The company is expected to submit all this information to the Canada Revenue Agency, amounting to almost 800,000 documents, all covering the exchanges that their 115,000 users made.
It was only after 5 years, from its initial launch that the company started getting into trouble.
Things went south when the company started a partnership with the shadow banking firm Crypto Capital and its subsidiary and payment processors Custodian Inc, started raising suspicions as well.
According to the statement by the company, Cotten passed away in India with aloof the company’s assets held in cold storage.
Most crypto exchanges prioritize their legitimacy and transparency these days, but also probably influenced by the unfolding of these events around QuadgicaCX.

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