QuadrigaCX

17,000 Creditors Hope to Recover Assets Lost to Defunct Exchange QuadrigaCX

Close to 17,000 creditors of the now-shuttered Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX have filed to reclaim their lost assets. Det...

Most Crypto Users Think QuadrigaCX CEO Faked Own Death

Eighteen months after Gerald Cotten, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of QuadrigaCX, was reported to have died while d...

BTC Worries, Buterin ‘Embarrassed,’ Blockchain Fights Coronavirus: Hodler’s Digest, March 23-29

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (a...

Canada’s Tax Authority Demands Personal Data on 115,000 QuadrigaCX Users

EY, the court-appointed bankruptcy trustee for the defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, has been asked to submit all of...

Mt. Gox Casts a Dark Shadow of Crypto’s Collapse — A Long Fight for Justice

Mt. Gox’s creditors will meet today, March 25, as part of a compensation process that seems to go on and on. This news comes at...

Another Year of Highs and Lows for Crypto

2019 may not go down as a year of breathtaking highs for cryptocurrency markets, but major strides have been made for mass adop...

Darknet ICO, Bitmain Infighting, Calls for Cotten to Be Exhumed: Hodler’s Digest, Dec. 9–15

Coming every Sunday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (a...

QuadrigaCX Victims Request Proof of Gerald Cotten’s Death By Exhuming Body

Canadian law firm Miller Thomson has made a request to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to conduct an exhumation and po...

Bitfinex Cries Fraud as Crypto Capital Executive Indicted by US

Over the past week, news broke detailing that Oz Yosef, an executive of the mysterious firm Crypto Capital, has been indicted b...

Canada Revenue Agency Audits QuadrigaCX’s Corporate Tax Returns

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), the country’s tax authority, is auditing the corporate tax returns filed by QuadrigaCX, the no...