Hypnotist Helping Recover Bitcoin


Talk about innovation and adapting to current trends, how about hypnosis? Not just ANY hypnosis, but a rather targeted segment which is……ta da……….cryptocurrency password recovery. Jason Miller, a certified professional hypnotist, has branched out to help people who may have set up a wallet sometime ago and have just realized their bitcoins have rocketed in value BUT can’t remember their wallet password. Oh snap! How do I get my “millions”? What to do? Well, you just call Jason and he hypnotizes you to recover that missing password. And, it can be done globally. Of course there is a fee (5% recovery fee) which is a bit steep, but better than 100% of nothing, right? Not a bad side business. Now, Jason is a hypnotist and probably not a devious entrepreneur, but maybe should think a bit BIGGER. Why not just hypnotize the person, get the password, wake the client up and say “sorry, just didn’t work” and get on the computer. Get the whole 100%. Just thinking.
(Bill Taylor/Managing Editor)

“Known for its volatility, bitcoin reached a record peak near $20,000 in mid-December. Today, the coin hovers just over $9,270, according to digital currency website CoinDesk.

Bitcoin’s value has prompted early buyers to check their digital wallets. But some are finding that they’ve forgotten old passwords. That’s where certified professional hypnotist Jason Miller comes in. For the price of half a bitcoin plus a 5 percent recovery fee, Miller claims that he can assist you in recalling your forgotten password from anywhere in the world, as long as you speak and understand English fluently.

The price was less steep for a Valentine’s Day special he had going: His services, which include three hypnosis sessions, cost just $1,500 plus 5 percent of the recovered cryptocurrency amount.

Miller, who is based in Greenville, South Carolina, tells CNBC Make It that he has been using hypnosis to help people achieve their goals for over 20 years. He received his professional hypnotist certification from the International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotherapists. To receive this designation, members must complete 64 hours of continuing education credit…”

Source: CNBC.com