With Bitcoin prices over $16,000, determined investiors who are not able to remember the passwords to their Bitcoin wallets in effort to recover them, have resorted to hypnotherapy.
Bitcoin adopters who are sitting on untapped bonus because they’ve losted the passwords essential to get in their ‘wallets’ are searching for ways to resolve the problem.
Jason Miller hypnotist from South Carolina begun to offer help to people who forgot their passwords and storage devices and for his services he charges one bitcoin plus 5% of the amount recovered. However Miller claims that he offers flexible payments.
“I’ve developed a collection of techniques that allow people to access older memories or see things they’ve put away in a stashed spot,” he said to The Wall Street Journal.
Bitcoin dont have central hotline to call for a reset and many investitors who years ago pledge on Bitcoin are in a difficult situation. Unlike bank accounts, Bitcoin wallets are protected with complicated security codes.
Elon Musk last month tweeted that he displaced part of his bitcoin, and many more bitcoin owners had similar distress as the financial value of the cryptocurrency climb over 20-fold at times this year to more than $19,000. On Tuesday morning, it was trading at $18,000.