Buy Wallet.dat 14.09BTCBuy wallet.dat for 0.0147 BTC
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The password consists of digits, symbols. Previousely we thoughts that password can contain hieroglyphs or pinyin words. Premined blocks. But the address/wallet originally belonged to an american user. The (encrypted) master key 'mkey' appears twice. It's strange for us. If you follow the 1 big transaction (45 kBTC) for 1GDcVTrZNhVFt7pEnwvHfepoth6mqHVVv, you will see that it is paired with other addresses that mined 50BTC each. None of those (empty) addresses appear in the current wallet.dat file. Since they are part of the same transaction, they should have originated from the same wallet. Even if this wallet is an old backup copy, then older addresses (such as 1PGgGa5Sy2VLtzZa2kodJKSEMLqkxdKTkL) should still be present. See transaction: https://btc.com/aaaa2ef07c4aa47a15375ba6a920a0e93b82a4307d5d45ccaf2672d1e60d29e4 I could be wrong on the 2nd point if the user knew about and used raw transactions. But I still find it unlikely that there were 0 other addresses in that wallet.
This is a rare wallet.dat file. You will have more chances to be the first.
Some coins mined in the early years and have coinbase sources.
Wallet 14.09BTC contains only one Bitcoin address. Some information about the owner, you can gather on news, youtube, forums, chats, search engines, etc.
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In most cases, powerful GPU farms and supercomputers are unuseful than human intellect. Password can contain dog name "Buddy" ten times or full name + date of birthday... Strong human passwords usually long and simple. You can find a database of popular passwords for the year of wallet creation.
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