Mining coins in lost wallets
Imagine you accessing thousands of wallets, searching for lost or forgotten cryptocurrencies, and finding one of them that has 1,000 bitcoins, which were sent to that wallet at a time when they had no value, and were lost there until then.
What would you do?
We have a system that mines cryptocurrency wallets to look for lost or forgotten wallets. It is estimated that there are 10x more coins in these lost wallets than there are coins to be mined.
Our system captures the keywords of wallets, randomly over the internet, and what needs to be done after that is to manually access them one by one to check if they have a balance and if they are really inactive. Under these conditions, just transfer the coins to your own wallet and convert them into cash.
When making the payment, just send us your email (@GMAIL.COM) and we will give you access to the list of wallets found. We have several plans, check before choosing below.
How it works?
We have computers doing online searches and running tests to ensure that the security phrases found match some cryptocurrency wallet. We have separated these account recovery phrases into several files to be made available to interested parties. With the phrases in hand, what you need to do is access each of these wallets (there are automated ways to do this, to save time) and check whether or not you have a balance available, and whether they are active or inactive.
We do not condone the misuse of these passphrases. As they are randomly picked up on the internet, they can access lost, unowned wallets, as well as access wallets that have an owner. In case they are ACTIVE wallets (belonging to someone), we ask that you do not transfer values or move them in any way, as they will be subject to the laws in force in your territory. Our only intention is to mine and help people find lost wallets that still have a balance. (Mining Wallet Post Mortem.)
Has anyone ever found coins by mining wallets?
There are several cases around the world, of wallets that were abandoned and inactive for years, and that at a certain point became active and the Bitcoins inside them were withdrawn. See some famous cases that made news around the world:
Satoshi Era Bitcoin Wallet Awakens with BTC Worth 62x in USD
Bitcoin wallet wakes up after 8 years, $6k becomes $1.5crore
Inactive Bitcoin wallet with 321 BTC is activated after eight years
Sleeping Bitcoin Whale Awakens After Almost 10 Years
Is it more worth doing cryptocurrency mining or wallet mining?
Let’s compare the two situations: To mine cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin for example, you need to invest in expensive equipment that consumes a lot of energy. These devices need to be on 24 hours a day for years to find a few fractions or a few cryptocurrencies in total. Any cryptocurrency miner available today needs a very high investment.
In the case of wallet mining, we can compare it to a lottery draw. While in a common lottery game we have one chance out of millions of possibilities, in wallet mining we have millions of chances (since there are millions of wallets created) out of trillions of possibilities. We cannot guarantee that you will definitely find a wallet containing lost bitcoins, but your investment for this is low, and your chances are worth it, and they increase as you put time and dedication into this hunt. (Mining Wallet Post Mortem.)