Part of the missing assets of the Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX may “with a high degree of probability” be on the Poloniex and Bitfinex exchanges. This was reported by the Zerononcense.
The authors of the report claim that they were able to track transfers in the amount of 649,708 ETH (about $ 100.4 million at the time of operations).
They spotted 12 Ethereum wallets, which, according to their supposition, belong to QuadrigaCX, and noticed that the last transactions from them were held on December 8, 2018, one day before the death of Gerald Cotten, founder of the exchange:
As reported, the joint analysis of MyCrypto CEO Taylor Monahan, Elementus and the author of the report suggests that Bitfinex and Poloniex have funds owned by QuadrigaCX.
However, it is impossible to guarantee whether these assets are still on the named exchanges.
According to Taylor Monahan, QuadrigaCX could use the data of its own clients to register accounts on third-party exchanges.