The king of the Bitcoin and Canadian supernerd Gerald Cotten died suddenly at 30, taking with him the password to access 150 million dollars. A treasure in dance decidedly consistent that threatens to remain buried in the web if you do not find the password that only the founder of QuadrigaCX knew.
Bitcoin is at the heart of the computer empire founded by Cotten, but the young Canadian nerd died just 30 years in India and now the widow is in trouble. The cryptocurrency in fact had attracted real investments and many are likely to remain broke if the accounts will not be unlocked by a password that only Gerald, it seems, knew.
The widow Cotten in these days of mourning was besieged by those who invested in the Exchange Arootawa platform and swears not to have the password, so as to have hired an expert, Chris McBryan, to find in Gerald's PC and cell phones the password for access that money.