Ten years ago, when bitcoin was worth only $5 each, cryptocurrency proponent Max Keiser gave conspiracy theorist Alex Jones a laptop. It contained 10,000 bitcoin, which would now be worth over $500 million.
That laptop has gone missing:
Alex Jones, the founder of the right-wing media group Infowars, has revealed that he has lost the laptop containing 10,000 bitcoins given to him by television personality and bitcoin proponent Max Keiser. During the Flagrant 2 show with Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh on Tuesday, he said that Keiser gave him 10K BTC on a laptop 10 years ago.
This highlights a real problem with cryptocurrencies. Unless you use an application to manage and store your crypto, you can lose the USB or laptop, forget the password, etc. Do that and the money is gone forever.
Better starting looking, Alex!
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