17,000 People Have Filed Claims for Refunds From QuadrigaCX, Auditor EY Says
Close to 17,000 have made a claim for defunct crypto exchange QuadrigaCX's assets, its bankruptcy monitor reported Tuesday.
Following last year’s QuadrigaCX collapse and loss of client funds, Canada’s crypto exchanges are going the extra mile to rebuild the trust of consumers.
The late Gerald Cotten wasn't the only investor who failed to make a plan for his crypto, according to a survey by the Cremation Institute.
Miller Thomson, the law firm representing QuadrigaCX's former users, has hired Kroll and Coinfirm to conduct blockchain sleuthing services.
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NEW: The Ontario Securities Commission has published a scathing report calling now-defunct Canadian exchange QuadrigaCX a "Ponzi," and denouncing the practices of founder and CEO Gerald Cotten.