Nov 27, 2021 07:24 GMT
“I’ve done my best, I can’t get the password, that’s all,” the man lamented.
A 27-year-old paralegal named Dylan, forgot password that he put in his bitcoin wallet 9 years ago, which can now hold between $ 50,000 and $ 60,000, the young man confessed to Vice.
Dylan acquired its first cryptocurrencies in 2013 because I wanted to do some shopping on the ‘darknet’, the hidden part of the web, not indexed by search engines. The user had several digital wallets you “literally forgot about” after spending a certain time. Only “six years later, when the first cryptocurrency boom happened,” the young decided to get the bitcoins back that I had.
“I lost the password for one of my wallets, but then I found the one for the other. The sum increased by 10,000%. There wasn’t much [dinero] there, but it was significant growth, “Dylan said.” Plus, he had some dogecoins. I’m not a fan of Elon Musk, really, but I saw that he had posted something on Twitter [sobre dogecoins], that’s why I bought them. They also shot up. “
Dylan admitted to making about $ 8,500 after investing just $ 60 years ago. He I had no special strategy about your investment, you just left it there.
In addressing the subject of your winnings in the other wallet of the lost password, the man assures that for now the sum can reach between 50,000 and 60,000 dollars. “I have done everything possible, I can’t get the password, that’s it, “Dylan lamented.
On his possible return to the virtual currency market, Dylan was strongly against during the interview. “It is too volatile and horrible for the environment taking into account all mining [de criptomonedas] that is given. It is not my interest. By now it all seems a collective fraud“confesses the young man.
To conclude, Dylan stressed that, in his opinion, digital currencies could never replace conventional money. The business world would not accept a virtual currency as a form of income, although it did not rule out the possibility that small businesses could turn to cryptocurrency transactions from time to time.