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
Viewers polled at Consensus: Distributed believe Gerald Cotten from the defunct crypto exchange QuadrigaCX may still be alive.
Most Crypto Users Think QuadrigaCX CEO Faked Own Death
Bitcoin may not return to $10,000 soon, WHO launches blockchain platform to fight COVID-19, and more bad news for QuadrigaCX victims.
BTC Worries, Buterin ‘Embarrassed,’ Blockchain Fights Coronavirus: Hodler’s Digest, March 23-29
The trustee representing the users of the now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX will submit all of its documents containing user data to Canada’s tax ...
Canada’s Tax Authority Demands Personal Data on 115,000 QuadrigaCX Users