The official information Quadriga CX provided information about the founder's death, Gerald Cotten. He died at age 30 as a result of problems related to Leśniowski-Crohn's disease and volunteering in Orphanage in India. There will be representatives from the platform, which will allow Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum to trade, submit an application last week to protect their creditors to the High Court of Nova Scotia. Quadriga has registered users of 363,000 and must pay a total of $ 250 million, as stated on behalf of the company by Jennifer Robertson, widow Gerald Cotten. A deceased business woman says that he can not find the password and restore the used device to the home, means that the access to the fortune is restricted. At this time, we will work to break the password with help from, among others, Cotten's cotton phone.
The creator at one of the cryptocurrency exchanges in Canada has died, leaving any password to the platform, which is a. access prevention.
Robertson was under oath that she had received many threats and "saddened thoughts" from the wounded believers, who often had a " quizzes the nature of Cotten's death, hearing at the death of the creator Quadriga CX. The main computer of its company is & # 39; takes in memory of 180 million dollars. Canada in cryptocurrencies with thousands of clients. After Cotten's death, no one has them. The problem is so bad if you go into the platform if you're not going into the platform, much of the money will be lost. There was a Cotten computer called cold cryptocurrency ware, which is only available when it is physically linked to a computer, without access to the network.
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"Quadriga's challenges highlight the challenges of large-scale cryptocurrencing management," said Dean Skurka, former head of the competitive platform Bitbuy.ca, in an interview with a major broadcaster public radio and television Canada – Canadian Broadcasting Corp. "This stresses the need for the government to take steps to make the process a difference to the boundaries," he said. Jennifer Robertson said she was not involved in Cotten's lifetime and did not know the password or key to restore it. At this time, small successes have been named in a format to access access to several vocalized medals and some of the uses of Cotten's tools, but it does not. Most of its main computer charge is still available to interested parties.