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QuadrigaCX - believed to be Canada's largest bitcoin exchange. Currently in bankruptcy. Hundreds of millions of dollars, the life savings and hard work of thousands of Canadians, are missing. Join our community to share stories, meet other affected users, get help with claim filing, or receive updates.
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Bitcoin People Stop Trying To Get My Fiat Payout From Quadriga Bitcoin Is Only Worth What Someone Will Pay For It But Fiat Will Always Equal Fiat So Please Stay In Your Lane And Accept Your Loss
bitcoin people dont deserve fiat thats like saying a picture of my family was stolen it was worth 1 million dollars to me please give me that money. no dude it wasnt worth that much sorry and to make it clear im not talking about quad bucks im talking about a completed withdrawal not yet paid which is real money at one of their payment processors
I accidentally sent some litecoin to a Quadriga Bitcoin address.
To start off it was a stupid mistake. Luckily it was only 1.05 Litecoin. Is there anyway or guide i can follow to try and get the 1.05 litecoin back? Should i contact Binance or should i contact quadriga? Thanks Edit: i do see it on the blockchain listed as "Not yet redeemed"
I used to recommend Quadriga bitcoin exchange to many friends but can no longer do so
A recent withdrawal took 21 business days, when it was supposed to take 10. (They have recently changed their estimates to 15 business days. Response to support emails is weak. (It is ok on quadrigacx) They put blame on the big banks; I hope this is true. But when I made a withdrawl last year they were also behind schedule, and this was when both them and I used the same credit union (CCEC). Their behaviour reminds me of Mt. Gox, which was running a fractional reserve and soon went bankrupt.
Sent Litecoin from Coinbase to Quadriga Bitcoin Address
Hello, I was interested in moving away from going base so I decided to transfer to Quadriga, it is Canadian and i can more easily put money in and out. When sending i scanned the qr code of the BTC address instead. I realized right away but there is no way to stop the transfer. Is there anything I can do to recover the litecoins?
QuadrigaCX news emerging. Does Quadriga even have a cold wallet? It’s a horrific idea to treat a Crypto exchange as if it is your local credit union.
A former US-based software engineer lost $422,000, Which was supposedly all of his savings from working for 7 years. He sent crypto to Quadriga to cross international borders from the U.S. to Canada. He filed withdrawal in October. He hasn't received any of the money. So far, more than 115,000 users are said to have been affected by the case. In recent weeks, researchers have claimed that QuadrigaCX may not even have the cold wallets the exchange claimed to have. There is no evidence to support the existence of a Quadriga Bitcoin cold wallet $92.3 million worth of BTC. And no link to any of the main wallets of QuadrigaCX to an Ethereum cold wallet or a reserve. A horrific lesson. A Programmer Lost $422,000 in Crypto on QuadrigaCX and Sadly, He Might Not Get it Back
I'm fairly new to bitcoin and I don't know what happened. So I was/am running a small business accepting bitcoin. I am using blockchain.info as my bitcoin wallet. Over the last two months everything was going fine - I'd accept payments to my wallet. Yesterday I decided it was time to cash out some of my bitcoin into dollars. I had around $4.5K CAD worth on my blockchain.info wallet. I decided to use quadrigacx.com as my exchange. So I signed up and then deposited $2.7K into my quadrigacx.com account. You obviously do this simply by sending the bitcoin from my blockchain.info wallet to the address specified by quadrigacx.com. So I send the $2.7k to my quadra account. Then today I log into my quadra account and all is well - I have my 5 bitcoins - or roughly $2.7k in there. In my blockchain account I should still have around $1.8k CAD left. So I log into my blockchain.info account and its completely empty! My entire account is erased - everything! The only thing not erased is the custom addresses I made for my customers. Here are screenshots to get a better idea, My dash: http://imgur.com/10RNotB The only thing not deleted (custom addresses): http://imgur.com/U1eLbcX What the hell happened? And considering I did not back up my wallet did I just lose 2k? I am so confused as to what happened? All I did was send 5 bitcoins to the quadriga bitcoin address and those 5 bitcoins are there. But what happened to the remaining bitcoins I had on my blockchain.info and infact what happened to all my transactions and they history I had on that wallet?!
Jennifer cannot find any Quadriga financial records, was not involved in the business and all the laptops are encrypted yet she knows exactly how much bitcoin Quadriga supposedly has in their 'cold wallets'?
'According to report filings, Quadriga holds around':
26,500 bitcoin ($92.3 million),
200,000 litecoin ($6.5 million),
430,000 ether ($46 million),
over $2 million in bitcoin varients, bitcoin cash, bitcoin SV and bitcoin gold.'
Which Canadian exchange is best to deposit and withdraw, previously used Quadriga and lost $400 as a result of the “exit”. I see that Binance offers deposit for Canadians but I’m not sure if withdrawing into a Canadian bank is supported. Any trusted Canadian exchanges you would recommend ?
The QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange says its founder and CEO, Gerald Cotten, was the only one who knew crucial passwords to access some $190 million in bitcoin and other funds. The Quadriga Bitcoin Exchange. The Quadriga product is nicely and intuitively designed. Users are greeted with their personal dashboard, which provides a snapshot of all pertinent account information including fiat and bitcoin balances, open orders and recent trades, and a quick trade box, allowing a one-click bitcoin buy or sell market order. Message from QuadrigaCX. April 16, 2019. Dear Customers, Please be advised that on April 11, 2019, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia issued a Termination and Bankruptcy Assignment Order outlining the process by which the Quadriga CCAA proceedings will be converted to bankruptcy proceedings under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. The death of a Canadian entrepreneur has left a huge stash of cryptocurrencies locked off from the people who own them. Bitcoin Exchange Guide is a hyperactive hybrid of heavy-handed cryptocurrency content curation creators from christened community contributors who focus on delivering today's bitcoin news, cryptoasset user guides and latest blockchain updates.
Live Bitcoin Trading With DeriBot on Deribit DeriBot Backup 1,090 watching Live now How to Buy Bitcoin in Canada - Step by Step for beginners - Quadriga CX Tutorial Full Breakdown - Duration: 26:08. Clients of QuadrigaCX, Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange, are panicking over $250 million in frozen assents after the death of the company's CEO, Gera... A recent graduate from York University, Cotten had become immersed in the world of Bitcoin, and wanted to fill a much-needed void in the crypto market. Over the next five years, Cotten's company ... the quadrigacx conspiracy, and grin developer being a baby and playing the worlds smallest violin. todays quadriga links - https://twitter.com/jespow/status/... Quadrigacx announced they lost access to $137 Million worth of user crypto funds due to the death of their CEO. Evidence is surfacing that this supposed "los...