the industry of digital currency.”

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