QuadrigaCX CEO filed a will 12 days before his death

06 Feb, 2019 | Updated: 06 Feb, 2019
by Richard Allen
QuadrigaCX CEO filed a will 12 days before his death

In more QuadrigaCX news, Bloomberg reports that CEO Gerald Cottan filed a will 12 days before his death listing substantial assets.

According to court documents, Cotten signed his last will and testament on November 27, 2018. He left all his assets to his wife, Jennifer Robertson and named her as the executor of his estate.

Cotten died while in Jaipur, India following complications from Crohn’s disease. He was reportedly in the country to build an orphanage.

The will outlines the founder’s numerous assets, including several properties in Nova Scotia and in Kelowna, British Columbia. He also had a 2017 Lexus, an airplane, a Jeanneau 51 yacht and two pet chihuahuas, Nitro and Gully. He also left his frequent flier points and reward points to Robertson.

Quadriga had its first in court yesterday where it received approval for its application seeking 30-day creditor protection. Additionally, the exchange’s lawyers have admitted that there may be as much as $180 million worth of cryptocurrencies “floating around out there.”

Read more: 5 conclusions of the QuadrigaCX hearing; The QuadrigaCX timeline: as it happened

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