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New Ernst & Young Report Sheds Light On QuadrigaCX CEO Thievery

ETH News Thursday, 20 June 2019
New Ernst & Young Report Sheds Light On QuadrigaCX CEO ThieveryErnst & Young, QuadrigaCX's court-appointed monitor, has released a report showing Gerald Cotten, the exchange's deceased CEO, stole up to $200 million of users' funds, which may have been used to purchase the boat, aircraft, luxury vehicles, and gold and silver coins Cotten owned.
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