The managers of the bankrupt MtGox exchange announced plans to begin paying compensation in Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash to clients affected by the collapse of the site in July.

Customers are promised to be paid 142,000 bitcoins, 143,000 Bitcoin Cash (BCH) coins and 69 billion Japanese yen.

Mt. Exchange Gox was one of the world’s largest trading platforms, operating from 2010 to 2014. As a result of a hack in 2014, more than 850,000 bitcoins were stolen from Mt.Gox, the value of which at the current exchange rate reaches $57 billion.

The exchange’s bankruptcy led to litigation, and it was not until 2021 that a plan to reimburse affected customers was presented.

Earlier, QCP Capital experts said that the Bitcoin rate is constrained by the uncertainty surrounding the distribution of cryptocurrency assets of the MtGox exchange.