Cryptopia stolen hearing hearing verdict: the cryptocurrency held by the user account is owned by the account holder, not the company ’s assets

Cryptopia, the New Zealand cryptocurrency exchange that was stolen in January last year, said on Twitter today that on April 8, 2020, Judge Gendall announced the results of his judgment: first, according to the definition in the s2 of the 1993 Companies Act, encryption Currency belongs to "property"; secondly, the account holder's cryptocurrency is held by multiple trust institutions, separated according to the type of a single encrypted asset. This means that the beneficial owner of the cryptocurrency is the account holder, not the company's assets.