Pip Puzzle Creator Hides 310 Bitcoin (BTC) Inside an Image as a New Challenge Worth $2 Million
Here's A Super-Easy Chance To Mint $2 Million; Especially If You're Good At Solving Puzzles
Do you consider yourself decent at solving cryptic puzzles? Are you a crypto enthusiast who is looking to increase their BTC stash or grow their cryptocurrency portfolio? Well, if this sounds like you here is a chance of a lifetime.
Here's How To Go About it
Apparently, there is a new website in town – sorry interwebs – that is offering a cool 310 BTC (worth about $2 million) to anyone who can crack a cryptic puzzle on their site. Yes, you heard that right! You just have to solve it, and the highly sought coins are yours! What's more, there are no rules whatsoever. Anyone – and I mean literally anyone – can crack the code. You just have to marshal your mental faculties' resource, solve the puzzle, unlock the keys to the wallet holding the bitcoins, and voila, you're at least $2 million richer.
The Puzzle's Creator
In case you're wondering, the creator of such an intriguing and interesting puzzle goes by the tag ‘Pip.' Of course, just like anything that revolves around BTC, he is as anonymous as it gets. What's more, there are unsubstantiated claims that ‘Pip' was one of the early adopters of the highly sought BTC. If you are familiar with the history of BTC, then you must know that at its inception, the price of Bitcoin was essentially dirt cheap. But this is where it gets a little interesting, ‘Pip' mined a bulk of his BTC stash from a simple desktop computer back in the day when it was possible to do so. He then added a significant mammoth number of coins to his investment by buying more coins from his fellow miners and early adopters. Lucky man!
He Does Not Care About Money
It is possible that you may find it perplexing that someone would willing give out $2 million worth of BTC in exchange for solving a mere puzzle. Sounds like overkill, right? I mean, imagine the kind of experiences or things that kind of money can buy, mind-blowing!
Well, according to highly reputable sources, Pip does not care about cash anymore. And given that he acquired most of these coins when there were as free as airdrops, it is not hard to see why he would be interested in spreading his luckily-acquired wealth around.
This Happens More Often Than You Think
Pip's ‘generosity' is not unheard of, however. There have been several bitcoin-bounty puzzles in the recent past. One worth about 4.87 BTC was cracked just a few months ago after nearly three continuous years of fruitless attempts. Well, it seems like working puzzles is the new way to get rich nowadays.