The Bitcoin price exceeding the $60,000 milestone has undoubtedly aroused great joy in the entire cryptocurrency world. However, this achievement did not bring happiness to a married couple who broke up after a dispute over whether to sell bitcoin at this price level.
Wife left home to live with sister
According to a post on Reddit, a user named “Parking_Meater” specifically explained how the Bitcoin (BTC) bull market ultimately hurt his marriage. His wife left the house because the price hit a record high at that time and he did not agree to sell BTC.
In fact, Parking_Meater was caught by his wife and added more money to his Bitcoin position. He detailed how the marital status deteriorated within a few minutes:
She just left to stay with her sisters. She was very angry because I didn’t sell at the price of 60k and often scolded me for the price. I keep telling her that we don’t need money, no cash. We are living very well. But today she asked me to buy the dipping sauce and was so angry that she almost beat me! Now she packs up and goes to live with her sisters. She said not to talk to her.
So far, Redditor has not disclosed the total number of cryptocurrencies traded in the infamous “buy low” transaction, which angered his wife.
Stories attract more jokes than supporting language
When BTC broke the $60,000 threshold on March 13, the quotes managed to exchange approximately $61,318. Since then, Bitcoin has plummeted by more than 15% since then. As usual, in most Reddit topics, the specific story of Parking_Meater is not exempt from comments about this situation.
One user suggested that he should “save a few seats for divorce lawyers.” Another even told him, “The flood of bitcoin may be a matter of changing his wife.”
Although Parking_Meater finally ended the brief testimony by asking the community for help in finding “a good place to pick up girls” in his Lambo, as one user suggested, no one seemed to have read this sentence.
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