Let’s say you store your Bitcoin wallet on an external hard drive rather than trust third-party wallet storage providers with your money. It’s an understandable choice. But how much trust do you have in the hard drive you’re using to store your digital wallet?
Imagine this. You watched the value of BTC climb higher and higher with dollar signs in your eyes as the coins you bought for hundreds of dollars climb to $10,000, and then to $15,000, and then to $18,000! But before you can even think about cashing out, your hard drive starts malfunctioning and clicking… and then it’s dead.
You’ve just gone from prince to pauper.
Or maybe you’re kicking yourself because you had a hard drive with your Bitcoin wallet that died a long time ago, back when Bitcoins were cheaper, and now that Bitcoin wallet you thought was lost forever has jumped in value exponentially.
You know that someday in the future, somebody can get your wallet back.
And that day in the future… is now.
Since Bitcoin was developed, Gillware has handled countless data recovery cases in which a client’s Bitcoin wallet was the most critical piece of data they needed back, if not among the most critical.
~ Cody Dorn, Data Recovery Engineer
Years before he came to Gillware, one of our guys here at Gillware dabbled in GPU Bitcoin mining himself toward the tail end of the period in which such mining was feasible. Unfortunately, he fell victim to hard drive failure, losing all of his Bitcoins in the process!
Fortunately, he found us, one of the best data recovery services providers in the US of A. Now he works for us to help other people avoid losing their Bitcoin wallets. And all he has to do now to recover his riches is find the HDD that had his wallet on it…
Does a dead hard drive have a death-grip on your Bitcoin wallet? You can count on the data recovery experts here in Gillware Data Recovery’s, world-class, secure data recovery lab. With a free evaluation and a financially risk-free guarantee, Gillware is your best bet to reclaim your lost wealth.
We’ve heard all kinds of stories of people going to the dump to dig for the hard drive that got thrown out. You name it, we’ve heard it–and we’re here to help.