‘Request for Exhumation’: QuadrigaCX Creditors Ask for Proof That Cotten Is Dead
Creditors of QuadrigaCX have asked the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to exhume and conduct an autopsy of the failed exchange’s founder, Gerald Cotten.
Miller Thomson, the law firm representing QuadrigaCX's former users, has hired Kroll and Coinfirm to conduct blockchain sleuthing services.
Close to 17,000 have made a claim for defunct crypto exchange QuadrigaCX's assets, its bankruptcy monitor reported Tuesday.
The imitation site is not authorized by EY and affected users have been advised to avoid at all costs.
The bankruptcy trustee overseeing the winding up of crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, will be turning all user information over to the Canada Revenue Agency.
Miller Thomson is doubling down on its request that the RCMP exhume Quadriga founder Gerald Cotten's body by publicly requesting an update from Canadian MP Bill Blair, who oversees the agency.