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The unlucky man who accidentally threw away Bitcoin worth $100 million
James Howells had Bitcoin stored on a computer hard drive when he accidentally threw it out
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Man's £4m bitcoin fortune lost in rubbish dump - ITV News
28 November 2013 at 10:51pm
Man's £4m bitcoin fortune lost in rubbish dump
James Howells threw away the hard disk containing the bitcoin this summer.
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An IT worker is hunting for a £4 million-plus digital fortune he mistakenly threw out with the rubbish.
James Howells, 28, would be a bitcoin multimillionaire if he could lay his hands on the computer hard drive containing his fortune.
But the digital cash is lost in a mountainous landfill site in Newport, south Wales where bin men took it after it was accidentially thrown away during a clear-out.
ITV News Midlands Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports.
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