Inside the mystery of how Mark Karpelès and his Mt. Gox company lost almost $500 million in cybercurrency.
Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky is a freelance journalist in Tokyo. She was an assistant correspondent for the Japanese news agency Jiji Press in Geneva, and has contributed to the book Reconstructing 3/11, and is the chief editor at Japan Subculture Research Center.
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