Hesitation has been shown by Canadian banks concerning the management of the assets of insolvent cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX
Coinbase CEO confirms work on identifying events which led to QuadrigaCX disintegration
QuadrigaCX has sent its remaining crypto assets to Big Four auditing firm Ernst & Young
Two law firms have been appointed to represent the clients of insolvent Canadian crypto exchange Quadrigacx in court. The number of affected users has been estimated at approximately 115,000 and lawyers will have to contact as many as they can. The digital asset trading platform owes them approximately $190 million. Also read: Hacked NZ Exchange […]
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The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia has designated legal counsel for customers of Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX
This week in the Hodler’s Digest, Bloomberg sees miners turning to derivatives to survive the crypto winter, and JPMorgan will launch its own crypto
In this edition of The Daily, we look at Liberstad’s progress toward building a libertarian community in Norway. The city has just issued its own digital coin. Also, crypto mining contracts have been classified as securities in the Canadian province of Quebec. And in Europe, Luxembourg has adopted a law that protects crypto traders and […]
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QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten reportedly stored paper copies of keys for the exchange’s cold wallets in a safety deposit box
Major Canadian exchange Coinsquare has acquired StellarX, a Stellar-based zero-fee decentralized payment network
Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Michael Wood has delayed a decision to appoint legal representation to QuadrigaCX clients