A new Netflix documentary about cryptocurrency, Trust No One: Hunt for the Crypto King, was released on Wednesday with great fanfare. The documentary is based on the mysterious death of the founder of the now defunct crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.

The founder of the cryptocurrency exchange allegedly died while traveling to India. He took with him the keys to cryptocurrency wallets that contain cryptocurrencies worth around $ 250 million.

The mysterious disappearance / death of the QuadrigaCX founder was followed by unofficial investigations and a series of conspiracy theories. Netflix’s documentary study aims to unravel some of the mysteries behind the high-profile encryption problem that confuses many even today.

The documentary about crypto scammers is inspired by the investigative thriller “Do not spend with the cats” style, and people seem to be addicted to this version. A Twitter user wrote:

“Saw it at the gym tonight. Only 1/2 of the way up, but it’s crazy: The biggest red flag is to falsify death from Crohn’s disease, seriously ?! You do not need a doctor to know that Crohn’s disease is rarely fatal ! ”
Another expressed the same opinion and said:

“What a crazy story. Dig this grave! ”
A user who allegedly used QudrigaCX at one point stated that he smelled suspicious behavior too early and withdrew the money in time. After watching the documentary, he wrote:

“I had a lot of coins on this exchange. But one day I felt something strange about the way trades are handled. After setting up Bloomberg’s systems for AIMCO, I had a pretty good idea of ​​how these exchanges worked. I immediately pulled out all the coins.
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Although the investment documentary is very funny and does not really require anyone with crypto knowledge to understand it, many in the crypto community who have covered the story carefully or were affected by the stock crash found it quite satisfactory. .

Mike Oltoff, founder and CEO of Coincard, claimed that many of his friends appeared in the documentary, including him.

“It’s weird to see a group of my friends in a documentary, but they all did a great job! It’s funny, but I also appeared in this documentary in the background of one of my videos about Patrin.

Source: CoinTelegraph