$ 100,000 — a reward offered by the Kraken crypto exchange for assistance in finding money with QuadrigaCX. Reward for searching for mysteriously lost money can be credited to the crypto or Fiat, Kraken was told about this in its Twitter account on February 28th.
As indicated in the message, any information provided about the lost funds will be transferred to law enforcement agencies that are engaged in the investigation. All “useful” facts and guesses will be rewarded, but the main “prize” in the amount of $ 100,000 will be transferred to the account of the one who will be able to solve the mystery of lost crypto.
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“Kraken will pay $ 100,000 (Fiat or Crypto) as a reward for information that will lead to the discovery of the missing $ 190 million. Can you help us solve the mysterious case of missing coins? ” – Twitter, Kraken
In their official blog, Kraken also reminded that about a month ago, QuadrigaCX suspended its work due to the sudden death of the CEO. It is assumed that the late Gerald Cotten was the only one who had all the keys to access the crypto in the cold storage of the cryptocurrency exchange. As a result, crypto worth more than $ 190 million, which belonged to almost 115,000 clients of the exchanger, remained blocked.
“Kraken wants to draw attention to this case, hoping that we can help discover some or all of the missing funds of clients” – Kraken blog
Anyone wishing to take part in the investigation is invited to watch several author podcasts of Kraken employees. The videos provide information on analyzing the situation on the QuadrigaCX.
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“We reveal our own analysis and subjective assessment of the most plausible explanations or theories based on our experience as an exchange operator” – Kraken blog
Kraken offers $ 100,000 for solving a crypto mystery on QuadrigaCX. Recall that G. Cotten, CEO of QuadrigaCX, died seven weeks ago in India. Many experts until recently considered his death a scam until the widow submitted documents from the local hospital.
Editor: Pereyidenko Ihor