The documentary is based on QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten.
As a part of The Home of True Crime slate on Netflix, the streaming platform has announced one more controversial documentary. Titled Trust No One: The Hunt For The Crypto King, the title is based on crypto exchange founder Gerald William Cotten aka Gerry and his suspicious death which took place in India in 2018 at the age of 30. The documentary is based on a group of cryptocurrency investors-turned-amateur detectives.
It is also an attempt to get to the bottom of his mysterious death and figure out what happened to the $250 million they think he stole from them.
Netflix announced the documentary on their Twitter page and wrote, "Follow a group of investors turned sleuths as they try to unlock the suspicious death of cryptocurrency multimillionaire Gerry Cotten and the missing $250 million they believe he stole from them. Premieres in 2022."
TRUST NO ONE: THE HUNT FOR THE CRYPTO KING— Netflix (@netflix) September 23, 2021
Follow a group of investors turned sleuths as they try to unlock the suspicious death of cryptocurrency multimillionaire Gerry Cotten and the missing $250 million they believe he stole from them. Premieres in 2022 pic.twitter.com/rP9iFJHkWm
Cotten was the founder of QuadrigaCX which was one of the biggest crypto exchanges in Canada earlier. It is being reported that he died of Crohn's disease in December 2018.
Gerald was married to Jennifer Robertson who had reportedly revealed that only he knew the passwords to QuadrigaCX's offline crypto storage.
Luke Sewell is the director of the documentary Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King while Sophie Jones and Morgan Matthews are the executive producers. The title is produced under the banner Minnow Films.
Other titles which are a part of The Home Of True Crime are Tiger King 2: Coming Soon, The Puppet Master: Hunting the Ultimate Conman, The Tinder Swindler and Bad Vegan.
Netflix announced the slate with an interesting video shared on their social media platforms. The titles are likely to release on the streaming platform next year.
The content providing service described the slate as 'where the truth is unbelievable'.