The revelation is part of a Feb. 12 update by Ernst & Young Inc., the monitor appointed Feb. 5 by the Nova Scotia Supreme Court to oversee the digital exchange’s restructuring under creditor protection. (Photo: Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) –More bitcoin has been caught in the Quadriga CX vortex.

The shuttered Vancouver-based digital exchange “inadvertently” transferred 103 bitcoins on Feb. 6 to an offline storage account known as a cold wallet that was protected by passwords held by the company’s founder, who died in December, leaving the company unable to access cryptocurrency valued at C$468,675 ($354,300).

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