Mt. Gox is the horrible middle ground between decentralized blockchain and Amazon web services, says Peter McCormack

Mt. Gox is the horrible middle ground between decentralized blockchain and Amazon web services, says Peter McCormack

Peter McCormack is known in the cryptosphere for his interviews with popular proponents, and for his dialogues about the most controversial topics in the industry. This time, however, it was McCormack who was interviewed on Brock Pierces podcast. The podcast touched upon a number of issues, including the very touchy subject of Mt. Gox and Mark Karpeles, the former CEO of the doomed Japan-based Bitcoin exchange.

While Pierce supported the comeback of Mt. Gox, stating that the coins were being stolen over years, the controversial topic had resulted in some heated conversations between the duo. The latest podcast, dubbed Part 2, is a continuation of the duos previous dialogue on the subject. When asked about McCormacks thoughts on the final season of the Mt. Gox Saga, he said,

The only thing thats important is that the creditors get their money as quickly and efficiently as possible, and let the thing (Mt. Gox) die. Why the hell would anyone want to breathe life back into it?

Although McCormack had a negative reaction to Mt. Goxs rebirth, he shared a friendly opinion about Mt. Goxs CEO, Mark Karpeles. McCormack told viewers that he visited Karpeles in Japan, stating,

He got trapped in this situation and I dont think hes entirely at fault. I have a lot of sympathy for him.

McCormack also alleged that Karpeles had been through a lot and probably inherited an insolvent business. The podcaster also stated that he had spoken to several creditors of the now-defunct exchange who, like himself, now had a lot of sympathy for Karpeles. With regard to the many who lost their cryptos, McCormack added,

I think time has healed for a lot of people and they feel a lot of sympathy for him.

The interview ended with McCormack saying, Mt. Gox is the horrible middle ground between decentralized blockchain and Amazon web services. He also requested Pierce to step away from Mt. Gox.

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