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Bitcoin’s initial address seen years later from a major bitcoin transaction

An interesting phenomenon has happened regarding Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. A man who quit bitcoin mining transferred more than 1,100 bitcoins from his wallet that had been dormant for the past several years. Despite this large transaction of bitcoin, it did not have much effect on the market, but it has seen the early addresses of this cryptocurrency again after many years.

In this transaction bitcoins were sent to addresses ending with “zvsd” and “r6YT”. According to on-chain data, these bitcoin were not sent to an exchange address and therefore there was no sell pressure from the miner. It is believed that about half of this fund will go to a custodial service because one of the addresses that receives the bitcoins can be used to represent multiple digital signatures. This feature is commonly seen on wallets associated with custodial services. One of the reasons for the sudden increase in the activities of bitcoin miners could be a large number of these miners shutting down their operations. The fall in the price of bitcoin has made it difficult for miners to make profits. It becomes difficult to make profits in mining when the price of this cryptocurrency falls below $28,000.

Expensive equipment is used in crypto mining and the cost of electricity is also high. Millions of miners are trying to get bitcoins from mining, but a British man, despite having a large number of bitcoins, can’t sell them because he accidentally threw away a hard drive containing about 7,500 bitcoins several years ago. Software engineer James Howells plans to enlist the help of robots to find them.

Two robot dogs from the American robotics design firm Boston Dynamics exchange these bitcoins at a location in the UK city of Newport. will seek, These robot dogs will be equipped with CCTV cameras. James is one of the people who mined coins in the early stages of bitcoin. He has received around $11 million in funding for this campaign from two venture capital firms in Europe. The expedition will be difficult for James as he must first obtain permission from the City Council to excavate the site.

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