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The Billions Locked Behind Forgotten Bitcoin Passwords

That’s a big whoops

$140 Billion: That’s the estimated worth of Bitcoin holdings that can’t be accessed because owners have forgotten their passwords (or “digital keys”), according to the New York Times. This represents roughly 20% of the 18.5 billion existing Bitcoin. In some cases, Bitcoin owners can’t access…

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