Keith Mali, a bitcoin and crypto entrepreneur from Nigeria, has returned $80K in Bitcoin he received by mistake in his wallet.
Mali revealed that the huge crypto sum, which was 7.8 BTC (approximately $80K in USD) was transferred to his account by an anonymous sender who reached out to him after he put out the following comment on Twitter:
I received huge sum of BTC from an unknown sender and it’s definitely a mistake from someone I must have had transaction with before, Kindly DM me time of transaction, your adress and exact digits sent..
thank you. Kindly retweet
— Bitcoin Keith (The African Bitcoin Bull) (@BitcoinKeith) September 12, 2019
Keith would later post this reply:
In Africa, which Is where I am situated, 80% we transact Cryptos through WhatsApp escrows and someone who himself and I had business in the past made this huge mistake of sending 7.8BTC into my blockchain wallet. I spread the words round & he reached out.💝
— Bitcoin Keith (The African Bitcoin Bull) (@BitcoinKeith) September 13, 2019
Speaking on the impact of crypto and blockchain, the 28-year old Nigerian crypto educator and founder of LoopBlock Network Solutions, a company that provides blockchain services believes, said:
“Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and the blockchain technology is Africa’s best-bet to elevating poverty and escaping the corrupt system! Non-correlative and non asymmetric class of asset that will change our lives forever.”
Mali has been featured on Cointelegraph and his story is quickly gaining popularity in the bitcoin and crypto community who see this heroic act as good opportunity to bring more awareness about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
Mali is also the African ambassador for the Beaxy Crypto Exchange which has been celebrating Keith’s acts after the story came out.
Amazing display of kindness and goodwill from our African ambassador @BitcoinKeith by returning $80,000 worth of $BTC mistakenly sent to him. What a story and what great support from the community in helping him find the sender. https://t.co/8b4vkUsOHo
— Beaxy (@BeaxyExchange) September 14, 2019
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