The trustee for the collapsed Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX has received $171 million in claims from the exchange’s customers.
QuadrigaCX trustee only has $30M to pay $171M worth of claims
Lawyers representing creditors of the collapsed exchange QuadrigaCX have hired blockchain forensics specialists to help with the ongoing investigation.
Consultancy firm to investigate blockchain transactions in QuadrigaCX case
The Bitcoin uptrend could be in peril, QuadrigaCX described as a “Ponzi scheme,” and Coinbase is punished for outages.
BTC in Peril, Quadriga “Ponzi,” Coinbase Punished: Hodler’s Digest, June 8–14
Blockchain for distributing votes and independent digital dollars take center stage in the this week’s regulation news.
Law Decoded: Dead Men Face No Charges, June 6-12
The Ontario Securities Commission says that the Vancouver-based crypto exchange was a fraud.
Regulators: Deceased Quadriga Founder Committed Fraud
Toronto-based cryptocurrency exchange teams up with a local security firm to offer full security against “the unthinkable”.
Canadian Exchange Bitbuy to Offer 1:1 Bitcoin Deposit Insurance
QuadrigaCX trustee Ernst & Young has received close to 17,000 proofs of claim from creditors, denominated in various fiat and cryptocurrencies.
17,000 Creditors Hope to Recover Assets Lost to Defunct Exchange QuadrigaCX