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, and Bitfinex

According to an author at the cryptocurrency research company ZeroNonCense, the majority of the exchange’s Ethereum (ETH) was most likely stored on cryptocurrency exchanges. The author of the published report remains anonymous but strongly believes that the funds were kept on Kraken, Bitfinex, and Poloniex.

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