In 2013 Wired magazine called Bitcoin daydreaming, erased their wallet keys, and are now unable to access 13.34 BTC.


This is just to show how we have come a long way from 2013. Or have we?

Not all of those who were “early” knew what the future would bring and there has always been a huge amount of uncertainty around. I wouldn’t even dare to amount the people who have lost their keys during this time. It seems that even when you are uncertain of things you should never burn all of the bridges.

But in the end, the answer was obvious. The world’s most popular digital currency really is nothing more than an abstraction. So we’re destroying the private key used by our Bitcon wallet. That leaves our growing pile of Bitcoin lucre locked away in a digital vault for all eternity – or at least until someone cracks the SHA-256 encryption that secures it.

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Wallet: 1BYsmmrrfTQ1qm7KcrSLxnX7SaKQREPYFP

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