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1  Economy / Services / Lost wallet password? I can help! on: February 09, 2019, 03:33:54 PM
My apologies if this post violates any rules. If there is a more appropriate section for this please let me know.

Some time ago I discovered a few early (2011-2012) bitcoin core and litecoin wallets that I had encrypted but forgotten the password. I mined a ton of litecoin early on and never expected them to go above 10 cents USD at the time. After a ton of research and tens of thousands of dollars spent on hardware and services I was able to recover my passwords and access my funds. With the knowledge and resources I've gathered, I am offering my time and hardware to anyone who has lost their encryption password for just about any type of wallet.

I am aware that there are several other users and services offering to accomplish this task (dave at is VERY good from what I hear) but I would love the opportunity to help you out while building a reputation here. I can recover almost any type of wallet for just about any type of currency. I'd like to think I have a unique approach that may enable me to succeed more easily then some of the larger players in this space. I also personally own a LOT of processing power in a secure location where others may be renting from a cloud provider. Unfortunately in most cases I can't offer this service for free. There is a cost involved for my time, hardware upkeep and electricity but the main reason I'm doing this is because I enjoy it.


1. I will never ask for any payment up front. The only exception to this may be if your demand exceeds my computing capacity which is very unlikely.

2. I do not require you to send me your wallet files to recover the password 99.9% of the time.

3. I will never have access to your funds. Any payment we agree upon will be sent manually by you.

4. Cost will be determined on a case by case basis publicly in this thread unless you'd prefer a private discussion.

5. If the password can be recovered quickly and easily, I will do it for free.

6. If I am unsuccessful at recovering your password, you do not pay.

7. I will research your situation prior to beginning the process. If there is information available the leads me to believe the wallet is stolen or suspicious in any way I won't be able to help you.

8. If interested, I can provide a real time view of the recovery process. This includes how many passwords have been tried, how many will be tried and exactly how long each attempt will take.

I realize you may be reluctant to trust me due to my newbie status on the forum but I can assure you that I've been here since 2011 just lurking until recently and the good news is that there is no trust required on your part. Please post any questions you might have here in this thread for transparency and the benefit of other users or feel free to pm me if you'd like to discuss your situation privately.

For immediate assistance, please use telegram:

2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Found Bitcoin and litecoin wallet files from 2012. Lost password. Help? on: December 12, 2017, 12:57:01 AM
I was going through some of my old gear at my parent's house and I came across my old PC. The machine is dead but I recovered the hard drive on which I found my old litecoin and Bitcoin wallet files (wallet.dat). I thought I knew the password but it doesn't seem to be working. For anyone with the expertise:

Is there any way to get the addresses from these wallets without the password? Can the passwords be cracked?

At one point I had 100 or more bitcoins and around 30,000 litecoins in those wallets from mining early on and I'm pretty sure they're still in there. With the current prices this is a fortune to me.

Can anyone help? I'm really excited about the prospect of recovering these and I'll split it 50/50 if you can help me.
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