Blockchain 

MPWR’s QuadrigaCX Talk: Amy Said It Best, How the Hell Did We Get Here?

Vancouver, BC. March 13th 2019 – – Amy Castor, Forbes blockchain and crypto contributor, took the stage Monday afternoon at the MPWR Crypto Mining Summit 2019 to break down the incredibly engaging topic of QuadrigaCX. The talk attracted a sold out room filled with crypto enthusiasts, founders and CEO’s of leading companies such as Bitfarms, Hive Blockchain, Outlier Solutions and Mining Sky, to hear the story of how a Vancouver based company experienced the deep downfall the crypto and blockchain industry can cause. Amy’s comprehensible outline of the case was…

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Amy Castor, Crypto Expert, Talks QuadrigaCX at MPWR Summit

The MPWR crypto mining summit 2019 is already in full swing. Held at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver, the summit aims to bring blockchain enthusiasts together. With a host of informative talks and networking opportunities, the overarching goal is to showcase and develop blockchain infrastructure. What’s caught our eye, in particular, is a talk to be given by crypto writer and expert, Amy Castor. Talking about the very recent QuadrigaCX scandal, Castor will give her thoughts on the polarizing issue that the controversy has brought to the fore. Amy Castor at MPWR Crypto Mining…

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The “Lost” QuadrigaCX Cryptocurrency Might Be on Exchanges After All

There has been quite the turn of events with the “lost” QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency case recently. The digital tokens may have just been found! The cryptocurrency exchange’s founder, Gerald Cotton, died in December 2018 from Crohn’s disease, allegedly taking $190 million in crypto with him. At the time, it was said that Cotton was the only individual to know the private keys of the cold storage wallet that held all of the company’s assets. Well, the digital currency may not have been held in cold storage after all. QuadrigaCX Held on Kraken, Poloniex,…

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QuadrigaCX Sends All Its Ether and Bitcoin to Ernst & Young Auditor

When QuadrigaCX’s founder Gerald Cotten died last month, he took the private keys to Quadriga’s cold storage wallets with him. The founder and CEO died from Crohn’s disease in December 2018. He was the only individual to know the private keys that could access $136 million USD in cryptocurrencies stored offline. QuadrigaCX Creditor Protection After the fact, the exchange was granted creditor protection by The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. This meant it could take some time to try and recover the missing cryptocurrencies. It was also going to try to recoup…

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