Bitcoin and crypto currencies bring many uncertainties as they are a new technology.
One of the biggest crises in recent times was the loss of the CEO of Quadriga CX, one of Canada's largest Bitcoin and Crypto stock exchanges.
In the course of this development, tens of millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin and subcoine could not be reached, while an old Bitorrent and Walmart software developer Tong Zou in an interview with Bloomberg all his life accumulated after this crisis has become unreachable after the crisis, he said.
”I wasn't trading”
Speaking to Bloomberg, the former Bittorrent developer described him as one of the most vulnerable users, saying that he did not trade, and that he only used his stock account to avoid high bank transfer transactions.
Zou stated that he bought his Bitcoins in the US and transferred them to Canada and quickly converted them to Canadian Dollars. He expects his dollars to be transferred to his bank account since October, but that the exchange did not take place;
“I was not using the exchange for swap transactions. I just wanted to transfer the money into my bank account in Canada. I saw that the transfer process I gave in October was still in the pending process and I was expecting the transaction to take place for months. I know a lot of people who are in the same distress with me. Benim
Im This is all my experience in my life and I live in Vancouver with AirBnb. Now, if I don't get this money, I'll have to start all over again. Şimdi
Zou is a victim of the death of Quadriga's founder and is one of the 115,000 customers who have kept $ 190 million in stock. The stock exchange operations are halted and credit providers will try to ensure the rights of stockperson victims by a decision taken on February 5th. The eyes of Zou have been translated into Bennett Jones LLP and McInnes Cooper to defend themselves.
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