Reassurance for Canadians: Cryptocurrency exchanges across the nation will now only have to report transfers of more than CA$10,000 ($7,663). It comes after the Canadian government relaxed some of its
Blockchain is here to stay, but what are some ways to make it more stable? I invested in BTC in 2010 (and sold shortly after, but have bought and sold all along since then), and have experienced a wild
Controversy continues to swirl around Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX following the sudden death of its founder last year, which left customers unable to access more than $160 million in funds.
Cryptocurrency is still a relatively new and, for some, definitely confusing new technology, but the story of QuadrigaCX (QCX), the now notorious Canadian exchange, is a real life tall tale for the ages.
The founder of Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX reportedly siphoned money to other accounts without users’ knowledge before being reported dead last year. As The Wall Street Journal and CoinDesk
Imagine that you lost the keys to your house and neither locksmith nor fire brigade with battering ram could pick the lock or break down the door. That is how 100,000 angry investors who used the QuadrigaCX
Ernst & Young says Gerald Cotten, late founder of defunct Canadian cryptocurrency exchange, funneled client money into fraudulent accounts The court-appointed monitor for bankrupt QuadrigaCX said the cryptocurrency
New revelations that Quadriga CEO moved customer funds to personal accounts, made risky trades provide evidence that operation
New revelations that the late founder of defunct cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX moved customer funds to personal accounts and made risky trades provide the strongest evidence yet that the operation
The court-appointed monitor for bankrupt QuadrigaCX said the Canadian cryptocurrency exchange’s late founder took most of the money entrusted to him by clients and spent much of it on himself and his In
One of the Big Four financial auditing and business services firms, PwC, wants to lend a hand to cryptocurrency businesses and help them keep track of their blockchain transactions. In an announcement