As there is a lot of confusion surrounding how the MtGox civil
rehabilitation distribution will happen, here is an attempt to share my
understanding of things, and an interactive calculator for estimating your possible
Warning: This unofficial guide is based on a best-effort understanding
of the process and estimates of the total assets and liabilities of the estate.
I am not a lawyer and this is neither legal advice nor
financial advice. If you are a creditor, it is solely your own responsibility
to educate yourself and make informed decisions about your claim, and
consulting with legal professionals if needed.
10 second summary version:
- There will be an upcoming vote on this civil rehabilitation plan. Vote yes.
- You will get a choice: wait until the end of the process or ask for an early payout.
- Early payout: faster, risk-free guaranteed payouts at 90%+ of maximum.
- Waiting: several more years, will probably receive a bit more, but possibly less.
The process explained
There’s been a great many twists and turns in the MtGox post-collapse saga,
with many legal obstacles and attempted workarounds. The
civil-rehabilitation-turned-bankruptcy-turned-civil-rehabilitation case is an
unprecedented case for Japan, with a number of complicating factors, such as:
- Creditor claims in a novel asset.
An unusually high assets-to-liabilities ratio, with a very large amount of
- Largely refraining from liquidating (bitcoin) assets.
An extreme value appreciation in those assets, while the legal claim
valuation remains fixed.
Tens of thousands of creditors spread out all over the world, who largely
don’t speak Japanese or have any relevant experience with the legal process.
As a consequence, it’s no wonder that the claim handling and planned
distribution process is rather convoluted, with several aspects that at first
glance might appear arbitrary or unfair, but there is generally a good reason
why everything looks the way it does—usually due to legal requirements, or as
a workaround to legal restrictions that were causing problems for creditors.
Between 2014–2018, MtGox was in bankruptcy proceedings. If you were a
creditor in these proceedings, you filed a claim and your bitcoins were valued
at the exchange rate at the time, 50,058.12 JPY per BTC. All claims in
these proceedings are legally required to be valued in JPY.
The approximately 200,000 BTC held by the bankruptcy estate meanwhile
kept appreciating in value, eventually overtaking the total legal claim value
of all creditors and creating a “surplus” which would have been paid out to
shareholders instead of creditors. To avoid this, creditors and the trustee
worked to convert the bankruptcy into
civil rehabilitation proceedings instead.
As the process restarted in mid-2018, claims were re-filed with new
valuations, with 1 BTC valued at 749,318.83 JPY. Additionally, by this time
Bitcoin Cash had forked away from Bitcoin and were claimable in the civil
rehabilitation, at a valuation of 97,481.19 JPY. Since then the market rate
for Bitcoin has continued to greatly increase, but thanks to the increased
flexibility of the civil rehabilitation process we are not heading towards
another “surplus” situation; all of the estate’s assets are going to be
distributed to creditors.
Due to legal quirks, there are a lot more claims in the civil rehabilitation
than there were during the bankruptcy. In addition to everyone that has filed
civil rehabilitation claims, the trustee is also recognizing certain unclaimed
customer accounts and will reserve and hold their payouts for years in case
their owners attempt to pursue these claims in the future. There are two types
of these “zombie claims”: people who filed bankruptcy claims but failed to
file a civil rehabilitation claim, and accounts that were unclaimed in either
process. The claims list from 2019 reported the current claims as:
Unfortunately, even if no one claims these zombie funds, they will eventually go to
the Japanese government rather than being redistributed to other “real”
creditors. The Z1 category of zombie claims are at this point impossible to avoid, but creditor groups filed an objection to all Z2 claims hoping to get
them dropped. The trustee previously attempted to contact all Z2 account
holders and has admitted anyone who responded within some deadline (so far some 6,500 claims), but for
remaining claims the objection has a good chance of standing, which would see those claims dropped.
Determined vs undetermined claims
After you filed your claim, the trustee either approved or rejected your
claimed amounts (or approved only a partial amount). If you agreed with the
trustee’s decision, your claim is now considered and final.
If you were rejected and filed an objection, your claim remains
and disputed. A disputed claim becomes determined
once the dispute is resolved and its proper amount is decided by the
Currently, there are about 860,000 BTC/BCH and 8.8B JPY in
determined claims, and about 130,000 BTC/BCH and 50B JPY in undetermined
claims. Of the latter,
is responsible for almost the entire undetermined fiat amount, while other
creditors are attempting to get large BTC amounts approved. Disputes thus far
have largely resolved in favor of the trustee, with only a few thousand BTC
added to determined claims.
Realistically, the for current creditors is
therefore if none of the remaining undetermined claims are approved (including
CoinLab), leaving the total claim amount at the current determined claim
amount. To get a better payout than that would require extraordinary events
such as the recovery of significant additional assets, which at this point is
As a prerequisite for the conversion to civil rehabilitation, the trustee
needed to guarantee that no bankruptcy creditor would ever receive worse
results than under bankruptcy—including fiat creditors who were set to receive
a full 100% payout under the “surplus” situation—as otherwise those creditors
might raise objections. Therefore, any creditor who had a fiat bankruptcy claim will receive the full value of
that claim. This includes Z1 zombie claims.
The paid out amount will be the bankruptcy valuation of the
fiat claims, plus delay damages for the time period until the
start of civil rehabilitation (at 6% per year, adding up to about 25.9%). This
payout counts towards your civil rehabilitation fiat claim payouts, and will
typically exceed the size of your civil rehabilitation claim (thanks to the
delay damages), i.e. you’ll have no remaining fiat claims for the rest of the
(Note that there will be no delay damages paid out on civil rehabilitation
The trustee also reserved a buffer of what bankruptcy creditors would have received for their crypto claims (50,058.12 JPY per BTC) by selling a portion of MtGox’s
remaining bitcoins in order to guard against a possible future drop in market
value. The estate currently holds 141,686 BTC and 142,846 BCH, plus about 68
billion JPY worth of fiat.
A note on claim valuation
As mentioned above, your claims of each currency are converted into JPY at a
valuation fixed at the start of the civil rehabilitation process. Distribution
meanwhile will happen in JPY, BTC and BCH. For simplicity’s sake when
estimating your claim, let’s group all of your fiat currency claims into a
single JPY denominated “fiat” claim. Similarly, you can group your combined BTC and
BCH claims into a single JPY denominated “crypto” claim.
The valuation used is the source of many misconceptions, e.g. that it somehow
limits potential payouts to BTC creditors. The confusion is understandable
considering what happened during the bankruptcy process and given that the BTC
valuation is again several times lower than the current market value (though
the BCH valuation is now than the current market
value), but in actuality the current situation is quite different.
It can perhaps help to think of the claim valuations not as actual JPY but instead as
an arbitrary unit of measurement of the relative sizes of claims;
“goxyen” if you will. All assets and claims are valued and denominated
in these goxyen at fixed valuations; it is the unit of account for
the estate. In other words, it is the goxyen asset amounts that will be
proportionally divided between the goxyen claim amounts.
Only at distribution time once you awarded a certain prorated goxyen amount
for each of your claims does this amount get translated back into actual assets.
For fiat claims, this is simple: 1 goxyen = 1 JPY. For BTC/BCH claims, their
fixed valuation is used in reverse: 749,318.83 goxyen = 1 BTC
and 97,481.19 goxyen = 1 BCH.
Recall however that the trustee sold bitcoins? As a result of this sale and the
general imbalance of assets in the estate, your BTC/BCH claims will actually
be paid out as a combination of JPY and BTC/BCH. The proportion of your
claim paid out as fiat depends on the exact assets/liabilities remaining, but
is estimated to be around 30% of the goxyen valuation.
The artificial valuation does affect the proportions between fiat and
BTC/BCH claims and thus how much fiat you’ll get for your BTC/BCH claim, but
it’s important to note is that all remaining BTC/BCH assets will be paid
out to BTC/BCH creditors, so no matter the valuation there’s no longer
any “lost” windfall unless something extreme happens.
Small sum payments
Given how many creditors there are in the MtGox case, the logistics of the
distribution process is a massive task that will incur significant expense. In
order to somewhat simplify it, the trustee will make
small sum payments of up to 200,000 JPY per creditor. In other
words, the first 200,000 JPY of your combined claim will be paid
out in full as JPY. This first applies to your fiat claim and then your
Similarly to the priority payments, the small sum payments count towards your
claims; the paid out amount will be deducted from your remaining claim
amounts. As a result, the smallest claims will be left at 0 after this payout
and will not participate in the remaining distribution process.
For crypto claims, the small sum payment is prorated between your BTC and BCH
claim according to their goxyen valuation. For example, a 200,000 JPY payment
going entirely towards a crypto claim with 1 BTC and 1 BCH (= 749,318.83 +
97,481.19 goxyen) will result in 177,976.57 goxyen being subtracted from your
BTC claim and 23,023.43 goxyen being subtracted from your BCH claim (0.236 BTC
and 0.236 BCH), with those amounts being considered fully repaid.
Creditors who qualify for a priority payment will typically have no remaining
fiat claim, and their small sum payment will thus count entirely towards their
crypto claims (if any).
The priority payment and small sum payment are collectively referred to as the
base payments, and will expend some of MtGox’s assets but also reduce
the amount of liabilities (claims). The remaining assets at this point will be
distributed proportionally between remaining claims (i.e. prorated), with the
ratio of remaining post-base payment assets to liabilities as the
final payment rate. In other words, everyone is awarded the same
percentage of their remaining claims.
Again, it is the claim valuations (i.e. goxyen) that are
prorated, and that you won’t receive your entire prorated goxyen amount as
BTC/BCH but rather as a combination of fiat and BTC/BCH. To estimate the
actual BTC/BCH amounts you can expect to receive you will need to run through
the entire claim calculation.
CoinLab and Fortress / MGIF
As previously mentioned, CoinLab is suing the MtGox estate for a large amount
of money; they are currently suing for a 50B JPY claim, but they originally
filed for (and are threatening to once again demand if successful in court) a
truly ludicrous 1.69 trillion yen (16 billion USD). This threat
has been holding up the distribution process, seemingly as a deliberate
strategy to hold other creditors’ claims hostage as leverage.
While the MtGox trustee is first and foremost arguing that the court should
strike down CoinLab’s claim entirely, he is also asking the court to make an
early determination that CoinLab is not legally allowed to reinflate their
claim like they’re threatening. If successful, this would cap CoinLab’s claim
at 50B JPY and would allow the trustee to begin distributing any other assets
no longer within reach of CoinLab’s sticky fingers.
(When suing for a claim in Japan, you are required to put up a security
deposit of part of the claimed amount, precisely to prevent people from
demanding ludicrous amounts. This is presumably the reason CoinLab sued for a
lower amount of “only” 50B JPY, as they wouldn’t be able to afford the deposit
for a 1.69T JPY claim. This restriction would be toothless if you can simply
reinflate your claim if it starts looking like you have a chance of winning.)
To break the stalemate, Fortress / MtGox Investment Fund LLP (MGIF), a claims
buyer which is now one of the largest MtGox creditors, entered three-way
negotiations with CoinLab and the trustee to try to unblock the distribution
process. An agreement subsequently reached between the parties will allow
early distribution of a significant portion of assets, though the trustee
demanded guarantees for creditors that CoinLab only agreed to after MGIF
essentially paid CoinLab $11M USD out of their own pocket.
Early lump-sum payments
Normally, creditors will have to wait until the end of the entire
civil rehabilitation process to receive their payouts (which thanks to CoinLab can easily take another
3–5 years, though the trustee will try to perform interim distributions). The proposed civil rehabilitation plan offers creditors an
alternative: receive a single early lump-sum payment at a
fixed 21% payout rate instead (in addition to the priority payment
and small sum payment).
The 21% rate is calculated by the trustee to be a realistic estimate of the
real final payment rate with a small buffer.
The estimate for the final payment rate (if the
trustee wins every single dispute and nothing unexpected happens) is something
like 23.6%, with realistic estimates being lower depending on how many
additional claims are accepted. The early payment includes both fiat and
BTC/BCH, same as the final payment.
In other words, the early lump-sum payment offers
at least 90% of what you can realistically hope to get by staying
in until the end, except you get paid much sooner. (Though again, the
trustee is hoping to be able to perform interim distributions even for
creditors who wish to stay on and wait for final payment.)
This early payout will almost certainly be an attractive option to many creditors, but
let’s look over the implementation and implications in a bit more detail.
To limit the risk to creditors who opt for early payment,
the final payment rate at the end of the process is calculated as if there was
no early payment for anyone. In other words, the final payment rate is a
calculation of what it was supposed to
be, including assets and liabilities that are no longer there.
This means that if enough additional claims are admitted so that the final
payment rate drops below 21%, there won’t actually be enough assets
left in the estate to pay all creditors that rate, since the 21% paid out in
early payments turned out to be too high. If this happens, creditors who
received early payment still keep their 21%. Instead, MGIF and CoinLab have
agreed to their claims, meaning that the trustee first pays
out all remaining normal creditors at the final payment rate, then CoinLab,
and lastly MGIF, as long as remaining assets last. This effectively makes up
for “overpaying” the creditors that opted for early payments.
If instead the outcomes of remaining claim disputes are favorable and the
calculated final payment rate is higher than 21%, creditors who
received early payments still only keep their 21%. This leaves a
surplus of the difference for those claims, which gets
paid out to MGIF as compensation for the risk taken by being
subordinated in the previous scenario.
The current realistic best-case payment rate (in which the trustee wins all disputes and no additional claims get approved) is about 23.6%. To reach a higher rate than this would require the recovery of additional assets, which is considered unlikely.
As such asset recoveries are considered exceptional events, the idea is that any recovered assets should be distributed fairly between creditors and not disproportionally benefit MGIF. To achieve this, the prorated final payment amount (which also forms the basis for MGIF’s risk compensation) is capped at 23.6%, with any assets above that treated as a special surplus paid out to creditors with an additional distribution instead.
The type of distribution depends on how high the standard final payment rate would be. If enough assets are recovered to push it above 23.6% but no higher than 24.6%, the surplus is divided proportionally between all creditors that remain for final payment (i.e. everyone except creditors that opted for early payment).
If on the other hand significant assets were to be recovered pushing the payment rate above 24.6%, the entire amount exceeding 23.6% will instead be divided between
all creditors, including those that opted for early
Presumably the reason for the two different distribution types is that performing an additional distribution to early creditors is a costly affair, and if the recovered amount is small it could be mostly or entirely eaten up by this cost overhead.
Again, the above scenarios of significant asset recoveries should be
considered very unlikely, and are mainly included in the plan for
completeness. If you believe this can happen though, know that if enough
additional assets are recovered you will benefit from them even if you opted
for early payment.
In other words, in addition to guaranteeing creditors 21% of their claim (in goxyen), the early payment option is additionally guaranteed to be at most 3.6 percentage points lower than the final payouts, making it a very low-risk option if this worst-case haircut is acceptable.
Speaking of completeness, there are a few additional rules for these payouts providing both the trustee and MGIF with some flexibility for extreme cases.
MGIF can for example provide a substitute fiat collateral instead and receive normal payouts along with everyone else. This post is already more than long enough
though, so let’s ignore these corner cases for now (I’ll maybe revisit them at a later date).
Crypto or fiat payouts
After you have been awarded a base payment and a prorated percentage of your
remaining claim (21% if you opted for early payment, otherwise the final
payment rate), you are left with simple awarded amounts of goxyen for BTC, BCH
and JPY respectively. The last step is to translate these from goxyen back
into actual payout amounts, and to receive them via your preferred payout
As mentioned previously, you will receive your BTC/BCH claims as a combination
of fiat and BTC/BCH, the exact ratio of which will be determined so that the
final payment expends all remaining BTC/BCH assets repaying remaining BTC/BCH
claims. As such the ratio can only be estimated in advance (most likely
something like 30% fiat). Rest assured though,
all BTC/BCH assets are being distributed; this is just the accounting
method to make sure all the fiat assets get distributed as well.
As the early lump-sum payment is also paid out in both fiat and BTC/BCH, it
will use a ratio estimated by the trustee. As such it can differ from the
final payment, as we can’t perfectly predict what will happen with remaining
assets and liabilities, but the trustee will make a best-effort estimate.
(Similarly, the trustee will have to estimate the payment rate and ratio for any interim distributions for remaining creditors, so they can vary but the trustee will try to adjust to make the final amounts as fair and equal as possible.)
Once you have a specific amount of goxyen to receive as BTC/BCH for your
awarded BTC/BCH claim, the amount is finally translated back to BTC/BCH using
the fixed valuation rate; you get 1 real BTC for every awarded 749,318.83 goxyen of your BTC claim.
You will as part of the process be asked whether you want to receive any
BTC/BCH claims as BTC/BCH or as fiat. Regardless of which you choose,
the calculation is the same up to this point.
If you opt for BTC/BCH payouts, you will need to register with a designated exchange (the trustee will provide a list), the trustee will transfer coins in bulk to the exchange, and your exchange account will be credited with your awarded BTC/BCH amount.
trustee will liquidate the coins for you at current market value, and you will
receive the proceeds together with any fiat claim payout via bank transfer. (You cannot receive fiat payouts to an exchange account.)
Done! A simple explanation of the distribution process in only 3,000 words or
so. (Don’t worry, it’s complicated for everyone else too.)
Let’s summarize the main steps again:
Your claims in each currency is converted into “goxyen” at fixed
If you had a bankruptcy fiat claim, you’re awarded
the entire bankruptcy valuation of that claim plus 25.9% delay
damages in full in goxyen.
Of your remaining combined fiat and crypto claims, you’re awarded
the first 200,000 goxyen in full, starting with fiat.
If you choose early payment, you get 21% of your remaining
claim amounts awarded as goxyen.
Otherwise, you wait until the end of the process for the
final payment rate. (There may be interim distributions while
- Of your awarded BTC/BCH claims, some of the amount will be repaid in JPY
(30% or so), so your actual awarded BTC/BCH will be lower than the nominal
You can receive your awarded BTC/BCH at a designated exchange, alternatively the trustee will sell the coins for you and send you the resulting
How do I choose?
Should you choose early payment or wait for final payment? Both are valid
choices and only you can determine which is right for you.
While there is a decent chance that the final payment rate will be higher than
the early payment’s 21%, you might not be at a point in life where you can
afford to wait a long time, or feel that the opportunity cost of waiting is
too significant. If you believe the BTC price will keep increasing for
example, maybe you want to invest the fiat part of your payout back into BTC
as soon as possible. If you were previously considering selling your claim to one of the private claims buyers, this early payment is a vastly superior option.
There is also the risk that the final payment can be lower than
expected, maybe even catastrophically so. The outcomes of the legal disputes
can’t be confidently predicted, so there might be a significant increase in
claims, possibly even from a CoinLab victory. In such a scenario, you will
have waited several more years only to receive less than the creditors who
opted for early payments.
The trustee has indicated that more information will be proveded before you
have to choose, such as information about any planned interim distributions,
and there will no doubt be a lot of shared information and discussion between
creditors as well. For some of the best and most informed discussions, I
if you haven’t already.
What happens next?
First of all, the court has to approve the submitted rehabilitation plan
proposal. This should hopefully happen without incident.
Next, creditors have to vote on the plan. In order for the
rehabilitation plan to be be accepted, over 50% of cast votes must be
in favor, but they must also represent
over 50% of all determined claim value (in goxyen). The latter requires
hundreds of the largest creditors to vote in favor of the plan, and while this
will probably happen, with large creditor groups ready to organize and rally
everyone to vote in favor. Remember, the only alternative on the table is to
return to bankruptcy, which means less money for everyone.
To reiterate: when it’s time to vote, you should absolutely vote YES for the civil rehabilitation plan, or we all risk losing everything we fought for over the last several years!
The court may however worry that the vote may fail due to the difficulty
reaching the large number of creditors spread out all over the world, and out
of caution set the voting period to a very long time (e.g. a whole year). This
would be unfortunate as it would cause another significant delay before
payouts can happen, and as such creditors are asking the court to set a
shorter voting period.
MtGox Claim Calculator
version 1.3 (20210323)
Warning: This calculator is based on an unofficial best-effort
understanding of the process and estimates of assets and claims. No
guarantees are made as to its correctness or accuracy; if you need accurate
estimates, consult a legal expert.
This calculator does not model every aspect of the rehabilitation plan, such as Intermediate Payments. Consider checking out
for more in-depth models and calculators!
Step 1: Enter your approved claim size:
Civil rehabilitation valuation
Total crypto claims:
Total fiat claims:
Total claim valuation:
Step 2: Did you previously file a bankruptcy claim?
Bankruptcy fiat claim:
For any fiat claims from the bankruptcy process, the
full bankruptcy valuation will be paid out, including delay damages
for the period until the start of civil rehabilitation.
This calculator assumes your bankruptcy claim was the same size as your
civil rehabilitation claim.
Step 3: Small Sum Payment
Applicable fiat claim:
Applicable crypto claim:
Small Sum Payment:
Every creditor receives up to 200,000 JPY as a Small Sum Payment. The
payment counts first towards any fiat claims, then towards crypto claims.
This helps remove many small claims and simplifies final distribution. The
Small Sum Payment is paid out in JPY.
Step 4: Choice of Early Lump-Sum Payment or Final Payment
At this stage creditors split all remaining assets proportionally according
to their remaining claim size. You will be given a choice between a fixed
early payout or taking your chances and waiting for the
The Early Lump-Sum Payment option gives you a fixed 21% of
your remaining claim. This number is based on the trustee’s estimate of the
final percentage. Your claim against current assets will be considered
already settled regardless of what the actual percentage ends up being,
though you can still share in hypothetical future recoveries of
The Final Payment option means waiting in all likelihood several more
years until the end of civil rehabilitation, while remaining disputes run
their course. The final payout rate will depend on actual assets and liabilities
remaining at that point. If the trustee wins the majority of disputes or
additional assets are recovered, this can lead to a
higher payout than 21%.
However, if the trustee loses ongoing
disputes or costs are greater than anticipated, the payout can
drop below 21%. In extreme cases (such as CoinLab
winning its lawsuit), the trustee could be forced to liquidate more coins.
Small Sum PaymentJPY
📈 Current market value in
Live rates from Blockchain.com, ratesapi.io
If you opt to receive BTC/BCH the trustee will credit your account at a designated
exchange. Otherwise the trustee will liquidate the coins on your behalf and add the
proceeds to your fiat payment.
These estimated payouts depend heavily on the many assumptions used by
this calculator; play around with them below to get a feel for the possible spread.
Tweak calculator assumptions?
Other disputed claims:
Additional BTC/BCH recoveries:
Additional fiat recoveries:
Liquidation market price:
Early Payment claim volume:
BK delay damages
CR delay damages
Small Sum Payments
Estimated remaining trustee costs
Post-base payment assetsBTCJPY
Post-base payment liabilitiesBTCJPY
Early lump-sum payment
Early lump-sum paymentBTCJPY
Early lump-sum payment rate%
Additional recovered assetsBTCJPY
CoinLab claimDetermined amountJPY
Small Sum PaymentJPY
Final payment assetsBTCJPY
Final payment liabilitiesBTCJPY
FPR basis (including ELSP)AssetsJPY
Final payment rate%
Payment totalsEarly Lump-Sum PaymentJPY
Second Final Payment AJPY
Second Final Payment BJPY
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