A drug dealer has lost the codes to €53.6 million of the cryptocurrency bitcoin, say the Criminal Assets Bureau

It’s been ruled that the country is owed
A large fortune, but sadly the code
To access the cash
Which was earned growing hash
Disappeared sometime back down the road

John Moynes


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6 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Chimpy

    Hahaha, how convenient.
    He may have lost his backup passwords but he still has his actual password.
    Not a hope of him giving that away.

  2. Salmon Eile

    If I had 56 mil I think I might be inclined to say can’t remember passwords – not that the proceeds would be from an activity that was illegal of course. Could they not use PayPal?

  3. postmanpat

    If the crypto isn’t held on an exchange, the bitcoin themselves and wallet address can be written down on a piece of paper and kept anywhere.

    1. Rosette of Sirius

      Was listening to the story on da radio earlier and it’s seemed somewhat credible that he actually lost it. He had 6000 coins and to prevent a hack and grab, he split them into 12 separate wallets. Wrote the 12 different passwords down on paper but it was disposed of by his landlord.

      Apparently. It sounds mental and implausible.

      But if it is true, well, kids…

      Don’t do drugs. M’kay…

  4. Tringo

    I would say keep him in prison until money handed over

    also trance each service provider and
    And bring them up for helping to launder proceeds of crime

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