It might be a little too late for some, but two Canadian agencies are seriously considering how to apply regulations to the cryptocurrency industry.
Looking to curry some good will with QuadrigaCX’s creditors, Jennifer Robertson reveals how bad the situation was for the exchange, even before her husband died.
With every day revealing more questions than answers in the case of QuadrigaCX, we take a step back to look at the man who started, and ended, it all.
According to some lawyers, Canada could see a repeat of the QuadrigaCX scandal if it doesn’t take action soon.
QuadrigaCX bizzare case lends itself to a lot of speculation, and Kraken CEO Jesse Powell isn’t afraid to partake.
So far, the focus of the QuadrigaCX investigation has been squarely on the death of Gerald Cotten and the lost funds. Now some people are looking into another important member of the company, Michael Patryn.
Even after Ernst & Young have finished their audit, there's still no way of knowing where there crypto exchange's funds have gone.
Jennifer Robertson, widow of QuadrigaCX CEO Gerald Cotten, wants it to be clear that she has no knowledge of virtually anything related to the crypto exchange's operations.
Gerald Cotten revealed in 2014 that QuadrigaCX was keeping customer funds in an offline paper wallet, stored away in a bank safety deposit box.
The saga surrounding the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange out of Canada continues to move forward as law firms Miller Thomson and Cox & Palmer will represent more than 100,000 customers of the crypto exchange in the coming weeks.
As if it couldn’t get any worse for QuadrigaCX, it now appears the exchange might have thrown away an additional $500,000 in cryptocurrency.