In a report from the Wall Street Journal, it was revealed that Mark Karpelès, former CEO of the once popular Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange, was found “not guilty on charges of embezzlement and abusing his position in the company for personal gain”, reports Crypto New Media. This claim was made by three judges in a Tokyo court case this Thursday, March 14th.
While he’s free of those charges, the past CEO has been found guilty of producing illegal records, in which he received a two and a half year suspended sentence.
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