Users of Bankrupt Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX demand CEO’s exhumation to verify his death

Users of a now bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange, QuadrigaCX, are demanding that the authoritoes the exhume founder’s body to investigate the veracity of the “questionable circumstances” and convenience of his sudden death, reported TheWashingtonPost on December 16.

After suffering complications related to Crohn’s disease, Bitcoin millionaire, Gerald Cotten, who established QuadrigaCX in Canada, died at the age of 30 in India last year. Since his death, the exchange has been unable to locate or secure important cryptocurrency reserves as he was the only person with the passwords for digital wallets that contained about C $ 180 million (£ 105 million) worth of bitcoins

His premature death forced the closure of QuadrigaCX, and has left some of its 115,000 customers bankrupt.

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