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March 13, 2019, 11:23:03 AM
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Time to create empty wallet.dat files and sell to this guy. Or create wallet.dat with really good and long password, send coins there, sell the wallet.dat and later at some point transfer coins to more secure, private wallet.

It is possible to find password using dictionary or brute force if the password is short. But the flaw in his business plan is in logic and possible abuse from seller.

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March 13, 2019, 01:08:51 PM
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Time to create empty wallet.dat files and sell to this guy. Or create wallet.dat with really good and long password, send coins there, sell the wallet.dat and later at some point transfer coins to more secure, private wallet.

It is possible to find password using dictionary or brute force if the password is short. But the flaw in his business plan is in logic and possible abuse from seller.
Thanks for your ideas.

Because of this I'm looking for wallets without any transactions for last few years at least.

Like this: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/18jANvQ6AuVGJnea4EhmXiAf6bHR5qKjPB
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March 13, 2019, 10:28:30 PM
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Time to create empty wallet.dat files and sell to this guy. Or create wallet.dat with really good and long password, send coins there, sell the wallet.dat and later at some point transfer coins to more secure, private wallet.

It is possible to find password using dictionary or brute force if the password is short. But the flaw in his business plan is in logic and possible abuse from seller.
Thanks for your ideas.

Because of this I'm looking for wallets without any transactions for last few years at least.

Like this: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/18jANvQ6AuVGJnea4EhmXiAf6bHR5qKjPB
This is either a really good hodler or some sad soul who lost 30 BTC. Good find on the wallet address. Have you had any luck buying wallet.dat s ?

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March 14, 2019, 07:42:21 PM
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Time to create empty wallet.dat files and sell to this guy. Or create wallet.dat with really good and long password, send coins there, sell the wallet.dat and later at some point transfer coins to more secure, private wallet.

It is possible to find password using dictionary or brute force if the password is short. But the flaw in his business plan is in logic and possible abuse from seller.
Thanks for your ideas.

Because of this I'm looking for wallets without any transactions for last few years at least.

Like this: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/18jANvQ6AuVGJnea4EhmXiAf6bHR5qKjPB
This is either a really good hodler or some sad soul who lost 30 BTC. Good find on the wallet address. Have you had any luck buying wallet.dat s ?
I have walled.dat file for this account.

BTW, I'm spend some $ trying to purchase different wallets on satoshibox marketplace (just google "wallet.dat pastebin") but unfortunately 99% of all satoshibox offers is scam (they selling corrupted or empty wallets).
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