In 2018, a young Canadian cryptocurrency entrepreneur named Gerald Cotton died of complications from Crohn’s disease while on his honeymoon in India. Or did he? Questions and rumors have long swirled around Cotton’s death, fueled by revelations of a con artist past, a shady business partner, a lavish personal lifestyle (he’d purchased a private island from Tucker Carlson), and—most damningly—the disappearance of some $215 million in customer funds from Quadriga, Cotton’s thriving bitcoin exchange.
Had Cotton pulled the ultimate exit scam? A new podcast miniseries from Treats Media attempts to answer that question. In Exit Scam—which debuted in May and wrapped up its eight-episo
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