A San Francisco man who lost the password to a thumb drive with $220 million worth of bitcoin inside says he has “made peace” with the misfortune.

Stefan Thomas has utilized 8 of the 10 endeavors permitted by a protected thumb drive to arrive at his 7,002 advanced tokens — which are presently worth almost $40,000 each and have been printing moguls left and right — and is no nearer to arriving at his assets.

In a meeting with KGO-TV, Thomas said he used to be “urgent” to get into his thumb drive, and that a likely loss of that greatness makes “you kind of inquiry your own self-esteem.”

In any case, throughout the long term, he has “made peace” with the misfortune, regardless of bitcoin’s worth taking off lately.

“It was really a huge achievement in my life where, similar to, I kind of acknowledged how I planned to characterize my self-esteem going ahead,” he said. “It would not have been about how much cash I have in my financial balance.”

Thomas, nonetheless, won’t the poorhouse at any point in the near future. The crypto devotee recently said he figured out how to clutch enough bitcoin “to give him a larger number of wealth than he realizes how to manage.”

One bitcoin was worth $36,477.21 Friday morning.