Two law firms have been appointed to represent the clients of insolvent Canadian crypto exchange Quadrigacx in court. The number of affected users has been estimated at approximately 115,000 and lawyers will have to contact as many as they can. The digital asset trading platform owes them approximately $190 million.
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Miller Thomson, Cox & Palmer to Reach Affected Users
Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Michael Wood issued a decision on Tuesday, Feb. 19, announcing the appointment of Toronto-based Miller Thomson and Cox & Palmer from Halifax as representatives of Quadrigacx’s clients. Both firms have extensive experience with insolvency cases, Wood said, quoted by the Canadian Press. He added that Miller Thomson has cryptocurrency-related expertise as…