Bitcoin Founder Dead

Dead CEO, $190 million of customer’s funds missing, mismanagement, conspiracy. But where are we now in terms of making crypto.

Swirling around in cyberspace. PRIVATE KEY. The death of an exchange's founder exposes cryptocurrencies' biggest flaw.

16 Dec 2019.

In the wake of his death, QuadrigaCX, which had about 115,000 users, was unable to locate or secure a significant amount of cryptocurrency.

17 Dec 2019.

The case focuses on the sudden death of QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten, who passed away aged 30 from Crohn's disease, an inflammatory.

16 Dec 2019.

As has been widely reported, there's been a bid to exhume the body of Gerald Cotten, the deceased cryptocurrency exchange founder. Cotten.

Death of CEO sends bitcoin exchange into chaos13 Dec 2019.

Following his death, the exchange was unable to locate or secure significant cryptocurrency reserves. When he died, the 30-year-old founder.

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5 Feb 2019.

Robertson revealed Cotten's death on January 14 in a post on Quadriga's Facebook page. “Gerry died due to complications with Crohn's disease.

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