Bitcoin Founder Missing

The Missing Creator of Bitcoin - Internet Mysteries - GFM (The Case of Satoshi Nakamoto)16 Dec 2019.

When Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange, QuadrigaCX, announced the death of its co-founder and chief executive, Gerald Cotten, in January,

theory emerged: Cotten had faked his own death and disappeared. AD.

Ruja Ignatova (Bulgarian: Ружа Игнатова) (born May 30, 1980) is a convicted Bulgarian fraudster. She is best known as the founder of a Ponzi scheme known as OneCoin, which The Times has described as "one of the biggest scams in history". She was the subject of the 2019 BBC podcast series The Missing Cryptoqueen.

4 Mar 2019.

Cryptocurrency mystery deepens as $143m from dead owner's bitcoin wallet goes missing. Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange closed.

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Pantera Capital Founder explains how a Bitcoin maximalist bias led to the biggest mistake of his investor career.

5 Feb 2019.

A crypto exchange may have lost $145 million after its CEO suddenly died. By Daniel Shane, CNN.

Quadriga assets frozen after founder dies.

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The third bitcoin halving happened against the backdrop of the pandemic, possibly challenging the global dominance of the US.

Since falling as low as $8,180 on Monday, the day of the halving, Bitcoin has mounted a strong comeback that culminated in a.

"Google searches for ‘Bitcoin’ halving have exceeded 300% of the volume seen before the 2016 halving event," as pointed out.

ISIS warlords are sitting on a £246million Bitcoin war chest after transferring their looted cash into cryptocurrency.

The Federal Reserve has just announced new plans to print $3 trillion to bankroll the economy. With the bitcoin halving event.