This week in the Hodler’s Digest, a high-octane week for Bitcoin, good news for iPhone users who want a blockchain-ready browser and Square rolls out BTC deposits
Gerald Cotten, the founder of the largest Canadian crypto exchange, QuadrigaCX, potentially stole almost $200 million and reportedly died
The deceased owner of the now-defunct QuadrigaCX was transferring user funds off the exchange and using them as a security for his own margin trading on other platforms
The FBI has questions in its ongoing investigation into the mysterious $190 million collapse of Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, so it’s turning to previous customers of the exchange for answers.
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Victims in the aftermath of the QuadrigaCX scandal have been called on to provide information by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
A new report from audit firm EY outlines the assets and debts of Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX and its subsidiaries
The recent indictment of two individuals on multiple counts reveals an apparent connection to the shadow banking services that were used in two crypto exchange scandals
This week in the Hodler’s Digest, PewDiePie gets into blockchain livestreaming, while Bloomberg calls Bitcoin a bubble, again
Bitcoin withdrawals from the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange came from other exchanges, according to some Reddit users
Canadian cyptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX has been officially declared bankrupt