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Netflix is set to release a documentary about the mysterious life and death of QuadrigaCX's CEO


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Numerous individuals asserted that Gerald Cotten faked his death and fled with millions of dollars in cryptocurrency, briefly demanding that his body be exhumed.

Netflix, the online streaming platform and production company, will produce a documentary about QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten.

Netflix announced Thursday that the documentary Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King will premiere in 2022. The story, which will follow "a group of investors turned sleuths," will center on the events surrounding Cotten's death while volunteering at an orphanage in India, leaving QuadrigaCX users out roughly $190 million in cryptocurrency.

The documentary's casting and direction are unknown, but the trailer suggests plastic surgery and evading authorities on a yacht. Netflix has gained worldwide recognition for producing documentaries chronicling the lives of controversial figures such as Michael Jackson and singer R. Kelly.

Cotten died in December 2018, reportedly as a result of Crohn's disease complications. He was the only person with access to millions of dollars' worth of cryptocurrency from more than 100,000 users with wallets on the QuadrigaCX exchange at the time. This initially led many in the cryptocurrency space to suspect that Cotten faked his death and fled with the funds, but there has never been any evidence to support this theory. A subsequent investigation revealed that many of the funds may have been controlled by Crypto Capital, a payments processor based in Panama.

Following Cotten's passing, QuadrigaCX trustee Ernst & Young began selling additional assets from the founder's estate, raising approximately $30 million as of November. However, the firm stated that it received 17,053 claims totaling more than $170 million from QuadrigaCX users.

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