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CDCROP: Big spender money cash sunglasses (Unsplash)
Co-Founder of Failed Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX Starts DeFi Protocol UwU Lend
The new platform released by Michael Patryn has already secured $57.5 million in total value locked.
CDCROP: Big spender money cash sunglasses (Unsplash)

Reggie Fowler in happier times, on the sidelines of a January 1, 2006 matchup between the Minnesoat Vikings and Chicago Bears at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. Fowler now faces decades in prison for his role in the shadow bank Crypto Capital. (Mark Brettingen/Getty Images)
The Downfall of 'Shadow Banker' Reggie Fowler and Crypto's Rising Legitimacy
A lead figure in the storied Crypto Capital saga has declared he’s effectively broke. Now, he wants to give up his right to a trial.
Reggie Fowler in happier times, on the sidelines of a January 1, 2006 matchup between the Minnesoat Vikings and Chicago Bears at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. Fowler now faces decades in prison for his role in the shadow bank Crypto Capital. (Mark Brettingen/Getty Images)

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What Netflix’s QuadrigaCX Documentary Gets Right – and Wrong – About One of Crypto’s Worst Scandals
Is “Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King” worth watching? Two CoinDesk staffers watched the film and came away with different conclusions.
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Gerald Cotten, founder and former CEO of QuadrigaCX. (Original image by Trevor Jones for CoinDesk)
The Story Behind QuadrigaCX and Gerald Cotten, Netflix’s ‘Crypto King’
As a new Netflix documentary takes on one of the most notorious crypto scandals, we outline what we know – and what is still debated – in the tale of lost millions and the person at its core.
Gerald Cotten, founder and former CEO of QuadrigaCX. (Original image by Trevor Jones for CoinDesk)

Anonymity is highly valued in crypto and hacker culture. But a higher standard of transparency may apply for those with power over others' fates. (Boy_Anupog/Getty Images)
Your Right to Anonymity Ends Where Risk to My Money Begins
Privacy is a key value of crypto, and of a healthy society. But it ends when you seek wealth and influence – for good reason.
Anonymity is highly valued in crypto and hacker culture. But a higher standard of transparency may apply for those with power over others' fates. (Boy_Anupog/Getty Images)

Down the rabbit hole? (Diane Picchiottino/Unsplash)
Wonderland Founder: ‘I’m Here to Fix This and Make It All Back’
“Frog Nation” leader Daniele Sestagalli has received an improbable vote of confidence from Wonderland investors.
Down the rabbit hole? (Diane Picchiottino/Unsplash)

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Wonderland's (and DeFi's) Anonymity Problem
Is pseudonymity really viable in crypto? asks a veteran Canadian bitcoiner following this week's Wonderland scandal.
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The price of Terra's LUNA dropped sharply on Friday. (Jose A. Bernat Bacete/Getty)
Terra's LUNA Dumps After Wonderland Controversy
The native token of the Terra blockchain dropped sharply after it was confirmed a QuadrigaCX co-founder is tied to the Wonderland project.
The price of Terra's LUNA dropped sharply on Friday. (Jose A. Bernat Bacete/Getty)

The price of TIME fell to as low as $290 on Thursday. (CoinGecko)
Tokens Related to Wonderland Developer Plunge After QuadrigaCX Revelation
Tokens of projects on the Avalanche and Ethereum networks started by Wonderland’s creator fell by as much as 22% in the past 24 hours.
The price of TIME fell to as low as $290 on Thursday. (CoinGecko)

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DeFi Users Fret ‘Contagion’ Risk Amid Possible Stablecoin Depegging
Can the collapse of one stablecoin bring down a string of others?
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