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BitGo, which provides custodian services on more than $2 billion in digital assets, has no involvement with Quadriga, which has been unable to access its clients’ accounts since the death of its founder. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — While users of the troubled Quadriga CX cryptocurrency exchange remain unable to retrieve millions in funds, a startup backed by mainstream companies such as Goldman Sachs says they’re able to offer some protection.

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