19 Apr '15, 6am

MtGox was operating at fractional reserve since at least 2012 by

MtGox was operating at fractional reserve since at least 2012 by

Notes: The "gap" in the left-most part of the graph is caused by MtGox bitcoins that we temporarily lose track of (likely as they pass through old cold storage that we have not yet mapped out). They later reappear in known addresses, which marks the "end" of the gap. Similarly, unreliable data prior to June 2011 has been excluded from the graph. Also missing from the graph are the lost-and-later-found 200,000 BTC, which were deposited into cold storage during this early period and then remained untouched until after the collapse. (As such, those coins were in effect lost and unavailable to MtGox.)

Full article: http://blog.wizsec.jp/2015/04/the-missing-mtgox-bitcoins....

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