Crypto Currency trader boss dies with password to clients’ £145M


The owner of Canada’s largest Crypto-currency exchange has unexpectedly died at the age of 30, taking with him the only password for a digital account holding £145 million of customers’ money.

Internet forums began buzzing with conspiracy theories when Gerald Cotten, the co-founder and chief executive of Quadriga CX, was reported by his wife to have died in December.

Crypto Currency trader boss dies with password to clients’ £145M


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Jennifer Robertson revealed on January 14 that her husband had died from complications related to Crohn’s disease on December 9 while traveling in India, where he was opening an orphanage.

However, Mr Cotten appears to have failed to leave behind any note of a password or key to a digital “wallet” containing C$250 million (£145 million) of Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies for 115,000 account holders

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