It’s a hard rock life for one crypto user. A clumsy keystroke and the actions of a sniper bot caused a million dollar error on March 10.

A rock worth 444 Ether (ETH), or $1.2 million, was sold for 444 Wei ($0.0012) to a bot because the seller, DinoDealer, mixed up WEI and ETH. In a tweet, the seller said, “In one click, my entire ~$1 million dollar net worth is gone.”

DinoDealer’s new Twitter (NYSE:) photo with sad rocks and canceled rocks in the background. Source: TwitterScreenshots of the conversations DinoDealer had with “crypto customer service”. Source: TwitterRock bottom consolation for a million dollars. Source: Etherscan

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