Over the past few weeks, Netflix has been treating true crime fans to a slew of content that has become some of the most talked about titles on the platform in the days immediately following its release. Titles like The Tinder scammerAnd bad veganNetflix quickly attracted millions of users due to its bizarre but true stories of scammers, stolen funds, and gullible victims. Netflix will attempt to maintain its true crime streak with this week’s update Trust No One: In Search of the Crypto King.
In what will probably still be Another addictive versionFor streamers, this one explains the story in a November 2019 streamer vanity lounge article, titled: “Ponzi Schemes, Private Yachts, and a Missing $250 Million in Crypto: The Strange Tale of Quadriga.”
As far as true crime stories go, they don’t get much wackier than this one.
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The film will be available to stream on Netflix starting Wednesday, March 30. In the paranoid world of cryptocurrency, the streamer’s official synopsis begins, there’s only one rule: “Trust no one.”
Continued from Netflix: “When Gerry Cotten, CEO of QuadrigaCX, Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, dies under mysterious circumstances, he takes the password to $250 million in customer funds to the grave. ” Meanwhile, investors are horrified by the sudden turn of events. And, furthermore, they refuse to accept the official narrative—suspecting, instead, that Cotten’s “death” looks more like an exit plan.
This Netflix documentary examines an investigation into Cotten’s real existence. It is not known if he fled with the money. It is “a dark world, where nothing and no one is what it seems. Will (the investors) be able to unravel the mystery at the heart of Quadriga, find Gerry Cotten and finally get their money back?
“A 24-year-old geek”
“When I think of someone who’s a criminal mastermind – who’s sneaky, calculating, cunning – what we don’t think of is a 24-year-old geek.”
This is how Cotten is presented in the opening moments of the trailer for Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto KingYou can see it here ().You can also find it here). And the people who knew him? “king of crypto” the best? How would they portray or talk about this man in such a bizarre story?
Jennifer Robertson was 26 when she met Cotten on a dating app. She published a book in January on her side.
This book Bitcoin Window: Betrayal, Love, and Missing Millions, was an attempt to convince people that – wild and unlikely as it may seem to the 100,000 investors knocking on her door, wanting their money – she was unfairly left in the dark, so to speak, when her husband died. “He was the kindest, most caring and loving husband,” Robertson spoke to a Canadian news stationIn January of this year. “He was my best friend…I may have been wearing rose-colored glasses.”
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