Miller Thomson, the legal counsel appointed by court for QuadrigaCX’s victims, is seeking data that may lead to any documents related to Crypto Capital, which may have some funds of the exchange.
Miller Thomson wrote to QuadrigaCX’s ex. customers in an emailed letter and post to its website that the Panamanian shadow bank “may have been a payment processor for Quadriga in the final quarter of its operation”, and is asking all affected users for any emails with Crypto Capital or Crypto Capital representatives, or any other documents showing interaction with the bank to forward them in an email to the legal firm.
According to the letter, “Representative Counsel has been investigating, since its appointment, whether any Quadriga funds were potentially retained by Crypto Capital”.
The U.S. Department of Justice is interrogating Crypto Capital and its executives, while bank accounts of Crypto Capital are seized by Polish authorities, amounting to c.$350 million, in an investigation relating to alleged laundered drug cartel funds.
“As you are aware, Ernst & Young Inc. (the ‘Trustee’) has been unable to locate QuadrigaCX’s basic corporate records or accounting records. As a result, Representative Counsel is asking Affected Users for assistance on this matter to uncover whether Crypto Capital held Quadriga funds,” the letter stated.