Bitcoin is booming. The rulers of the major global nations are carrying through a plan to impose restrictions on cryptocurrencies.
Meanwhile, the CIA agent Claire Atkins finds a mysterious wharehouse and suspects it is connected to an organized crime group that uses digital currency in child trafficking.
She enasks for help from Ulrich Fersen, one of the leading experts in this technology. In a frantic chase, they discover that facing the system may be the only way out.
CAN YOU SOLVE IT?
There is a Bitcoin wallet with a lot of satoshis in it, AND IT CAN BE YOURS!
In the story of the book there are hidden indications to 6 people. The full names of these 6 people are not directly said in the story, but there are hints to them. If you find out who they are, you'll be able to discover the private key to the wallet.
The private key is:
The hash for the sequence of the names of the 6 people (only the first and last names of each), in alphabetical order of the surnames.
I KNOW THE 6 NAMES, HOW DO I TRY THEM OUT?
E.g. If the names were the ones below:
You would order them like this:
1. Hugh Akston
2. Quentin Daniels
3. Richard Halley
4. Kay Ludlow
5. Andrew Stockton
6. Ellis Wyatt
To find the private key for the names sequence, use the link bellow:
Then simply import it to a mobile wallet like Coinomi.
WHAT IF NO ONE SOLVES THE ENIGMA?
If no one solves the riddle by finding the 6 names until the expiration date (wich may be postponed), the whole value in the prize wallet will be raffled among addresses from wich there have been sent any transactions over 2,000 satoshis to the prize wallet.
A single address will be more likely to be drawn if it is the source of more transactions to the prize wallet, as long as each transaction is more than 2,000 satoshis.