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Old 02-04-2019, 10:17 AM   #1
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$190M in Krypto Kurrency Kaput!

Poof!

This crypto exchange can't repay the $190 million to customers because the CEO died with the only password

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Old 02-04-2019, 10:25 AM   #2
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The CEO died with the only password.........

That's golden man.......golden!
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Old 02-09-2019, 09:29 AM   #5
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The Plot Thickens...

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The plot thickens...

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A Crypto-Mystery: Is $136 Million Stuck or Missing?
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"A Canadian cryptocurrency exchange says about $136 million worth of customers’ holdings are stuck in an electronic vault because the company’s founder, and sole employee, died without sharing the password.

But two independent researchers say publicly available transaction records associated with QuadrigaCX suggest the money may be gone, not trapped.

They say it appears Quadriga transferred customer funds to other cryptocurrency exchanges, although it isn’t clear what might have happened to the money from there...."




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Founder and sole employee? Who is currently making statements for the company then?

It wouldn't surprise me one bit to find out there was foul play and shenanigans afoot with this story.
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Old 02-11-2019, 03:10 PM   #7
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Founder and sole employee? Who is currently making statements for the company then?

It wouldn't surprise me one bit to find out there was foul play and shenanigans afoot with this story.
Maybe his wife decided she liked her new BF better, but liked the $$ of her present spouse better?



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Rereading the one story, a whole bunch of stuff in this one paragraph jumped out at me.

"On Jan. 15, the company announced on its website that Mr. Cotten had died on Dec. 9 from complications related to Crohn’s disease while building an orphanage in India. He was 30 years old. His wife, Jennifer Robertson, and other shareholders took control of the firm. Two weeks later, the exchange filed for bankruptcy protection in a Nova Scotia court."


He died on Dec. 9th but they didn't announce it until Jan 15th? They must have a helluva office Christmas party! His wife & other shareholders took control of the company. Wonder if one of those "other shareholders" shacks up with the young widow some time soon. I stand by the YT video earlier in this post.
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Old 02-12-2019, 09:03 AM   #8
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'QuadrigaCX's founder and CEO, Gerald Cotten, died of complications from Crohn's disease'
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'Life expectancy with Crohn's disease should not be a concern. This disease doesn't directly affect life expectancy. ... In the 1950s, a severe attack of Crohn's disease meant a 30 to 60 percent risk of death, but that risk is now three percent when a patient follows a proper treatment plan.18 Jan 2018'
He 'died' in India looking for sites to create an orphanage ..... and he wasnt old

They bury em quick in India. Proof of death not so high ?

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