Bitcoin prices over $60,000 have certainly caused a huge wave of joy in the cryptocurrency community. However, this success did not make the couple happy. They broke up after an argument over whether or not to sell bitcoins at such a high price.
The woman left the house to live with her sisters.
According to a post on Reddit, a user named Parking_Meater gave his specific testimony about how bitcoin (BTC) ended up hurting his marriage. His wife left him because he didn’t want to sell BTC when prices announced a new record.
In fact, Parking_Meater was caught by his wife when she added money to his bitcoin position. He described how the family’s situation deteriorated within minutes:
She just left to stay with her sisters. She’s super pissed that I didn’t sell for 60,000 and looks at the price and scolds me profusely. I keep telling him we don’t need money and we have it. We live well. But today she caught me buying gravy and she got so mad she almost hit me! She packed her bags and went to her sisters’ house. She told me not to talk to him.
So far, the Redditor has not disclosed the total amount of crypto sold in the infamous buy-and-buy operation that angered his wife.
Thestory drew more jokes than words from support
When BTC at 13. In March, the $60,000 mark was crossed, and the stock traded at $61,318. Since then, bitcoin has fallen more than 15 percent. As is often the case in discussions on Reddit, Parking_Meater’s story was not free of comments that mocked the situation.
A user advised him to save a few dollars for a divorce lawyer. Another even told him that the bitcoin moon could be an event for a women’s fair.
Although Parking_Meater ended his letter by asking the community to help him find a good place to pick up girls in his Lambo, no one seemed to read the sentence, as one user suggested.
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