Young man returns bitcoin worth $80,000 mistakenly sent to him

Young man returns bitcoin worth $80,000 mistakenly sent to him

A Nigerian man by name Keith Mali Chung has returned Bitcoins worth $80,000 which was wrongly deposited into his account back to the owner.

According to a report shared on, Keith woke up with 7.8 Bitcoins in his accounts which were mistakenly transferred to him.

The report further stated that the moment he realized this, he began to track down the owner of those Bitcoins.

He mentioned that he trades in Bitcoins, but he’s never traded such huge amount, and he posted an announcement through some WhatsApp group to find some information about the owner.

Young man returns bitcoin worth $80,000 mistakenly sent to him
Keith Mali Chung Source:
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Keith said after three-days of frantic search without any success, he took the matter to Twitter and found the owner that had the correct encryption code for the transaction.

The Paris-based Financial Action Task Force announced that cryptocurrency firms would have to prevent the misuse of digital coins for money laundering and other illegal activities.

FATF took this decision, and it brings together all the crypto accepting countries as well as commissions and reflects the growing concern among the global platforms.

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In other news, a man identified as Yordan has caught his wife red-handed with another man in their bedroom.

Yordan was coming from town when he walked in unexpectedly on his wife having fun in bed with the man.

In the photos he shared which have been sighted by, Yordan appeared calm and was seen taking off his shirt and cap without acting violently.

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