A new podcast series gets inside the head of Gerald Cotten, the disgraced former head of Quadriga. It's not a pretty place.
NEW: The Ontario Securities Commission has published a scathing report calling now-defunct Canadian exchange QuadrigaCX a "Ponzi," and denouncing the practices of founder and CEO Gerald Cotten.
Miller Thomson is doubling down on its request that the RCMP exhume Quadriga founder Gerald Cotten's body by publicly requesting an update from Canadian MP Bill Blair, who oversees the agency.
Argo Partners, a New York-based investment firm, wants to buy QuadrigaCX creditor claims, should there be sufficient interest.
A report from QuadrigaCX bankruptcy trustee Ernst & Young published Monday outlines which agencies are investigating the failed exchange.
A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge approved more than $1.6 million in fees for the companies appointed to recover funds on behalf of QuadrigaCX's former users.
Private hospital Fortis Escorts has released details of the death of Gerald Cotten, CEO of Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX.
“Quadriga’s inventory of cryptocurrency has become unavailable and some of it may be lost," the founder's widow said in documents obtained by CoinDesk.
QuadrigaCX users' concerns were compounded by the exchange's announcement that its CEO had died more than a month earlier.