Password to $200m digital currency account lost on death


Posted By on 12/02/19

The founder of a Canadian cyrptocurrency exchange suddenly died overseas. His death has left about CAD$190 million (approx. AUD$200 million) of digital currency and tokens inaccessible through the QuadrigaCX exchange, according to court documents filed by his widow. Digital currency (ie cryptocurrency) is managed by the use of “private keys”. If these keys become lost … Read more

Re Tang: impact of multiple jurisdictions on proving Wills


Posted By on 17/01/19

This piece was co-written by Ines Kallweit (Principal Solicitor, KHQ Lawyers) and Susan Aufgang (Victorian Bar).  It first appeared in the December edition of the Wills & Probate Bulletin published by the Leo Cussen Centre for Law. Introduction Australia is a multicultural country, where almost one in two of its citizens was either born overseas or … Read more