A report from QuadrigaCX bankruptcy trustee Ernst & Young published Monday outlines which agencies are investigating the failed exchange.
QuadrigaCX creditors are losing patience with their court-appointed law firm, demanding answers about the effort to recover their funds.
A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge approved more than $1.6 million in fees for the companies appointed to recover funds on behalf of QuadrigaCX's…
QuadrigaCX CEO and founder Gerald Cotten reportedly created fake accounts at other crypto exchanges and funded them with his customers' money.
The FBI published a questionnaire for potential victims of QuadrigaCX on Monday.
The year since the last Consensus event wasn't just a crypto winter. It also included impressive progress in blockchain evolution, writes Michael…
QuadrigaCX owes creditors $160 million, but only has $21 million in assets, according to court-appointed monitor EY's latest report.
EY, the court-appointed monitor for QuadrigaCX, is looking to move the exchange into bankruptcy.
QuadrigaCX was once a well-run exchange but changed course overnight, writes a lawyer who represented the firm early on.
Law firm Stewart McKelvey had a conflict in representing both QuadrigaCX and its CEO's widow, a new document says.