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.
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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.
A creditors' committee has been formed for users of the failed QuadrigaCX exchange, and it includes a former Mt Gox customer.
The late CEO of QuadrigaCX used his own cash to make exchange customers whole during a legal dispute with a bank, his widow said.
A judge has given QuadrigaCX another month and a half to locate the $140 million of crypto owed to the exchange's customers.