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QuadrigaCX Victims Request Proof of Gerald Cotten’s Death By Exhuming Body

Canadian law firm Miller Thomson has made a request to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to conduct an exhumation and post-mortem autopsy on the body of Gerald Cotten, the deceased owner of the now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.On Dec. 13, the Miller Thomson lawyers explained in a letter

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‘Request for Exhumation’: QuadrigaCX Creditors Ask for Proof That Cotten Is Dead

“Enclosed please find a detailed compilation (the ‘Background Material’, at Schedule ‘A’) of publicly available information on the history of Quadriga, Gerald Cotten and others related to Quadriga which, in our view, further highlight the need for certainty around the question of whether Mr. Cotten is in fact deceased,” Friday’s

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Widow of QuadrigaCX Founder Hands Over $9 Million in Assets to Users

Robertson returns most of her assetsOn Oct. 7, Jennifer Robertson announced in a personal statement, posted by Coindesk, that she would be transferring the vast majority of estate assets — previously valued around $9 million — to EY Canada. The Big Four audit firm acted as the bankruptcy trustee of QuadrigaCX during its

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QuadrigaCX Users Request Details on How EY Lost 103 Bitcoins

Users of now-defunct Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX are requesting further information concerning the recent loss of 103 Bitcoins (BTC) during the funds' recovery.An unfortunate lossAs Cointelegraph reported in February, one of the Big Four accounting firms — EY (formerly branded as Ernst & Young) — was appointed by QuadrigaCX

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Canadian Judge Approves $1.6M in EY, Legal Firm Fees in QuadrigaCX Case

The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, Canada, has approved over $1.6 million in fees for parties seeking funds from former Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX, according to recently released court documents.Justice Darlene Jamieson ordered to approve the activities, fees and disbursements incurred by the Monitor — Big Four audit firm

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