Many early Bitcoin investors are in a painful predicament. They can’t remember the complex security codes they originally created to gain access to their Bitcoin wallet. Plus, there’s no way to reset the password if you forget, reports Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. But there’s hope on the horizon. South Carolina hypnotist James Miller has recently begun helping people recall forgotten passwords and find misplaced storage devices. “I’ve developed a collection of techniques,” he tells the newspaper, “that allow people to access older memories or see things they’ve put away in a stashed spot .”Miller charges one bitcoin plus 5 percent of the amount recovered for his services, although he says his rates are flexible.