Browsing the "QuadrigaCX" Tag

QuadrigaCX CEO Set Up Fake Crypto Exchange Accounts With Customer Funds

| Marc Hochstein and Nikhilesh De

QuadrigaCX CEO and founder Gerald Cotten reportedly created fake accounts at other crypto exchanges and funded them with his customers' money.

The FBI Is Looking for QuadrigaCX Victims

| Nikhilesh De

The FBI published a questionnaire for potential victims of QuadrigaCX on Monday.

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From Crypto Winter to DeFi: A Year of Loss and Opportunity

| Michael J Casey

The year since the last Consensus event wasn't just a crypto winter. It also included impressive progress in blockchain evolution, writes Michael…

QuadrigaCX Has $21 Million in Assets and Owes $160 Million: EY Report

| Nikhilesh De

QuadrigaCX owes creditors $160 million, but only has $21 million in assets, according to court-appointed monitor EY's latest report.

QuadrigaCX Crypto Exchange Could Soon Be Placed in Bankruptcy

| Nikhilesh De

EY, the court-appointed monitor for QuadrigaCX, is looking to move the exchange into bankruptcy.

From Law to Lawlessness: Bits of the Untold QuadrigaCX Story

| Christine Duhaime

QuadrigaCX was once a well-run exchange but changed course overnight, writes a lawyer who represented the firm early on.

New Document Details Ex-QuadrigaCX Law Firm’s Conflict of Interest

| Nikhilesh De

Law firm Stewart McKelvey had a conflict in representing both QuadrigaCX and its CEO's widow, a new document says.

Creditors Committee Formed for Collapsed Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX

| Nikhilesh De

A creditors' committee has been formed for users of the failed QuadrigaCX exchange, and it includes a former Mt Gox customer.

QuadrigaCX Widow: CEO Mixed Personal Funds with Crypto Exchange

| Nikhilesh De

The late CEO of QuadrigaCX used his own cash to make exchange customers whole during a legal dispute with a bank, his widow said.

Court Gives QuadrigaCX 45-Day Extension in Search for Crypto Millions

| Nikhilesh De

A judge has given QuadrigaCX another month and a half to locate the $140 million of crypto owed to the exchange's customers.