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February 27, 2018, 02:41:36 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.

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February 27, 2018, 02:47:37 AM
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The story is very sad. I am completely sympathetic to that girl. If you do not mind the bitcoin, and keep the bitcoin with you, do not give it to your sister, she is now a billionaire. There are many cases like her in my country. They think bitcoin will never be able to thrive as now, so they threw away their account. So I think the supply of bitcoin at the moment is lost a lot.

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February 27, 2018, 04:16:43 AM
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Is their any issues happened between her and her sister? Because if I'm her brother who acquired that blessing from her, I'll absolutely do whatever I could just to help her get the life that she deserves.

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February 27, 2018, 04:19:42 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.
sad story but is this a real story or just a fairy tale??? Wink Wink Wink
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February 27, 2018, 04:21:47 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.
That is so sad, but nobody knows what happen in the future. Thats just a destination. Only sad will not makes her condition better. She should start it again. This still an early phase of bitcoin adoption. There are still so many changes that provided.
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February 27, 2018, 04:25:15 AM
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I don'yt pity her for the loss 3oo Bitcoin. I pity her because of how her sister treated her. Family should weigh more than any amount of money. All I can tell her is to keep on fighting and striving eventually something good will happen don't lose hope. If you believe in bad KARMA, Actually good Karma is stronger.
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February 27, 2018, 04:29:26 AM
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Is this a "REAL" story?
If they're really sisters, they should be helping each other.
There's no problem with trying bitcoin again.
It's a loss but she needs to overcome it.

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February 27, 2018, 05:32:28 AM
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I like the 'invested grandma's savings' story better.   

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February 27, 2018, 05:40:26 AM
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It's sad to hear. I can't believe this was done to her. If only she was knowledgeable enough not to trust someone else to keep the coins for her, she could've had a more meaningful life by now.

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February 27, 2018, 05:45:02 AM
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This is sad to heat, how money can change people. I hope she comes into her mind and help the girl. Moral lesson if you have invested in something keep it safe only within yourself unless it is your wife. haha

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February 27, 2018, 05:55:44 AM
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very bad condition, thanks for the information. your story gives me the lesson that storing bitcoin alone is the safest way.

better to live alone with 300 BTC, rather than having to hang out with people who like to take opportunities that can harm us.
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February 27, 2018, 05:58:49 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.

A very sad story, everyday bitcoin price goes up she upset more Sad. This will be lifelong regret for her.

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February 27, 2018, 06:20:19 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.

It is a good lesson regarding how we should be careful on sharing details regarding crypto with family members. Best option is to put details in locker and tell them that they can access the locker only if you die.
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February 27, 2018, 06:22:02 AM
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I also heard a sad story like that one my friends collect 100 bitcoins in 2009 by completing some ordinary tasks and keep it in some primary wallet he never pay attention about that because that movement it does not value $20.and he loss the all detail about bitcoin now he remember about that when bitcoin was $10,000 in fiest time soo he can not take his bitcoin.you can hear these type of sad stories ths problem is invest without proper knowledge.
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February 27, 2018, 07:05:19 AM
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what a sad story, is this true?, her sister should share with her bitcoin because they are siblings they should help each other, so If I were her I'm begging to my sister to give me a half of what she have right now.
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February 27, 2018, 07:23:22 AM
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it is always possible to hear such sad news. but we do not know which is right. I had heard something like this before, and later I learned that it was a lie.
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February 27, 2018, 07:25:45 AM
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Let me guess, you gave her a big tip afterwards?

Not saying it isn't true, but these stories are very easy to come up with. People will do anything to get out of a dire situation and make some additional cash.

If it really is true, it goes to show how messed up some families can become.
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February 27, 2018, 07:36:20 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.

This is so unfortunate. Why did she entrust her Bitcoins to someone else? She should have kept it by herself if she really treated it with utmost importance. That was a really huge amount by now. And it was gone into thin air because she gave it just like that to her sister. It was much better if she divided them into three to four parts to be safer. I hope the properties to which her sister invested using her Bitcoins are now valued quite high so that she could sell them up and go back to crypto. This is something we can learn from a lot.

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February 27, 2018, 07:39:50 AM
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Its life, you can't expect other people to help you even though you help them in the first. Its just normal occurences, rather than hanging with the past then its better to work for a better future. Eventhough the girl got 300 bitcoin until then, who knows when she will trade in for money while the price become $20 or $30?? Its just make sense because she invested for $10, i've meet lots of people who resent themselves for selling bitcoin when it below $50. $100 or $1000 bla..bla..bla.. You can't predict the future so accept your choice that you've made, if her sister won't help her then move on and try to work harder and better or find other opportunities elsewhere, if she can buying bitcoin in $10 then of course she also can find other opportunities.
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February 27, 2018, 07:43:23 AM
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Met a girl who has been working on a restaurant for mere 200$ a month with some tips in hand. On a conversation she started to elaborate about her life and in between the conversation turned towards cryptocurrency. By the time, she stated she has got 300 bitcoin in her wallet. While the price was around $10 she has given it to her Sister to keep hold of it and keep it secure. Her sister has made use of it and invested into lot of properties. Now when asked about the bitcoin, she shows bare hands. Now she was unable to do anything, and surviving with the $200+ salary per month. Don't you feel pity, it really hurts on hearing the tearful words coming out from her.

Sorry to hear about this. If she got some proof of transactions, she might consider taking legal help. 300 bitcoins is huge money  at current price levels.

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