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Author Topic: Let's add up the KNOWN lost bitcoins  (Read 47935 times)
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October 24, 2016, 11:53:58 AM
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So, assuming the 15,000 BTC guy just lost access but someone *else* now has access to it, then since the last update:

134634.39864659+0.0004+0.02+40+0.009395+0.015+0.008+0.01+0.01+0.03+0.5+0.5

= 134675.50144159

+ 3.5 from here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/4pjkyi/after_3_years_im_off_the_bitcoin_bandwagon/

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A mini bump for this thread...

BTC 134679.00144159 is close to a cool $ 77,200,000 USD @ 573.2 USD according to preev.com on the 1st of September 2016.

Wow that's insane!!!  Shocked First time I come across this thread, I've been reading some of the comments and it's freaking unbelievable how many Bitcoins some people have lost. Of course it might not all be true/accurate, I've seen a few people post Bitcoins they've lost in scams which don't really count because they're still spendable. Still, this is crazy, I wonder how people who lost 1000's of Bitcoins back when Bitcoin wasn't worth a lot feel about it today.

These  thread  is  not accurate though because  lots of  people  for sure didnt see this   thread  and  cant able to  post  on their  lost bitcoin on here. Maybe  we could  say  its a partial count  but  i could really say that  lost  bitcoins are  too much  which already cost  millions of dollars  on the current price as of now.

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October 24, 2016, 04:22:19 PM
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I don't know the known lost Bitcoin (added on this thread) but as mine too.

I've lost about 0.02 on my copay wallet (I'd the backup, still I can't spend from there), 0.006 due to my HDD failure and 0.006 due to my pendrive failure (where I've kept my wallet's backup)
So totally I've lost 0.02+0.006+0.006 = 0.032 BTC!

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October 24, 2016, 04:38:01 PM
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Didn't keep any records of my losts until now if how much bitcoins i have lost, maybe they are around 0.3btc or more, because when i was new to bitcoin i used to earn bitcoins and spend them on hyips as i was not aware of their reality.

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October 24, 2016, 05:03:08 PM
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Didn't keep any records of my losts until now if how much bitcoins i have lost, maybe they are around 0.3btc or more, because when i was new to bitcoin i used to earn bitcoins and spend them on hyips as i was not aware of their reality.

Thats not lost bitcoins, thats spent bitcoins which are still in circulation.

 It would be good if someone could go through the posts to update how many we are at with only the information we have in this thread. I would do it but i cant update it anyway since im not op.

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October 24, 2016, 06:42:03 PM
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When I was a newbie I lost 0.1 btc in doubler site as I thought I would be able to double my coins in few hours and from that point till today I am just waiting  Angry

It's something you have to forget about it, because if you're still waiting and angry against loss you get when early bitcoin then it will give bad effect to your future. because it is sure you will do something with very tight and could not think properly while doing something about bitcoin or associated with bitcoin
Yes, it is highly important to let bygone be the bygones, when someone keeps remembering a misfortune that befalls him or her without letting it go, it becomes a source of worry and create possible future problems to the person. Just forget about everything and move on, you have a brighter future ahead.

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