Serhat TUNAR -TDO- German-born programmer Stefan Thomas, who lives in the United States, explained that he had two guesswork rights left to find the password to his bitcoin wallet, worth $ 220 million. Thanks to this password, Thomas will be able to unlock a small hard drive known as IronKey with 7,002 bitcoins in it.
The problem here is that Stefan Thomas lost the paper where he wrote the IronKey password. IronKey gives users 10 guesses before encrypting their content forever.
Stefan Thomas, who has since experimented with the eight most commonly used formulations of passwords, said: "I would lie down on the bed and think, then go to the computer with a new strategy, it wouldn't work and I'd be helpless again."
In 2011, while living in Switzerland, he said: 'What Is Bitcoin? Thomas, who created the animated video called', was given 7,002 Bitcoins as a reward.