Jennifer Robertson, the widow of the deceased Gerry Cotten, has informed through a press statement that the Chief Executive Officer and founder of the infamous Quardiga CX exchange had been putting his own money in the company before his untimely demise in India.
Quardiga CX has become the rotten apple case for the cryptocurrency sphere and the exchanges. So far many theories have surfaced; most of the theories claim that the Chief Executive Officer’s untimely death may just be an elaborate plot behind a huge scam.
Jennifer has where answered the discerning comments on her request for refund of the expenses incurred on the court proceedings and other matters to resolve the matter.
Ernst and Young, being the court-appointed mediator, have chosen not to comment on the request. However, millions of people who were affected due issue have been critical of her request.
Jennifer claims in her release that the CEO of the exchange had been fueling the exchange and the payouts to the customers using his own money while the company funds were frozen in bank accounts.
She further explained that she has also invested her own money for the proceedings while she had no direct involvement in the operations of the exchange nor was she legally responsible.
She supported her department husband and his intentions in the presser stating that;
“I believe Gerry had the best interests of the business in mind, and cared for his customers”
On the other hand, the case is as complex as it gets since the monitor or the authorities have not been able to locate or withdraw the funds locked away with the founder’s demise.