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September 09, 2018, 04:43:20 PM
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That's a big bunch of ether stuck in that wallet @hiraoki
Won't be easy to bruteforce a 20 character code, unless you're certain about part of the password.

A better idea might be to book a wellness resort for a week, and who knows perhaps the code will suddenly pop back up in your head. Worth giving a shot, isn't it? Grin


Good luck with your hunt mate

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September 19, 2018, 01:51:55 AM
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I would give Dave at wallet recovery service a try. I sent him an old BTC wallet which I had forgotten the password for. I didn’t really give him much information to work with regarding the password itself, and after several weeks he emailed saying he wasn’t successful in recovering the BTC but he would keep it on the back burner. 4-5 month’s went by and I had basically written it off, when I received an email from Dave stating that he had finally recovered my coins. He had taken the pre arranged fee and left the remainder of the wallet for me. Highly recommend his service!
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September 20, 2018, 02:35:11 PM
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I would give Dave at wallet recovery service a try. I sent him an old BTC wallet which I had forgotten the password for. I didn’t really give him much information to work with regarding the password itself, and after several weeks he emailed saying he wasn’t successful in recovering the BTC but he would keep it on the back burner. 4-5 month’s went by and I had basically written it off, when I received an email from Dave stating that he had finally recovered my coins. He had taken the pre arranged fee and left the remainder of the wallet for me. Highly recommend his service!
He is good, no doubt about it.  I'd recommend this option as well.  It's worth paying him if he's able to crack your phrase.
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September 21, 2018, 12:51:55 AM
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This auction is just about 2 years old. Cheesy

If he still has access to the json I do not think he will want to give out any information as he regretted do so already from reading the past posts over the years.

That amount of eth is probably worth as much as it was back then anyways. Wink

Kindly close your thread if it is over and done with and you have given up on recovering or trying to sell it.
It is like kicking a dead horse when seeing this bumped up every few months. Roll Eyes
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September 21, 2018, 03:07:09 AM
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Very huge amount.. Maybe hackers can access it, hehehe I just checked the wallet, 8k eth is still intact
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