Millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency are being held on behalf of Cryptopia account holders by the liquidators in New Zealand.
They have no firm plan to distribute those coins.
The vast majority of account holders are overseas and have limited options to seek recourse unless they want to embark on expensive legal action.
Cryptopia Rescue is a collaboration between a group of seasoned professionals who have the experience and knowledge to help those unrepresented account holders get the representation they deserve.
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Principality of Cogito
Cogito is revolutionary. A principality that breaks traditional borders and is open to citizens from every country in the world. Is a safe place that brings together smart minds and is a haven for investors, businesses, non-profits, and governments.
Accendos is a group of experienced professionals with the expertise and commitment to represent the Cryptopia Claimants. Accendos will liaise with the auditors and the lawyers to ensure that the best interests of the Cryptopia claimants are upheld.
Cavell Leitch law firm combine seasoned experience with strong legal knowledge, and provide business, contract law and a full range of services to business clients—from start-ups to middle-market competitors, to growing companies expanding into new markets. Since the firm was founded in 1923, the firm’s guiding values have remained the same: to provide clients with clear advice and great service.
Simon Shamy of Bridgeside Chamber has represented clients in major cases before all the New Zealand Courts over three decades. This has included a large number of appearances before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Simon’s approach to litigation is focussed on effective solutions which advance and protect the interests of his clients. He has extensive experience in the resolution of disputes arising in the context of commercial and residential transactions and relationship property disputes.