See how trading Bitcoin made this woman rich, check out her brand new car (photo)

See how trading Bitcoin made this woman rich, check out her brand new car (photo)

- A woman's feat of a new car has shown how trading cryptocurrencies could be the new deal in this modern-day

- Showing off the new whip, the woman said she was really excited that she paid for the ride in full from crypto profits

- While some congratulated her, others were of the belief that she should not have cashed out that early

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A woman with the Twitter handle @RedKatLife has shown off the ride trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies got her.

In a post on Tuesday, January 26, the woman said that though her jeep is not a Lamborghini, she paid for it in full and it is debt-free.

Posting the photo online, the woman appreciated the goodies cryptocurrency has brought her way. Many people on the app rejoiced with her.

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Some of them said that they are really happy people are making it in ways that break conventions.

See the woman's post below:

@elvissinging asked:

"Is it by Hyeondai in S.Korea? If so, Could u tell what model it is? Txs!"

@stevemontano_ said:

"So exciting to see stories like this! Cheering for you!"

@PaulHInch2 said:

"Congrats that's awesome! Very happy for u!"

@MorphleTed said:

"This is my dream car for my family."
See how trading Bitcoin made this woman rich, check out her brand new car (photo)

The woman was very excited she got her own car. Photo source: @RedKatLife
Source: UGC

@SidhuMel said:

"Awesome Kat!! Congratulations!!"

@Hektikcrypt_87 said:

"Being debt-free da*n near makes you rich nowadays. Awesome job lady. And nice, sensible vehicle"

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 35-year-old computer engineer, James Howells, offered his local government the sum of £55m (N29,395,251,259) if they can help him recover a hard drive he threw away.

The said drive contains keys to Bitcoins that are worth over £230 million (N122,925,596,174). He mistakenly threw the gadget out in 2013.

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The engineer said:

"There's pot of gold for someone at the end of the rainbow - and that ends in the landfill site.”

James was clearing out his office of old laptops and other broken gadgets when he trashed the device. He said that he threw the hard drive away because it bears a striking similarity to another one that was no longer working.

The engineer said as painful as the whole experience is for him, he just has been laughing it off because there is nothing he could do.

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Source: Yen News

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